eric593 wrote:Scary images of the learned military technique of soldiers killing people by applying pressure to that area of the neck of their enemies comes to mind. Be careful please...
How are veins that don't collapse when upright fixed anyway? This suddenly doesn't become a matter of opening up narrowed/blocked veins. Is this a problem if veins that ordinarily collapse when upright remain open? How is it fixed then if this is a problem?
eric593 wrote:Outside of your home remedy, do you know how an IR might treat your problem?
Johnson wrote: I hear you. Just about everything makes me feel worse,
Johnson wrote:I got quite aggressive
ttt1 wrote:Johnson wrote:I got quite aggressive
Don't get too agressive.
Internal jugular vein thrombosis associated with shiatsu massage of the neck
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/article ... p00142.pdf
MS like symptoms are mentioned, but also "Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan of the brain showed infarction with haemorrhage in the left parietal lobe"
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