Pyroluria insomnia

One biochemical cause of anxiety is a controversial and understudied condition which has significant implications in the treatment of anxiety; pyroluria. First discovered in the 1950’s by Dr. Abram Hoffer, pyroluria is a genetic condition of altered hemoglobin breakdown, resulting in a depletion of vitamin B6..

Individuals with pyroluria, loosely called pyrolurics, will notice marked benefit with the protocol in about 6 weeks. ... She described herself as always uptight, perfectionist, unable to relax, mild insomnia, easily startled, worrier. She remembers being this way most of her life, although her anxiety seems to be getting worse over the past. Pyroluria is a disorder with numerous symptoms including migraines, fatigue, food sensitivities, insomnia and poor morning appetite. It has also been linked to loss of libido, mood swings, sensitivity to smells and sounds, hyperactivity, hypoglycemia, and overeating, just to name a few.

Insomnia. Irregular periods (female) Irritability. Lack of dream recall. Poor hair growth or loss of hair color. Poor learning ability. Poor memory. Poor sense of taste and smell. Poor tolerance for alcohol or drugs. Schizophrenia. Seizures. Strange body odor. Stretch marks. Tingling hands. Wake up with nausea. Water retention. Weak immune ....




Histapenia. (high blood serum copper/low histamine, less than 40 mcg/dl). (Today histadelia is often called over-methylation) People with histapenia were said to be paranoid and suspicious.. The bugs in us feel attacked and are producing more biotoxins than they ever did, and this is causing the autism, the symptoms of Lyme disease, the neurological diseases, learning disabilities, dyslexia, MS, ALS, Parkinsons, brain degeneration, short-term memory loss, hyperactivity and insomnia that we all have.

This questionnaire will help you identify whether you might have pyroluria. The physical and emotional symptoms below are caused by deficiencies of vitamin B 6 and zinc..

Perimenopause and menopause: low GABA, pyroluria and the adrenals. As you go into perimenopause and menopause you don’t have to settle for increased anxiety, dull moods,.