Sleep Apnea

The medical definition of sleep apnea is a potentially serious sleep situation in which breathing repeatedly stops and starts. People with untreated sleep apnea stop breathing repeatedly during their sleep. This means the brain — and the rest of the body — may potentially not get enough oxygen.

Find out what the symptoms are and what can be done – besides sleeping with a CPAP mask on.

Sleep Apnea

B1 Deficiency, it mimics so many diseases

I have known B1 (thiamine) to be such an important vitamin.  It is so involved with your health.

But then I found an educational video by Dr. Eric Berg, D.C. about what a deficiency of B1 will do.   It is very informative.

I think with so many people depleting B1 by using caffeine, sugar, medical drugs, processed foods etc. etc.  that this is important to know.   I can affect the conditions such as  lack of tears, restless leg syndrome, sleep apnea, and even memory problems.   But, etc. etc. etc.

Here is the video:

B 1 Deficiency