I've been looking at his videos and really would like to know if anyone here has tried his method or treatment. Please...no "he's a quack pot" posts about him or negatives, please. I'm keeping all my options open. Thanks.
My husband had a happy childhood, and is not an attention seeker or overly dramatic....but he did have a lot of work stress and wasn't really in touch with how that affected his health. Cortisol is really bad for pwMS, as are a lot of lifestyle issues that increase inflammation. I think it's good to be open, but I'd avoid spending too much money on psycho- therapies like Batten's, which tend to blame the sick person for not being healthy.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DkvNu46l0RQ
The things Batten is right on about are deep breathing, releasing stress, aligning the neck and keeping curve in cervical spine. Also, correcting negative thought patterns.
Here were the strategies I put together for my husband, to help him find a life in balance---through nutrition, lifestyle, supplements, exercise, meditation. No need to buy an e-book. Or beat yourself up for having MS. Best to you, Serena, hope you find your answers. http://www.ccsvi.org/index.php/helping- ... ial-health
Husband dx RRMS 3/07
dx dual jugular vein stenosis (CCSVI) 4/09
dual stents placed 5/09
CCSVI in MS