Is this the reason why you have insomnia?

Posted on: May 14th, 2015 by Dr. Joel No Comments

Insomnia can be caused by an “Auto-Immune” Condition

An autoimmune condition is where your immune system is attacking a part of your body, and in your case, it is most likely attacking multiple systems in your body including your thyroid gland, adrenal gland, nerves, joints and muscles. Maybe even your brain!

This maybe why you suffer with insomnia, and maybe suffer with constant pain and chronic fatigue also.

Let’s start with your thyroid, because it controls ALL OF your body’s metabolism, and the #1 cause of low thyroid in the U.S. is a condition known as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis (aka. autoimmune thyroid).

Your immune system is attacking and killing your thyroid. You don’t have just a “thyroid” problem; you have an “immune” problem!

Unfortunately, thyroid hormones do nothing for this autoimmune attack. You will continue to lose more and more of your thyroid by taking the medications. It is a slow, progressive, downward slide.

So the problem isn’t just your thyroid if you are fatigued, or your adrenal glands if you are not sleeping, or your joints, nerves and muscles if you are in pain or suffering with numbness, tingling and burning: it is your immune system.

You have an immune system problem, and you need to heal your immune system. The problem is…medicine has no clue on how to heal your immune system!

Now, the problem with an autoimmune condition is that it doesn’t attack just one area of your body–it can attack multiple areas of your body.

It can attack your thyroid, causing extreme fatigue; your pancreas, causing diabetes; your nerves causing numbness, pain, tingling or burning…it can attack your gut (Leaky Gut Syndrome), your stomach lining, (causing IBS), or it can attack your joints (rheumatoid arthritis).

Anyone of the above, or several combined could be responsible for your insomnia.

It can attack your entire body! You need to be tested to see if you are having an autoimmune condition, to determine if that is what is causing your insomnia.

You need to find the root cause of your insomnia.

The only way to know is to run the tests!

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