[/quote]Ruthless67 wrote:Also Andrew you said, "In another thread long before you (Erika) tilted your bed and long before your surgery, I mentioned the dramatic improvements in two ladies with supposedly irreversible optic nerve damage." so that is something I will watch for because my left eye has damage from optic neuritis that I also have been told is irreversible. The vision is blurred, seems darker, like a cloudy day and colors are off.
I'll report back any noticeable changes or improvements.
keep your old glasses prescriptions as these are going to be useful for comparison.
Around 4 months is the time the therapy really begins to work. Ironically it takes 4 months for a damaged / severed optic nerve in fish and frog to regenerate. Could be a coincidence but suspect the timescale being so close might be following a pattern.
jamit wrote:I started inclining the bed 12 years ago and did it for 6 years, improved bladder function, less neck and back stiffness and ache better sleep. In fact I found then that inclining the bed gave me the same benefits as LDN so I stopped LDN since it gave me insomnia and went back on Avonex.
After those 6 years I had 5 years of flatbedding it and have progressed substantially, coincidence who knows. At any rate I am back to inclining, it works for me.
AndrewKFletcher wrote:At this time, I thought we had done enough. 16 years after making this important discovery I still have not done enough and will probably be dead and buried before the full implications to this amazing discovery are realised.
LR1234 wrote:Hey Andrew,
My bed is still inclined and depsite my fiance moaning...it does seem to help me too x so thank-you for suggesting it.
ozarkcanoer wrote:AndrewKFletcher.... My husband is a bit of a doubter too.
AndrewKFletcher wrote:It was my wifes husband who found the cause and cure for varicose veins
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