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Circadian hack on seizures we've been doing is mimicking this paper.

Discussion in 'The Kruse Longevity Center' started by Jack Kruse, Apr 25, 2019.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The recent research cited here below suggests that identifying seizure activity in the sleep/wake cycle which are controlled by the circadian mechanism built around AM sunlight and no artificial light at night. It is clear that addressing those LIGHT patterns can be helpful in reducing seizures. Interestingly, light is also mentioned as successful interventions in this paper. It seems people are waking up. Focusing on the functional medicine paradigm of adrenals/addressing infections/ supporting adrenal/mitochondria function during the day IS JUST NOT CLOSE TO ENOUGH. The key is LIGHT and supporting sleep at night with blood sugar balancing by AM light and no ALAN, automatically builds the liver circadian clock mechanism to support optimization of health can also restore the body's sleep/wake cycle because this is what optimizes AM melatonin creation in the eye to restore mitochondrial function day and night. https://sciencetrends.com/promise-of-chronotherapy-for-improving-seizure-control-in-epilepsy/
  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    sleep/wake cycle are controlled by the circadian mechanism built around AM sunlight and no artificial light at night
    recoen and Sajid Mahmood like this.

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