Inflammation of the cranial nerves plays a large role in chronic mystery illness. As I always say, “mystery illness” is a much broader category than anyone realizes. We think that if a condition has a name—such as anxiety, fatigue, POTS, vertigo, Bell’s palsy, neuropathy, or ocular migraines—then it must not be a mystery to medical research and science. Anyone who has struggled with any chronic health issue knows this isn’t how it works. Being handed a label for your set of symptoms isn’t the same as receiving answers about why those symptoms are interrupting your life in the first place. Whether you’re living with a diagnosis, a misdiagnosis, or a nondiagnosis, there are answers to be found in getting to know your brain stem and your cranial nerves. It’s for this reason that I discuss cranial nerve inflammation, what causes that inflammation, and how to heal from this in detail in Medical Medium Brain Saver: Answers to Brain Inflammation, Mental Health, Brain Fog, Neurological Symptoms, ADHD, Anxiety, OCD, Depression, Heavy Metals, Epstein Barr, Seizures, Lyme, Addiction, Alzheimer’s, Autoimmune & Eating Disorders (on sale today for 42% off on Amazon) and Brain Saver Protocols, Cleanses & Recipes For Neurological, Autoimmune and Mental Health (on sale today for 50% off on Amazon).
Your cranial nerves include your vagus nerves, your trigeminal nerves, and your facial nerves, among many others. Your cranial nerves extend out of your brain stem, and many symptoms of chronic illness derive from these cranial nerves. If a cranial nerve is inflamed in any way—because of viral neurotoxins, chemical poisons and toxins such as toxic heavy metals, or even physical injury—then symptoms can occur. Your cranial nerves are also affected by what’s going on with your neurons. Symptoms can occur from compromised, contaminated, or inflamed neurons in the brain sending skewed, altered, or twisted messages to the brain stem and cranial nerves.
Symptoms of inflamed cranial nerves vary depending on which cranial nerves are inflamed and where on the nerves. Some of the symptoms these underlying causes of cranial nerve inflammation can result in include, for starters:
These and other symptoms of cranial nerve inflammation can either be caused by inflammation somewhere along the cranial nerve or by inflammation in the brain stem, where cranial nerves are attached. This doesn’t even cover the many different conditions, either.
So many people are experiencing some level of cranial nerve inflammation without knowing that the causes of this inflammation, which I cover in detail in Brain Saver, are the reason for their suffering. The answers for this, and how to heal, are now available and easily accessible for you in Brain Saver and Brain Saver Protocols, Cleanses & Recipes.
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This item posted: 27-Mar-2023
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