Sleep Apnea

Sleep apnea affects 4% of the population. Commonly called Obstructive Sleep Apnea Hypopnea Syndrome (OSAHS). More than 400,000 people wear a mask at night to avoid sleep apnea while sleeping, but 30% refuse or can’t use this device. Hence the interest in developing new techniques.

This syndrome manifest by frequent interruptions in breathing with breaks that last between 10 to 30 seconds or more and that can occur up to hundred times a night. They are due to partial obstructions of the respiratory ducts of the back of the throat during sleep. Sleep apnea affects the quality of life. It can socially handicap those who have it.

This reduction in ventilation leads to a lack of oxygenation of the blood. The brain reacts to hypoxia to resume breathing, waking the person up. These awakenings are very short, we call them micro-awakenings. Sleep is therefore of poor quality and accompanied by snoring.

We can quantify the importance of sleep apnea in a number of apneas: or hypopneas per night of sleep.

  • Light when between 5 and 15 apneas
  • Moderate when between 16 and 30 apneas
  • Severe when beyond 30 apneas

It has been shown that this sleep apnea was multi-factorial. Our approach is at the level of the information, to restore vita currents disturbed.

There are 3 main levels:
1- Bulbar cardiorespiratory center
2- Swallowing – Phonation
3- Breathing in and out, or non-integrated expiration

1- The bulbar cardiorespiratory center: 

Our experimentation began with regulating the bulbar cardiorespiratory center. This protocol alone has produced excellent and sufficient results for some (refer to study.) For others, it was necessary to add a specific sequence swallowing/phonation. Finally, for the last group of people, it was necessary to stimulate the inspiration or expiration breathing.

We use a specific Nutripuncture sequence to activate the vital currents of the bulbar cardiorespiratory center

2- Swallowing and phonation:

The above protocol is the one used in the study made by the center of research and documentation of Donzères (France). Given the excellent results of this first protocol, we wanted to perfect it by regulating two important parameters: respiration and swallowing phonation.

It is obvious that a good swallowing is a necessary element to support a good opening of the muscles of the palate thus putting the tongue in high position. Assessing a dysfunction of swallowing is easy: just ask the patient to swallow several times and test with yin yang. If the person is yin-yang negative it reveals a disturbance of swallowing.

Another approach is to ask the patient to say vowels (a,e, i,o,u…) and consonants (p,q,t,…) and check yin-yang.

We use a specific Nutripuncture sequence to activate the vital currents of  Swallowing /phonation

By taking these polymetallic blends makes it possible to induce an improvement in swallowing. (the person feels the change in the tongue position and better swallowing. Vowels and consonants are brighter).

3- Breathing in and breathing out:

The third step, if necessary, is to demonstrate a respiratory disturbance, either in inspiration or in expiration that may impact the bulbar cardiorespiratory center.

We use a specific Nutripuncture sequence to activate the vital currents of the Inspiration Apnea and Expiration Apnea

Using a medical device for sleep apnea may induce some disturbance:

If the use of a continuous positive airway pressure device allows a better oxygenation of the brain, it induces at the same time disturbances of some vital currents. It is, therefore, necessary to restore them with a specific sequence. To check if there is a disturbance, put the device on and check if cellular communication is impaired.
We use a specific Nutripuncture sequence to restore induced by the medical device

Renting such device cost about 200 € on average per quarter.

Sleep apnea: Clinical Observation

A clinical observation now supports the benefits of using “Nutri” polymetallic blends as a solution against the severity and extent of this condition. It highlights the relationships between the cardiorespiratory center and the environment, and the importance of balance and regulation of the terrain, in a context where the usual treatments do not prevent relapses.

The study was carried out by Donzère Research and Documentation Center on 10 volunteers suffering from sleep apnea for more than 3 months. They did not present any psychiatric issues, and did not take any treatment, nor antidepressant nor neuroleptic that could influence the results of the study. All followed and completed the protocol until the end, during 2 months by Chew 10 nutri 2 times a day outside meals and in the specific indicated order.

Interviews and clinical examinations, carried out every 15 days, made it possible to follow the evolution of the subjects and to verify the effective compliance of the protocol and resulted in  90% improvement of severe cases, 60% improvement in average cases ( based on a polysomnography test)

Nutri is a range of 40 products based on a combination of micro-dosed polymetallic complexes. They have been designed to promote cellular balance and strengthen the body against the stimuli and aggressions of the environment. Apnea is often linked to environmental causes.

The results obtained by the protocol strengthen the legitimacy of Nutri to help the body cope with environmental aggressions, and regulate the functioning of cellular exchanges in general. They have no side effects or contraindications