Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) and its two divisions: the sympathetic and parasympathetic.

Our practices are filled with patients regardless of chief complaint, who have digestive problems, poor immune response and slow healing. They do not rest well and are unable to get adequate amounts of sleep. Those are signs of Sympathetic Exhaustion.

For tissues to respond to Sympathetic stimulation, calcium must be present in adequate amounts in the extracellular fluid(ECF).


Symptoms Commonly Associated with Calcium Deficiency

  1. History of bone disorders, spurs, osteoporosis, etc.
  2. Muscle Soreness, weakness, and cramps.
  3. Frequent symptoms of irritability and anxiety.
  4. Restlessness, including restless legs at night.
  5. Low back pain, weak joints and ligaments, and fallen arches.

If there is a relative intracellular increase in potassium over calcium due to a calcium/protein deficiency in the ECF, the patient complains of excessive symptoms of an inappropriate need for rest, the inability to heal or recuperate, and reproductive problems.

In our present society, long-term stress reactions result from any form of stress-visceral, structural, or emotional. When the brain sends the signal without adequate nutrition, tissue cannot respond appropriately and symptoms appear.