posted on Sep, 28 2014 @ 01:31 PM
There could be numerous reasons for the swallowing reflex getting messed up. I will give you one possibility to consider, there are many more.
Without knowing your eating habits this may or may not apply.
Processed cheese and pickles contain in above moderate amounts some times a chemical called Alum. This chemical adds excessive aluminum to the diet
if you consume a lot of it. The symptoms of aluminum toxicity do match some of the symptoms you have given. Cooking with aluminum does add a little
but not as much as pickles with alum listed. It is an antifungal that is added and it also supposedly makes pickles crisper, but I have not found
that to be true. I think that was an excuse to get us to consume this chemistry that actually is a medicine. Too much and you need to slowly chelate
this out of the body to reverse the symptoms. Too fast and you can get kidney pain.
Now, other conditions, including other metals, can cause this so I do not know if this applies. Aluminum buildup can cause parkinson type symptoms
also, but that is not really true parkinson's disease unless it goes on for a long time.
Molybdenum supplements can help, so can foods that contain certain chemistry like cilantro. Funny how a natural organic fluoride compound can help
with this. Cilantro is very strong though, it can take this and other metals out of the bones and tissues fast and cause some problems. Do not
overdo a chelation therapy by taking too much at one time or you may have problems. Talk to your doctor before starting this, sometimes blood tests
won't show this but once you consume a chelation food the aluminum if freed out of where it is stored and it shows up in the blood.
The doctors should try to understand this. What you consume before a test can help to identify possible problems better. It can also make it seem
like you have problems even though you don't and lead them to the wrong treatment.
Now I am not saying this applies in your case but it is a possible explanation. One of many metals, but the ones with the best chances of being a
problem are aluminum and mercury from your fillings. Sometimes lead can cause problems also.
edit on 28-9-2014 by rickymouse because: (no