To suffer a cervical trauma, there is no need for a serious accident. Due to its finely branched nerve branches, the neck joint of the human body is a very sensitive region that is connected to almost all organs. If we spend a long time in front of a computer screen or on a smartphone, the neck joint is particularly strained.
Since Dr. Kuklinski was able to reduce the pyrrole concentration of his patients to normal values after a stiffening operation of the cervical spine, he assumes that this form of HPU must have been acquired.
The mechanism of disease development is based on a chronically increased nitric oxide (NO) concentration. This gas can be released more frequently in cervical trauma and can severely disrupt the function of the mitochondria. NO inhibits the complexes I and III of the respiratory chain and the enzyme aconitase in the citrate cycle of the mitochondria. As a result, the energy production of the mitochondria is restricted and the formation of haem is disturbed. These processes are noticeable in exhaustion and chronic fatigue, as well as in the already known pyrrole excretion with the urine.