Synthesis of My Previous Two Posts: An Explanation for the Recent Adult "SIDS"
Sympathetic Overdrive and Catecolamine Surge During Sleep
I wanted to provide this additional post tonight. Please read the following page. I will write a more detailed explanation. However, if you read this page, I am quite certain you will understand what I believe is happening. It is both extremely logical - and extremely terrifying. I will also be working on what we can do to combat this, if it proves true.
Two major pathological neurological states of the Spike Protein converge - while we sleep. This. THIS, is what I believe is causing the recent epidemic of what has been called “Adult SIDS.”
Sleep, dreams, and sudden death: the case for sleep as an autonomic stress test for the heart
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I don't know how you find these papers, but thank you. This makes sense for babies as well as adults. If there are amyloid clots blocking arteries, this is another mechanism of injury, caused by the body's own physiological changes during sleep.
Fascinating read. Now I'm wondering about the role of melatonin ... seemingly contradictory?
New 11-04-2022 - https://wmcresearch.substack.com/p/friday-hope-melatonin-supresses-catecholamine
More to consider and think about