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Arms go numb at night

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by GoldFishie, Dec 4, 2013.

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  1. GoldFishie

    GoldFishie New Member

    My arm/s have gone numb at night for years now (very disruptive to sleep) and I found that if I eliminated salt, it ceased. Since hammering 2+ gallons RO water daily I decided to add salt back and my historically high creatinine and eGFR have normalized but the Sodium & Chloride are low (132 & 92 respectively) and yes, the numbness persists. BUN/creat. = 18 Did not run calcitriol this time but historically high.

    I have not run an ASI in a while but tend towards low cortisol/low DHEA. Latest blood lab DHEA-S 54.

    I want the night time numbness to cease but feel that some sodium is good for adrenal funx. Is the low sodium/chloride cause for concern?

    Thank you, Dr. Kruse. You certainly have rocked my world! Let your light continue to shine, my brother~

  2. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Numbness at night might be due to two different issues......one is a poor DC current. 2. might be disc disease in neck I think an MRI on the cervical spine with your doc would rule one out and allow you to focus on the other.
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