The most important nutrient for our brain.
Happy Monday Tribe!
Just a friendly reminder. I am no longer in my mission valley office and full time in pacific beach!
In pacific beach, I do NOT have staff any longer. I will be giving the front desk at the office my schedule each day so that if you are waiting they know to inform me.
If my door is NOT open, I am with a patient. If it’s open, I’m not and you can come on in, unless I come get you.
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Thanks for being awesome guys!
I hope you enjoyed last week’s topic about wireless radiation and 5G. If you missed it make sure to re-catch in through my blog on my website. It’s a very important topic!
This week I want to talk about the MOST important nutrient needed for the brain to function.
It’s something that’s all around…. most don’t realize they are deficient in it.
You can’t eat it. You can’t touch it….
Have you guessed it?!
I recently did a talk for one of my favorite non profits Beyond Concussion, and realized. that I talked all about the cranial system, nerves, brain and forgot the most important point of healing: OXYGEN.
Wow. (palm to head).
Well.. even I forget sometimes!
Oxygen is VITAL. we know this.
However, this being said. How many people walking around have oxygen depletion?
A good amount actually.
The brain uses about 3 times as much oxygen than the muscles in the body do. Because they use so much, they are most sensitive to any oxygen level changes and doesn’t survive or function very well without it.
When brain cells are depleted of oxygen, they die due to increased acidosis, they can begin to die off in as little as 5 minutes!
Oxygen in the brain is vital to growth and healing. It’s also vital to energy production. Oxygen is delivered through the blood, and through a process called cellular respiration. The brain uses more energy than any other organ, so it makes sense as to why it needs the most oxygen.
I’d say honestly speaking the MOST impactful thing I do in my care is increase oxygen in the brain and body.
Whenever there is an impedance in the cranial bones movement, this means their will be depletion in the oxygen available. You see, the movement of the cranial bones is vital, we need that movement for the blood circulation so oxygen can come in and be utilized.
So the first way the brain doesn’t get oxygen is improper movement within the bones of the head. When this pattern persists, the individual will grow into those patterns, and then create actual airway issues within the bone structure.
This means the nasal floor can have issues causing oxygen depletion, then down the throat if there’ any impedance can cause issues with airway as well.
Having a narrow palate is a home run for oxygen depletion. It’s very common. It usually happens from birth trauma, but can have other causes.
Sleep apnea, is growing more and more recognition mainly because more and more are recognizing its severity. Its not really just a matter of wearing a mask and you’re fine. Oxygen depletion is a big deal. HUGE. Decreasing your brain function, also a HUGE stress on the heart, and many other organs. Again oxygen is a BIG deal.
Anyone who’s had any head trauma has experienced this. A depletion of oxygen causes many issues for those with whiplash, concussion or anything even minor that happens to the brain.
What are some signs of oxygen depletion?
– Clenching/Grinding of teeth
-Dark circles underneath the eyes or around them
– memory isn’t as great
-irregular heart beat – slow or fast
-lots of teeth infections (microbes loves not having oxygen)
-lots of infections in general
How do we enhance our brain’s ability to have more oxygen?
1. Of course the first way is getting system moving! So Craniopathy care is needed to get everything back in balance.
2. Sometimes dental co-management is necessary. Tongue tie or maxillary expansion is a key component.
3. Sometimes sinus surgery is also necessary ( mainly adults). Since oxygen is super important, you have to make sure all airways are clear.
4. Certain supplements can also help transport oxygen, but most won’t work well until the cranial system is balanced. I like using ginko and some others.
5. Hyperbaric oxygen is a great way or live O2 (oxygen mask), to get it directly into the brain.
A common thing most patients say after treatment is : WOW I can breathe!!
We take it for granted when we can’t efficiently get oxygen. But DON’T.
If you can’t breathe through your nose, even through sleep your oxygen deficient.
Don’t be a statistic. There’s answers for help!