Dr Sclafani, In relation to brain fog, fatigue and instability/walking on clouds:
Have noticed that since recovery from a relapse of constant heavy instability and bain fog (woke up one day and could not walk for several months from strength) 5 years ago, these symptoms are now fluctuating in intensity and periods of spells/time of day. Stress and tiredness/amount of sleep certainly play a role. Usually in mornings when wake up am light and in afternoons then starts to invade me. Some days however wake up with a carroussel from start...and some days (although rare) hardly feel any instability at all..
I now realised that when IBT is stopped eg by a hotel stay, where IBT not possible due to a bulky bed that cannot be inclined => the next day is a carroussel for me. I have been wondering whether it is psychological, but my husband who now experienced several times that I actually only realized about the fact of non-IBT later during day, says he does not think so. He has now been wondering whether to create a "centrifuge" for me to shake me up every day
Also realised stress- or negative emotional events (eg recently bad experience of again stronger instability/cloudy brain constantly days before/after funeral) are increasing those symptoms. In addition, directly 1-2 hours after acquagym or swimming, noticed that head suddenly lighter, but then since more tired in afternoon/evening, brain fog/fatigue often comes back...and sometimes then even worse.
So could - apart from the basic neurological issue causing instability (myelin damage in spinal cord, or due to some brain lesions - have both) THE INTENSITY of these symptoms also be explained on a blood circulatory level related to CCSVI?... if there is a vein blockage impact on worsening the intensity of such symptoms. Less oxygenation of the brain caused by "slow flow", as you explained before.
The type of improvements described by Kuwait (and also other testimonials) after procedure might confirm this... This could match the multi-factorial story and explain how some improvements can already be felt IMMEDIATELY after intervention...getting rid of the "slow flow" issue could be a logical explanation. Further improvements felt later in time and prevention of MS progression (less lesions seen in MRI) could then link to other additional mechanisms (eg avoiding the brain damaging effects caused by reflux etc...).