Question by DB on 10/14/2007
as I'm off the phone...last time for 3 days. I went to bed too late on
the 4th and couldn't sleep again. how can i build it back up if its not calcification what else can it be He said its something physical...not flouride poisoning either...he's usually right on!!! I've had YEARS of insomnia...sometimes not sleeping for months !! its
horrible!! I'll look more on the site: Thanks
Replied by Ted (Bangkok, Thailand)
it. If you don't think this is a problem, then it's heavy metals. However, if pineal gland is not functioning, the melatonin, which controls the sleep can be problematic. The accumulation of both calcium and fluoride will cause
physical damage to the glandular tissues. Other possibilities to consider acidosis, if the urine pH is below 6.5, that's a problem that can lead to sleepiness. A damaged hypothalamus, might cause it, but it controls mostly emotion, and hunger. Certain amino acid imbalance can also lead to sleeplessness. And amino acid supplements can help, but this might affect the pineal gland functioning just the same. It seems you respond well to sound therapy, as evidenced by telephone healing you mentioned. If your friend are familiar with it, which he is, he can prepare a sample of your voice (30 seconds to 1 minute normal conversational talk) and breakdown the sound into a spectrum (from 0 Hz to 5000 Hz) to determine what specific mineral, or nutrition is lacking or too much of, using a simple computer software. The frequencies that is lacking will show off as a trough when we look into the sound spectrum, and shows as spikes if it is toxic. The corresponding frequency is correlated against the atomic weights to find an appropriate nutrition that is lacking or in excess found in the database of nutritional molecular weight database. Of course the sound therapy is not popular, perhaps because people in this field are secretive. But my own experience is people don't seem to be interested in this field and hence, I decided not to pursue those because of the present existing problems in sound therapy. The field is quite interesting and has been used quite successfuly in stopping copper poisoning, extreme bone fracture and even regeneration of vocal cards from their surgery.