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Inclined Bed Therapy Interview with Patrick Timpone

What is Inclined Bed Therapy and How Can it Help Me?
The video from Patrick Timpone's Excellent Radio Programme Interview with Andrew K Fletcher about his discovery in circulation and how he has been helping people to improve their health, simply by sleeping with the head of the bed elevated by around 6 inches / 15 cm or more..
http://youtu.be/x68PLE8MXJE
Please help to share this far and wide.
Kind regards Andrew
http://oneradionetwork.com/health/andrew-k-fletcher-phenomenal-health-benefits-inclined-bed-therapy-june-23-2014/
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Frustrating.. new symptoms

For those of you following, my symptoms that I mainly struggle with (eye sight blurring or darkening for short spans, tingling in extremities, numbness in extremities, loss of hand coordination , falling a LOT more than normal even when no symptoms might be present, an almost constant brain fog, and definite mood changes) came on all of a sudden. I had an EMG that came up normal. They also did ...
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Is this combined treatment of CCSVI with stem cells any good

i have been reading about this treatment that includes CCSVI with stem cells
its no detailed on their CCSVI protocol so wonder if they even use IVUS

Any thoughts on this as a treatment?

it claims a woman came out of a wheelchair, but that's only one person in the whole study

http://www.ccsviclinic.ca/?page_id=564


if money wasn't an issue for you, would you do this treatment?


Endothelial cell apotosis in jugular veins of pwMS

New, ground-breaking research from Dr. Zamboni's team:

Major endothelial dysfunction and aptosis in the intraluminal septa and defective valves of pwMS----highly deranged when compared to normals.

http://phl.sagepub.com/content/early/20 ... 0.abstract

Why does this matter? A loss of endothelial cells means valves and veins cannot respond to hemodynamic needs of the brain--and would not function properly. Endothelial dysfunction can be overcome---but it will take more than angioplasty to deal with this. ...


about to stop after 8 weeks? no relief yet..

ok, so first post here. but I really need some inspiring news here to keep me on tecfidera. before tec, I was on copaxone for 1.5 years, then got pregnant with third, then nursing, etc... so after all of that, I decided to get on tecfidera.
started may 15 of this year with a month of the 120mg (slipped through the cracks I guess, thought I could only get a week of it) then started ...


about to stop tecfiera after 8 wks? any silver lining here?

ok, so first post here. but I really need some inspiring news here to keep me on tecfidera. before tec, I was on copaxone for 1.5 years, then got pregnant with third, then nursing, etc... so after all of that, I decided to get on tecfidera.
started may 15 of this year with a month of the 120mg (slipped through the cracks I guess, thought I could only get a week of it) then started ...
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new! call centers and hiccups! don't miss it!

To all those millions of Call Center employees out there trying to call me right now:

You could get a bonus!

You could go to the head of your class!

You could end up running this very Call Center, whether in Bangalor, Toucson, or Washington. D.C. or state!


Here is the ear-worm to suggest hypnotically, unconsciously to everyone at your Call Center:

Suggest a Button. A Button you press. A Button which apparently, does nothing. ...


Mandibular disorders more common in MS patients than control

Mandibular disorders are more common in MS patients than control and the ratio is 3:1 (56.7% versus 16.7%). This is not exactly CCSVI but it fixes into the proposal of our upright doctor.

Prevalence of temporomandibular disorders symptoms in patients with multiple sclerosis.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24964107

Abstract

The aim of the present study was to assess the prevalence of symptoms of temporomandibular disorders (TMD) in patients with the relapsing-remitting form of ...


Aspartame

This articles talks about the mechanism which allows aspartame to effect the brain.

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/artic ... =565710811
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Tysabri has an effect on oligoclonal bands..........

Tysabri has an effect on oligoclonal bands in the cerebrospinal fluid of MS patients

Effects of natalizumab on oligoclonal bands in the cerebrospinal fluid of multiple sclerosis patients: A longitudinal study.

Mancuso R, Franciotta D, Rovaris M, Caputo D, Sala A, Hernis A, Agostini S, Calvo M, Clerici M.

Abstract

Retrospective studies show that natalizumab modifies oligoclonal immunoglobulin (IgG) bands (OCBs) in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) of multiple sclerosis (MS) patients.

In this study, we ...


 

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