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rachellemarie
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Just recently, I started experiencing an all over internal body vibration when I am lying down.

Does anyone know what this is??

Sometimes it's a constant vibration, other times it pulses on and off. It's the craziest thing I've ever felt! Up to this point, my only symptom for the most part has only been fatigue.

Thoughts?!

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Bartonella. Levaquin stopped this the day I started it. Also could be sugar if you ate any. IMO

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Carol in PA
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I had internal vibrations too.
I began taking vitamins and minerals and they gradually let up.

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While this certainly is just part of having lyme, it can also be due to magnesium deficiency.

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=1;t=123746;p=0

Topic: MAGNESIUM LINKS sets
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Keebler
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And they way that lyme diminishes our body's ability to manage even normal body stressors. What helps:


http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/89790

Topic: NATURAL SLEEP & ADRENAL SUPPORT
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Pocono Lyme
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For me it's adrenal fatigue. It would come and go.

I'm now on HC for my adrenals and when I'm stressed and need more, it's not only internal vibrations but will cause trembling visible to others.

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steve1906
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Please read the post I just put out in Medical.

It's called (Neuroborreliosis - Vibrating - Crawling - Freezng or burning ETC.)

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rachellemarie
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What is HC Pocono?

Thanks all for the information!

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Pocono Lyme
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Sorry Rachellemarie. HC is hydrocortisone (Cortef) for adrenal fatigue. Helps tremendously with fatigue.

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9 But he said to me, �My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.� Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ�s power may rest on me.

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rachellemarie
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Oh ok, thanks! Yeah I've tried that several times and had no effect on my fatigue [Frown]
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Pocono Lyme
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May I ask how much you've taken? My first LLMD gave me 2.5 mg which did nothing.

It wasn't until this past year after seeing a bio-identical hormone doctor that I have made good strides in that area.

It is actually detrimental to the adrenals to do too low of a dose. I do on average 40 or so milligrams per day.

When controlled, I can do 15 mg in the morning, four hours later, 10, then 5 and either 2.5 or 5mg in the evening.

I am on thyroid meds so that requires higher dosing.

Have you had your thyroid labs checked?

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9 But he said to me, �My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.� Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ�s power may rest on me.

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I have had this internal whole body fluttering in 2 periods of a few days, very shaky inside and scary.

I had it for a some hours for the last few days.

I had just started magnesium glicinate as a supplement as recommended on this forum. The last time I had this bad symptom was when I started vitamin D3 supplements. My body did not like them, and whole body internal shakiness happened the same with the magnesium supps, for a few days.

Luckily I don't take a lot of herbs and no medicines, so I could figure out the cause.

The shakiness went away when I stopped the D3 a while back, and the magnesium the last 3 days. I tried to calm my system with some COQ10 and coconut milk, some carbs, and by taking chlorella to get rid of the obvious neurotoxins in my system.

It took several hours and a nap, but I am over it now.

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For me, it was parasites. I had lyme at one time and never had this symptom. But when our well water became contaminated with parasites two years ago, my nervous system broke down and I had terrible vibrating along with fatigue, brain fog, heart racing and shortness of breath. It is almost gone now that I have been taking the baby bottle chlorine dioxide protocol for 8 months.

If you want to research it, go to www.mmsautism.org

It is amazing. My entire family is on it and all are healing like never before.

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Any sort of attack on my nervous system will cause this. Better w/ treatment of various neuro pathogens.
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That's the beauty of CD. It kills almost all pathogens. That's why it is so much more effective than any protocol we have tried. That's why it can CURE autism when nothing in the past has done so at this level.
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Nancy L - your symptoms may have corresponded with the last full moon, when parasitic worms are more active. Many get more symptomatic at this time. Sounds crazy but research it and you will see it is real. Magnesium feeds worms. They love it.
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After 7 yrs I can finally attribute this when it shows up as an irritation of the CNS. I used to attribute it to bartonella only but now I can tell that is from neurotoxicity from treatment.
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CD57; I agree and have the same experience. Upped my candidas and parasite treatment protocol and lay in bed with inner vibrations. CNS is overly stimulated with toxins when this happens to me.
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Nancy L
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Thanks guys for all this good imput.

It did happen the last time during the last full moon, and stayed a few days, the longest yet.

I had no idea it could possibly be from parasitic worms. Was thinking just lyme bacteria flare or the magnesium.

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Parasites and mineral imbalances did it to me. They get all our nutrients, so you have to kill them. They are there even if you can't see them.

Visit THE PARASITE WARRIOR'S SUPPORT THREAD for more info.

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