have you had brain trauma, like concussion etc? My sleep got bad at some point and I hacked it with more sunlight during the day and less blue light at night — switched to incandescent and infrared bulbs at home and my displays and eat enough tryptophan to produce melatonin. I did not like chicken but it really made a difference.
lbzglyjyxhkuyitboxb For sleep you can try drinking before going to 🛏 warm water, Apple cider vinegar, honey. It doesn't work for me anymore for some reason, but when it worked it was amazing, I would fall asleep quickly, and wake up so full of energy that it was impossible to stay in bed even for a minute 😄
nxxhkqljk I hope so. I wouldn’t be so reductionist, if I hadn’t tried so many different things. But the author of this book strongly argues that just one undetected food allergy can have a huge impact on wellbeing.
Basically I woke up feeling awful last week, and saw a Facebook ad written by a guy who said he was doing everything right in terms of fitness, meditation, diet, and still felt terrible… and THEN went on a quest…
Unaware of her caffeine allergy, Ruth continued ingesting caffeinated products for the next 25 years. Her physical and mental health deteriorated, and in 1999 she was diagnosed with personality disorder and bipolar disorder, which resulted in her being committed to a locked ward.
Finally, a wise doctor diagnosed her with caffeine allergy. Her story inspired her to write Welcome to the Dance Caffeine Allergy — A Masked Cerebral Allergy and Progressive Toxic Dementia.
Hey folks, Not sure where I should put this since there are no dedicated channel...but I'm looking for a guide regarding health, medication and insurance in Asia. There are prescription drugs to prevent diseases like malaria. I can buy some in France before I move in but can't buy for the whole year I'm staying at once. Any idea on how do you deal with this stuff ?
I agree there. The only drug for malaria that doesn't have crazy side effects is Malarone, but it's spendy. I'd get some of that, and also know that it can cure malaria if you get it diagnosed quickly, and just keep that aside in case. But... that's me
Thanks ! I'm moving to Chiang Maï first and there should be no risks there. But I will probably get adventurous in Myanmar/Burma where it's listed as a potential risk. So just want to get precautious here. I do not intent to take a pill a day for 1 entire year. Only when needed of course. I was not sure about the ability to provide myself with preventing drugs in Chiang Mai
also, caffeine is a stimulant. It makes sense that it triggers/exacerbates psychosis (it has for me). even when you don’t “feel” the caffeine, it probably is still having physiological effects. I would be cautious listening to anyone suggesting it especially for what you seem to be dealing with - ESPECIALLY fucking David Asprey (he recommends drinking coffee every day? no way…. does he sell it or something?)