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Damn, I didn't notice the date on that quoted post, sorry. I should also have mentioned that my lumbar spine - the area where xrays show that I've a chronic degenerative problem/osteoarthritis has been remarkably pain free of late. Usually, at this time of the year, that can be particularly painful - well, give me a constant dull aching sensation that can really wear one's spirits down. As things stand, I get just a bit of discomfort there if I over-do things, and also in my right hip, but that is also pretty good, too. Wish I could say the same regarding the ongoing nerve pain that seems to be lingering at the site of the last op! Despite it being nearly six months since that op, and nearly a month since the last chemo cycle, today it has been feeling as if I've an alien rodent attempting to chew its way out from under my oxter! It's a very weird sensation - especially as the surface of the skin there is still numb!
It was blocked Ben. All I needed was a bigger plunger!
QuoteIt was blocked Ben. All I needed was a bigger plunger!But you had nothing to do with this, and even in a few minutes looking at the same journal I found papers on "head up sleep" going back to 1992. That's well over your fifteen years. In all this time, you hadn't done the research to notice that others were researching something similar, yet you have consistently claimed that research on titled beds has been blocked. You were wrong.
Of course I did Ben
Hi AndrewAnother observation,i have noticed has been a difference in the way the veins feel.Example, i have been treating a small area of ringworm on the top of my calf vein. When i first started treating it, i always felt that when i rubbed the cream in the vein it would feel tender after i had pressed on it.Now, when i go to do the same thing. I can press on the same area with the same pressure and it is not tender as it was before.Why would this be happening?Is it because the vein is strenthening?alun
sorry...kind of meant the same thing...
AndrewI know you have confidence in this, and that you would like to collect more evidence, but it is not appropriate for you to be advising people to ignore their doctor's advice. Especially considering the tiny amount of information you have been given.You know very little about this person's situation, so I think it's highly irresponsible of you to tell them to ignore medical advice.
Andrew,I've read most posts about IBT this afternoon. Very interesting.Want to let you know that I suffered from cluster headaches for about 30 years. Plus: chronic sinusitus, insomnia, swollen veins on my temples, cold hands & feet. About 4 years ago I read about sleeping on an inclined bed and started doing so. Also practiced a lot of chi kung to improve circulation. All problems are over now. Haven't had cluster headache for more than 3 years now and I'm absolutely sure it won't return. Circulation is great, sleep deep, hands & feet warm, sinuses healthy, head clear. Will certainly continue to sleep this way.Do you know where I can find more info on IBT & Parkinson's disease (for a friend)?