Relationships between your brain, brain stem and autonomic nervous system affects all your organs

Dr. Terry A. Rondberg encourages people to live a healthier, more active lifestyle. Courtesy photo
Dr. Terry A. Rondberg encourages people to live a healthier, more active lifestyle. Courtesy photo

Your brain stem is surrounded by many tissues in your body. You have eight suboccipital muscles, the first two bones in your spine; the first cervical vertebra called the atlas and the second cervical vertebra known as the axis and many other ligaments and muscles, all surrounding your brain stem. There are more than 2 million neurotransmitters which flow over the brain stem to and from the brain throughout your entire body.

The brain stem controls all function. Your brain controls the blood supply to your head, the pituitary gland, the scalp, the bones of your face, the brain itself, the middle and inner ear and the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system.

When you have interference in your suboccipital muscles and other tissues, it will block the flow and distribution of electrical nutrients, nerve supply, oxygen and glucose or ketones power and energy. You can develop many symptoms, conditions or diseases in your body.

Here is a list of possible symptoms and conditions which can cause headaches, nervousness, insomnia, head colds, high blood pressure, migraine headaches, nervous breakdowns, amnesia, chronic tiredness, dizziness or vertigo.

You can develop problems in your eyes, optic nerve, auditory nerve, sinuses, mastoid bones, tongue, forehead, sinus trouble, allergies, crossed eyes, deafness, eye trouble, earaches, fainting spells and certain types of blindness.

You can develop problems in your cheeks, outer ear, facial bones, teeth, neuralgia, neuritis, acne or pimples, eczema your nose, lips, mouth, eustachian tubes, fever, hard of hearing, adenoids and a runny nose.

You could develop problems in your vocal cords, neck, glands, pharynx, leading to laryngitis, hoarseness and a variety of throat conditions.

You might develop a problem in your thyroid gland, shoulders and elbows, carpal tunnel, which might include pain, numbness, tingling, or burning in your fingers, hands or forearms. You might experience asthma, coughing, difficulty breathing, shortness of breath or pain in lower arms and hands.

Brain interference can cause heart problems with the valves, covering and coronary arteries. This interference can also cause problems in your lungs, bronchial tubes, pleura, chest or breast tissue, gallbladder conditions, jaundice or shingles.

Liver conditions can develop along with fevers, blood pressure problems, poor circulation and arthritis or stomach troubles including nervous stomach, indigestion, heartburn and dyspepsia. Spleen and diaphragm issues can lower your resistance and cause hiccoughs, allergies and hives. You could develop kidney problems, hardening of your arteries and chronic tiredness or nephritis, skin conditions such as acne, pimples, eczema and boils.

Rheumatism, gas pains, constipation, colitis, dysentery, diarrhea, some ruptures or hernias, appendicitis, abdominal issues and problems with your upper leg. These issues could be accompanied by cramps, difficult breathing and minor varicose veins.

Brain dysfunction can cause bladder troubles, menstrual troubles such as painful or irregular periods, miscarriages, bed wetting, impotency, change of life symptoms and many types of knee pains, sciatica, difficult and painful or too frequent urination with backaches.

These problems can result in poor circulation in your legs, swollen ankles, weak ankles and arches, cold feet, weakness in the legs or leg cramps, hemorrhoids, pruritus or itching, pain at end of spine while sitting.

Dr. Terry Rondberg of the Omega Brain Health and Nutrition center, 28780 Old Town Front Street, Suite D-7, can detect hidden brain interference before it blindsides you. Call to schedule an appointment for a brain scan and blood work at (951) 699-5000. The scans and blood work will help you understand the relationship between your brain, brain stem, autonomic nervous system and your organs. For more information, visit

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