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@medee I wish someone could explain why her symptoms are so much worse at night while we sleep. I’m guessing it’s the autonomic nervous system I just don’t understand why it would worsen at night.

The immune system may be more active at night.

"Researchers have found that during nightly sleep, certain components of the immune system rev up. For example, there is an increased production of cytokines associated with inflammation." (from sleepfoundation.org)


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@mike411 so I was wondering if you or anyone else has ever heard of having EXTREME and I mean extreme dry skin? No matter what I do my whole body is extremely dry and flaky skin it’s horrible. 

are you taking omega 3 supplements? getting enough unsaturated fats? my skin got drier shortly after going on the statin and had to up my omega 3 and is ok now. could be digestive imbalance from inflammation and you might have to go higher on fats than was ok in the past


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@medee I wish someone could explain why her symptoms are so much worse at night while we sleep. I’m guessing it’s the autonomic nervous system I just don’t understand why it would worsen at night.

The immune system may be more active at night.

"Researchers have found that during nightly sleep, certain components of the immune system rev up. For example, there is an increased production of cytokines associated with inflammation." (from sleepfoundation.org)

So how do I fix this? It used to get cold with chsst tightness during Jan-Mar and now it has started to turn hot with tightness.

I did 10 HBOTs, felt better for just 2 weeks or so and it again started turning cold and then moved to hot.

It really scary. Also I can't breathe and get bad palps


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@mountainmama: Thank you so much for your response. It’s strange that tinnitus seems to be the side effect that appears to be permanent for most people. I’ll continue to hold out hope that it will resolve eventually (or become basically unnoticeable). Best wishes and thanks again. 


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@medee I wish someone could explain why her symptoms are so much worse at night while we sleep. I’m guessing it’s the autonomic nervous system I just don’t understand why it would worsen at night.

The immune system may be more active at night.

"Researchers have found that during nightly sleep, certain components of the immune system rev up. For example, there is an increased production of cytokines associated with inflammation." (from sleepfoundation.org)

So how do I fix this? It used to get cold with chsst tightness during Jan-Mar and now it has started to turn hot with tightness.

I did 10 HBOTs, felt better for just 2 weeks or so and it again started turning cold and then moved to hot.

It really scary. Also I can't breathe and get bad palps

Interesting that hyperbaric oxygen therapy seemed to help, even if it was temporary. Some people may have more than 10 sessions - do not know what the risk-benefit analysis would be.

Based on this, it could be that symptoms are linked to lower than usual oxygen levels. This may happen to some people with long covid also. May be hard to do deep breathing exercises, if that would help at all.

@carym23 had a suggestion below to try to buy a pulse oximeter online to get a rough measure of your oxygen levels at different times. Maybe you could then take this information to a cardiologist or other doctor.

It seems the best thing might be to try to find a cardiologist or other doctor who will take the symptoms seriously and accept that you do not want to take further medication for this, since medication seemed to make it worse in the past. If there is not a good doctor in your area, maybe through telemedicine?

I'd be tempted to contact a functional medicine doctor like Dr. Galland, who may have worked with some patients with vaccine injuries, and ask his advice or ask his office who to contact for advice:

https://drgalland.com/contact/

Also, if symptoms at night are linked to higher levels of inflammatory cytokines at night, then lifestyle methods to decrease inflammation should be relevant: an anti-inflammatory diet and maybe some anti-inflammatory and/or other supplements (maybe magnesium, b vitamin complex?). Not sure if intermittent fasting has helped some people. Can't really give medical advice, but maybe a functional medicine doctor could advise?

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@medee It's just a thought because you mentioned chest tightness which can come from respiratory system. You can easily purchase a pulse oximeter at a pharmacy or Amazon. they are easy to use and give you a reading of your blood oxygenation and heart rate.  

 


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@medee I wish someone could explain why her symptoms are so much worse at night while we sleep. I’m guessing it’s the autonomic nervous system I just don’t understand why it would worsen at night.

The immune system may be more active at night.

"Researchers have found that during nightly sleep, certain components of the immune system rev up. For example, there is an increased production of cytokines associated with inflammation." (from sleepfoundation.org)

So how do I fix this? It used to get cold with chsst tightness during Jan-Mar and now it has started to turn hot with tightness.

I did 10 HBOTs, felt better for just 2 weeks or so and it again started turning cold and then moved to hot.

It really scary. Also I can't breathe and get bad palps

Interesting that hyperbaric oxygen therapy seemed to help, even if it was temporary. Some people may have more than 10 sessions - do not know what the risk-benefit analysis would be.

Based on this, it could be that symptoms are linked to lower than usual oxygen levels. This may happen to some people with long covid also. May be hard to do deep breathing exercises, if that would help at all.

@carym23 had a suggestion below to try to buy a pulse oximeter online to get a rough measure of your oxygen levels at different times. Maybe you could then take this information to a cardiologist or other doctor.

It seems the best thing might be to try to find a cardiologist or other doctor who will take the symptoms seriously and accept that you do not want to take further medication for this, since medication seemed to make it worse in the past. If there is not a good doctor in your area, maybe through telemedicine?

I'd be tempted to contact a functional medicine doctor like Dr. Galland, who may have worked with some patients with vaccine injuries, and ask his advice or ask his office who to contact for advice:

https://drgalland.com/contact/

Also, if symptoms at night are linked to higher levels of inflammatory cytokines at night, then lifestyle methods to decrease inflammation should be relevant: an anti-inflammatory diet and maybe some anti-inflammatory and/or other supplements (maybe magnesium, b vitamin complex?). Not sure if intermittent fasting has helped some people. Can't really give medical advice, but maybe a functional medicine doctor could advise?

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@medee It's just a thought because you mentioned chest tightness which can come from respiratory system. You can easily purchase a pulse oximeter at a pharmacy or Amazon. they are easy to use and give you a reading of your blood oxygenation and heart rate.  

 

I don't know any doctor at all who can help me. Infact they don't even seem to bother if I live or die the moment I tell them I'm injured by the V.

I'll email Dr. Galland and see if I get a response. Thank you for your help. I am really panicking with this symptom. This ones too odd and scary. 

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@jenpetrillo Hi, I know this is an old post but I just received my first Covid vaccine a month ago and I have been experiencing the same thing. It is only when I’m driving. It literally feels like I’m going to pass out and I get very dizzy and shaky. It almost feels like I’m getting a random drop in my blood sugar but I’m not diabetic. It has been really frustrating. Did it ever get better and were you able to figure out what was going on?


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Hi , anyone here with vision issues?


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Posted by: @carym23

@medee I wish someone could explain why her symptoms are so much worse at night while we sleep. I’m guessing it’s the autonomic nervous system I just don’t understand why it would worsen at night.

The immune system may be more active at night.

"Researchers have found that during nightly sleep, certain components of the immune system rev up. For example, there is an increased production of cytokines associated with inflammation." (from sleepfoundation.org)

If you are unable to sleep, take 1/8th teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of water.  This has helped calm the inflammation in my gut at night (where much of the immune system operates).


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Update: My allergy medication called Xyzal is helping me.  I sort of discovered this by accident.

Last year, of course I tried allergy medications but none of them really made a difference.

This year, Xyzal is making a difference.  It could be that I switched to name brand.  It could also be that I am taking it almost everyday this year and last year I was not.


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New Dr. Been video:

"Second Follow-up Patient Interview - Neurological Issues After Vaccination"

"Today we will interview Shaun Barcavage. He is an amazing healthcare professional. He has been struggling with neurological issues since his vaccination. Shaun has graciously agreed to share his journey with us."

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Bmg758Cgdo

@medee

Among the comments to this video someone said:

“Blessed I was born in India … where ayurvedic medicine cure my injury soon.”

Couldn't you contact this man?

I believe that most comments are posted by good people, who are interested in the content in the video and have a lot of information about the theme, so many are credible.

It is the 56th comment (omitting responses to comments).


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Something interesting, I do not know if it has been mentioned on the forum:

https://store.drjockers.com/products/immune-injury-support-pack

It is not advertising, obviously, I think it is interesting what remedies are proposed and they can be found also at other manufacturers, if they seem useful to be tried.


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@mike411 I take omega3 but maybe I’ll up them, and I take a probiotic and enzymes each day. Thank you for your reply. I’ve heard some strange side effects that people are having lately. Some people have lost their hair, so sad. I’m not on any other websites so I only hear what people suffer on here. Take care.


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@50yofemale    Sorry for the late response,  Maybe it is my brain fog,  but i find in hard to navigate this VEDA forum.    I cannot tell if I am getting better slowly, or just getting use to  it slowly.    But still not remidies.    Best wishes to you


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@mike411 I am finding collagen supplements have really helped my dry skin 


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