im still posting to get more people to try UCC to help them. The more people doing UCC, the more people we'll have talking about how its helped them.
its all up to people and their decisions but if they feel some of the benefits i felt, they would believe in UCC
people dont believe in things until many people have already have tried it and worked for them. if those that have tried it dont come here and talk about it then only a few will try it, good and bad, if any bads
not only parkinsons but also Alzheimer too but probably more. i think UCC can prevent all these diseases and help if you have it already
There is no fact as to what causes ccsvi, I wish people would consider the Atlas as a serious contender.
all might be straight but the muscles holding the atlas in place want to pull it back to its spot it was before, thats why ive been seeing a ucc dr for 8 months already, slowly my atlas is slowly pulling less out of alignment.
cheerleader wrote:It was only two years ago that I asked NHE and the administrators of TIMS for a CCSVI forum. And they gave it to us.
Civic and Fiona, Start an upper cervical care forum.
Almost clever, start a Lyme forum.
Ask the administrators, but be polite.
AlmostClever wrote:Don't mean to sound like a broken record but....
The more research I do the more I discover how Lyme bacteria causes vascuar issues.
In the Lyme documentary film "Under Our Skin", one researcher found Lyme bacteria in 7 of 10 Parkinson's brains from the Stanford's (I believe was the school) brain bank.
I know it's not the case for all but worth checking out. I believe that as well as being congenital, CCSVI can be caused by damage to the atlas and maybe by bacterial infection that inflames blood vessels.
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