ozarkcanoer wrote:Loobie... I can't answer your question about sleeping too much since I have primary insomnia. I take 3 different medications in order to sleep. It is interesting to me that you have a sleep problem. My first MS symptom happened in July 2006 when my vision went double and I stopped sleeping. I literally couldn't sleep. I had an MRI and went to my MS neuro. He said I possibly have MS because of the 40 some lesions. I asked him if my sleep problems had anything to do with MS and he said NO.
It took me another year and more symptoms and more lack of sleep to get the courage for the lumbar puncture. Finally in January 2008 I got my MS diagnosis. AND STILL MY NEURO SAID THAT MY SLEEPING PROBLEMS HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH MY MS.
Sleeping and waking are controlled by your brain. So why can't sleeping problems have anything to do with MS ??
Mutley wrote:Hi Loobie,
It’s a bit off topic, but along the same lines.... many years ago when I was still able to visit the Gym regularly, if I worked out really hard (almost to the point of exhaustion) I would have bags and bags of energy in the hours afterwards. So if I had a busy day planned, I’d need a trip to the Gym to beat myself up with Exercise in the morning so that I’d benefit from the after-effects and have bags of energy for the rest of the day. Whereas if I rested and did nothing before my busy days started, I’d be absolutely washed out for the whole day afterwards. Weird isn’t it. I’m sure someone with more brains than me will come along soon and post a theory as to how this can be explained in CCSVI.
Have you tried LDN for the bladder? Works for me....
Guess what some of the side effects from quitting weed these days since it's stronger are? Insomnia, vivid dreams, physical tension. Sounds familiar with starting LDN huh? So I think after about two months post marijuana, I'm going to start the process all over again and see how it goes. I just think I did the LDN a disservice by starting it as I was quitting the MJ. I really don't want to start smoking it again either
AndrewKFletcher wrote:Anyone finding same problems with inclined bed therapy?
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