Hi, all, and thanks for your input! Has anyone here tried vibration machines, such as "mini crazy fit"?
I agree about both the cold theory, as well as the stress of fluctuations from freezing to boiling, messing up the system. Hey, isn't that why there's cracked sidewalks up north, vs. less of that down in hot climes?
I'm awed by vesta's post. I'd like to add observations relating to it:
(1) many northern
Swedish females developed electrosensitivity, Just imagine, the combo of genetically narrower arteries, combined with contraction from cold weather, combined with heavy exposure to their high-tech world of computer tech. Computers tend to speed up metabolism, blood pressure, & replicate internal virals. What a load
their arteries were forced to carry. If you read the PDF book Black On White by Granlund-Lind, you'll empathize. I noted testimonials by at least two eSensitives, that they felt so much relief upon moving to warmer, low-altitude regions.
One may have been documented in the PDF, and the other in Nordstrom's Invisible Disease.the common factor of both the eSens Swedes AND the M.S. Japanese (vesta's post) are Modern EMFs,
which speed up the body; especially high GHz processors & especially ANY backlighting. High frequencies are bad. DECT phones are bad. Radio waves ditto. They speed up blood pressure through arteries not meant for such pressure.
(2) Both Marijuana & Infrared dilate
vessels. Both are therapeutic. (i've tried neither yet)
And a one-time stint via osteopath's cranio-sacral massage felt relieving to me (temp, of course)But massage & acupuncture elsewhere in body kill me (note: they were recommended practitioners)
(3) don't laugh - but a good-natured "beaming" psychic once told me (among other stuff):
"you have poor blood flow to your brain". This was way back, decades ago.
Also, nurses always go crazy trying to find my veins. They say "you have such tiny veins!"
(4) I long ago felt very therapeutic relief dipping into Northern DeadSea Black/smelly Mudpool, after dipping awhile in the nearby saltSea, under a June sun. After approx. 15 min. in the (quicksand-style) mudpool, i began feeling a very therapeutic
PULL-PULLING. I never before, nor after, ever felt such relief. Imagine, me, for whom no homeopathics work. Me, for whom placebo-effect never happens. But yet, I got relief upon salt-sea, PULLING-mudpool(sequence).
..this is an absolute true story. And the plot thickens, because an elderly friend, back in the 1920s obtained a cure of her paralysis at the Ciochocinek area of Poland, where a doctor advised her to take a series of 20 salt-mud, salt-mud, salt-mud baths(sequenced). AND it was outdoors. She had told me these exact words: "It was SCARY". From that I deduced that it probably PULLed her in (as in suck-suck).
Do Leeches act similarly??By contrast:
Stupid marketed clay baths (bentonite, top brands) never helped, rather stress of the messy tub.
Ditto re: ingested Terramin, which merely caused me throat irritation (sensitive mucosa)
Ditto re: stupid marketed salt-packs, which only increased my b.p. causing me flu-like aches/migraine
Finally, this may interest, as it somewhat mimicks my DeadSea On-Site experience:http://www.eytonsearth.org/tdp-mineral-lamp-clay.phpTo Caveman & maybe Centenarian100, re: blood glucose angle: That was ruled out by blood tests over the years, but even thick-blood-plus-plaque benefits by less-narrow channels. What I usually have is high bilirubin (since youth), and most recently, 102 LDL. Lately: Tachycardia & high-b.p.
Reachable via PM. Seems I have Higbee's HSII on ThisIsMS. Frustrated by MSers, FMers, Lymers & Prematurely-Aged-By-EMFers who prefer cryptic jargonian Systems Vs. Intuitive empirical experience. Don't simple truths count for anything anymore?