Friday, May 30, 2014

Stress and sleep disorder

A woman in her early forties came to see me with severely aching legs that had “always been a problem since about 11 yrs of age” and that doctors could not help and were unable to diagnose a cause or treatment plan, other than constant use of pain killers to enable her to get some sleep at night. 

She also had had a car accident at about 13 (ran over her legs on soft ground). The pain was constant and the only way she could sleep at night was to rest her legs up against the wall for 30-40 mins, which would provide some relief allowing about an hour’s sleep, before she would have to go through the routine again.  No much sleep for years really.

Bowen helped to some degree, but it wasn’t until I put her onto minerals in January 2013 that I noticed a marked improvement.  It was slow at first and I assured her that if she stuck with it, it should help improve her aching legs and therefore her ability to sleep.  Since taking the minerals she noticed improvement in things I didn’t expect.  Her eczema improved and she stopped biting her nails

More importantly her muscle pain receded and her sleeping vastly improved.  Within twelve months she was sleeping at least 7-8 hours a night.  She no longer had to put her legs up against the wall and pain medication is now seldom required.  She can leave off the minerals for longer periods, so she can now see the future being consistently pain free, with quality sleep.  The minerals will always be there if needed, but she will no longer be reliant on them like she was on the drugs.


In cases of chronic illness it takes longer to rebuild and purify the system.  This client is in her 40s and has suffered for over 30 years, so the process has taken longer than usual. While it has taken over a year to gain these results, it is the first time she has been able to sleep properly. She will not have to take the minerals ‘for the rest of her life’.  They are natural to the body and do not interfere with any medications. I’ve also noted her skin is now markedly brighter, ‘fresher’ and more luminous.  Her voice is stronger and more ‘determined’, as is her manner, which was highly likely due to long term sleep deprivation. 
It is worth mentioning that in some cases (not this client), if any mineral deficiency is severe enough for long enough, it can actually impact on manner and personality, such as someone being a procrastinator, or having a fear of failure, or even setting self imposed restrictions or barriers.

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