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Do Statin Drugs Cause Neurological Disasters? - Lesson #47

Do Statin Drugs Cause Neurological Disasters?

Is there an Antidote for Statin Damage?

Glycoscience Lesson #47

by JC Spencer

A neuron storm of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, ALS, MS, Huntington’s and other neurological complexities is sweeping the country. Is this neuron storm the effect of statin drugs?

32 Million on Statin Drugs - Going for 64 Million Some 32 million Americans pop statin drugs like expensive candy. Statins work in the liver to reduce the production of cholesterol. The question we must ask is, "AT WHAT COST?"

Evidence sustains what we believed for a long time; that statin drugs trigger neurological consequences that are killing people. On the one hand, high cholesterol is dangerous and on the other hand, statins may be even more dangerous. There are other proven methods to achieve lower cholesterol without drugs that do not have harmful side effects.

Statin drugs often trigger opposite responses in different people. This non-specific science is the manifestation of drugs designed to provide a benefit for a specific disease but unleashes a myriad of side effects that are not beneficial. Studies show that statin drugs damage neurons, hinder sleep, cause fatigue, neuropathy, burning, numbness, tingling, muscle wasting, reduced testosterone levels, cause cognitive problems, behavior (including irritability and aggression). They may reduce risk of ischemic strokes while increasing the risk of hemorrhagic strokes, or bleeding into the brain. Statins also increase or decrease aggression. Who knows all the damage they are causing?

Cholesterol is vitally important and may not be the problem. High cholesterol was considered anything over 250 but apparently that was not selling enough drugs, so 200, then 190 became the new "high". New guidelines in 2013 were projected to double the number of people on statins.

Cholesterol is Your Hormone Precursor Cholesterol is the precursor for your hormones and to tamper with your endocrine system can be deadly. Viscosity of cholesterol is where the danger lies. HDL (healthy) has a lower viscosity and flows more easily through your blood stream. LDL (lethal) has a higher viscosity and can block the capillaries.

Glycoscience shows us that an abundance of glycans and glycoproteins provide a slippery coating for blood cells and lining of some 100,000 miles of passageways throughout the human body. In addition to helping resurface the piping, Smart Sugars can actually participate in lowering cholesterol viscosity while helping maintain its integrity. But, that’s another lesson.

Read more at http://endowmentmed.org
Type "statin" into the internal source engine for dozens of related lessons.

Source and References:

http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/do-statins-produce-neurological-effects/?WT.mc_id=SA_DD_20160711

Estimated 32 million Americans take statin drugs
http://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/statin-use-is-up-cholesterol-levels-are-down-are-americans-hearts-benefiting-201104151518

CNN Report to double need for statin drugs
http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/12/health/cholesterol-guidelines/index.html

Expand Your Mind - Improve Your Brain
http://endowmentmed.org/content/view/826/106/

Change Your Sugar, Change Your Life
http://DiabeticHope.com

Glycoscience Lesson #47
http://GlycoscienceNEWS.com/pdf/Lesson47.pdf

http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=JC_Spencer

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Last Updated ( Sep 28, 2016 at 05:26 PM )