IbRiz wrote:Hi judi and johnson
Have any of you tried Inclined Bed Therapy (IBT) ? My bed has been inclined for about a month - and it is really making a huge difference for me! The dizziness and headaches in the mornings have gone, and I have had no new MS stuff since I started.
I was diagnosed with CCSVI at dr Simka's a week ago, and when you think of it - IBT really makes sense in the CCSVI theory. I have a blocked jugular, and so if I am sleeping inclined - the azygous veines are helping
me draining the blood from my brain.
ALL of my MS-badness has presented itself in the morning - when waking up (when I was sleeping on a flat bed that is). I am convinced this is due to my blocked veine making it difficult for the blood to return from my brain.
You can read all about IBT here: http://www.thisisms.com/ftopict-8535-inclined.html+bed+therapy
I'm a good old fashioned "what's in your backyard' herbalist.
No, I hadn't heard about the Liberation treatments and MS. I did listen to all of the footage and am blown away. Since your email, I have had one new patient arrive with MS specifically for assessment of her veins. Interestingly, her jugular veins (in the neck) and venous sinuses (in the head) had no motility whatsoever, arteries were marginally better. Interesting, eh?
I can manipulate blood vessels in the body, resolving tensions in the vessel walls and encouraging the return of their motility. But can I unblock veins? I just don't know. I think it depends what is blocking them and I wasn't clear about that from the news pieces. I certainly cannot exert as much force as happens when they perform an angioplasty, but I am willing to try.
IbRiz wrote:Judi - good to hear IBT is working for you. I am also feeling better - primarily I can now walk without problems when getting out of bed - before I had to grab on to the wall the first few meters. I'm sorry to hear about your husband....although he doesn't sound so nice.....
With regards to my CSCVI - hmm - I am currently thinking about what to do - it really is not easy. The stenting-business is of course the best - and proven to work, but the concerns about the stent-lifetime is really making me nervous. What happens if the stent breaks? Not really easy to repair it, or replace it.... Ballooning works about 50% of the times - but as cureious says - 50% is better than 0% !! So I think I will try to find someone who will balloon me - preferably here in Denmark.
Johnson: I think you will be pleased with inclining your bed - a lot of people have done so.
Good thing your wífe is okay with it (so was my wife - except she did complain about sliding down a bit). And yes - snoring could be eliminated - at least so I've read (reported by IBT 'users' to Andrew Fletcher - the father of IBT).
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