According to medical reference books, vascular dystonia is a consequence of disorders of the autonomic nervous system. But we now know that the roots of the disease nest a little deeper.
Free radicals, as we know, first of all violate the permeability of capillaries, ie, the blood supply to peripheral tissues, where, in fact, arranged cells of the autonomic nervous system, causing oxygen starvation in them. Nervous tissue is a very delicate thing, and it suffering from hypoxia in the first place.
You probably remember that nerve cells do not regenerate? So, of course they are restored, although not as easily as other cells of tissues and organs, but in violation of the blood supply the function of the nervous tissue is broken in the first place. And for the rehabilitation of the autonomic nervous system, apart from providing oxygen, is necessary to provide the supply of building materials, including these for the production of such specific substances as myelin.
Myelin is contained in the sheath of nerve fibers and provides their electrical insulation. The myelin sheath is composed of Schwann cells and is, in fact, many layers of the cell membrane. Myelin is a substance of lipid nature, and it consists of proteins and phospholipids.
Since cells in their vital functions constantly updating their structure, in order to maintain the integrity of the myelin sheaths, it is necessary to ensure constant production of myelin. In many diseases of the nervous system and brain, is marked low content of myelin in membranes. Let's see what it can be caused when vascular dystonia.
Pathologies of the circulatory system, which began with the VVD, lead to hormonal imbalance. Although in general the work of the endocrine system is controlled by pituitary gland, but everything is interconnected in it, and the pituitary gland, in turn, is stimulated by thymus hormones, which is the main regulator of the immune system. Thus, with the weakening of immunity, which, as we have already established, necessarily accompanies the VVD, endocrine system work also is broken.
The thymus and the thyroid gland - two of a kind, at least for the reason that are located nearby and both play an important role in the immune system. Thyroid dysfunction occur frequently, since for its work, iodine is very important, but iodine problem is so acute that practice of table salt iodization is common all over the world. However, this is not enough sense, as well as from all the populist actions.
Lack of iodine in the food and water, (at its daily rate of 200-300 g, the average consumption in many countries is only 40%) leads to the production of defective thyroid hormones. And since this situation is unpleasant for the pituitary gland, it begins "to kick" the thyroid with thyroid stimulating hormones (TSH), forcing it to stump more of defective products in an attempt to replace the lack of quality as excess amount. The result, as you probably know, it is often endemic goiter.
Therefore, the liver "intercedes" for thyroid and catches excess hormones. The liver has to do all the rights and opportunities as all hormones of the endocrine system are metabolized by liver. For the processing of excess TSH and "substandard" thyroid hormones, the liver increases the production of bile, withdrawing from the turnover of raw materials phospholipids necessary for the "isolation" of the nerve endings (ie, the production of myelin).
Thus, there is a redistribution of phospholipids in the body in favor of the liver and, consequently, to the detriment of the nervous system and brain. Liver by their very nature will absorb existing stocks of phospholipids in the body to a state of complete saturation, while the nerve cells are constantly feeling a deficit of phospholipids, and hence the myelin.
Recent studies have shown that in hypothyroidism and usually at malfunction of the liver, levels of blood cholesterol are increased.
In addition, in iodine deficiency, thyroid can not fully perform its function of clearing blood parasites, which further reduces the body's immune defenses. If the thyroid gland is not in order, the body will be full of parasites, you do not even diagnose.
But if your doctor has prescribed thyroxine (for a lifetime, note!), it does not increase the amount of iodine in your body. To calm yourself, you can apply iodized salt, but if you really want to deal with iodine deficiency, pay better attention to the natural complexes containing organic iodine, such as Ocean 21 and Spirulina Chlorella Plus.
Condition of the immune system to a great extent depends on the hormone melatonin production. After 60 years, the level of melatonin naturally decreases, which accounts for the manifestation of the so-called "age-related" diseases. However, like all enzymatic processes, melatonin production depends on the presence in the body of enzyme cofactor - coenzyme Q10. When coenzyme Q10 is not enough, melatonin may be in short supply also in the 20 years of age.
Now let's us remember what was said above about the side effects of statins. Lack of iodine plus violent suppression of melatonin - that's the reason that parasites live in your body widely and freely.
If we consider also that 90% of the population suffers from intestinal dysbiosis, it becomes clear why today VVD occurs even in children 6 years of age, who also noted increased cholesterol levels. After all, dysbiosis is necessarily accompanied by a decrease in liver function and the fall of immunity.