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    Narkolepsi - Gluten

    Idag skriver SVD om narkolepsi. Kan det finnas en koppling till glutenintolerans? Kan de som drabbats av narkolepsi samtidigt haft en inflammation i kroppen, orsakad av gluten? Eller finns det en annan kopplling? Jag googlade "narkolepsy gluten" och hittade ett antal berättelser bl.a. den jag kopierar in nedan. Är det någon på forumet som känner till om det gjotrs några studier kring detta? Det borde vara ganska enkelt att testa nu när det kommit ett nytt tillförlitligt test (till skillnad från de gamla som har stor felprocent) testet heter Cyrex Array 3; det finns också en Cyrex Array 4 för att testa korsningsproblem. Om man testar dom som redan har narkolepsi blir bevisningen så klart lite haltande eftersom man inte kan säga något om deras tillstånd då dom fick narkolepsin. Om det är så att symptomen förbättras av glutenfrihet som berättelsen nedan säger så är det nog läge att testa i alla fall, och man kan alltid bli glutenfri utan test man har inget att förlora på det man kan bara vinna. Länken mellan celiaki och andra psykologiska tillstånd som adhd och depression är numera tydlig. Depression och narkolepsi har vissa likheter. Läste detta på denna länk. http://www.drperlmutter.com/study/association-of-attention-deficithyperactivity-disorder-and-celiac-disease-a-brief-report/ Conclusions: Celiac disease is markedly overrepresented among patients presenting with ADHD. A gluten-free diet significantly improved ADHD symptoms in patients with celiac disease in this study. The results further suggest that celiac disease should be included in the ADHD symptom checklist. Psychiatric symptoms as well as neurologic dysfunctions are common in patients with celiac disease. Depressive symptoms are often present in adults with the disease, regardless of treatment and age at diagnosis. In some cases, depressive symptoms have reportedly improved soon after starting a gluten-free diet. The prevalence of severe mental and behavioral disorders in untreated celiac disease is unknown, but a history of psychiatric treatment before the diagnosis of celiac disease has been reported in 21% (9/42) of adult patients with the disease compared with 5% (2/42) of a medical control group.Psychiatric symptoms as well as neurologic dysfunctions are common in patients with celiac disease. Depressive symptoms are often present in adults with the disease, regardless of treatment and age at diagnosis. In some cases, depressive symptoms have reportedly improved soon after starting a gluten-free diet. The prevalence of severe mental and behavioral disorders in untreated celiac disease is unknown, but a history of psychiatric treatment before the diagnosis of celiac disease has been reported in 21% (9/42) of adult patients with the disease compared with 5% (2/42) of a medical control group. Vad tror ni? http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rubin-naiman-phd/narcolepsy_b_1730627.html I found a website linking narcolepsy to a possible gluten allergy. Apparently, orexin which is the neurotransmitter that regulates sleep has a dual function. In the gut it regulates hunger and insulin production. I went gluten free a month ago and the difference is amazing. I still need provigil but half the 800mg I was taking. I can get up in the morning and I've lost the brain fog. I highly recommend it for anyone suffering from this disease. When I read the article and the guy's proof on his website, I was highly sceptical. But I figured, no harm in going gluten free forms few weeks. I'll miss bread and beer but I'm not taking some strange drug. I didn't realize it was working until I had two sandwiches using my favorite bread about 2 weeks into my experiment and within 20 minutes was asleep and couldn't wake up the next morning! Going gluten free is harder than it sounds. It means no pasta, no bread, no baked good, nothing with a crust. I found out the hard way McDonald's fries have wheat in them. So I nixed fast food and take lunch to work. Gluten free breads are crappy but the trick is to keep them frozen until you use them. All in all, it's been a very worthwhile experiment and I think Im going to remain gluten free. I'm sitting here typing this note after going to bed at midnight and I've been up since 6 am.