Breathing to treat ms

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jamesmatheson
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Breathing to treat ms

Post by jamesmatheson » Wed Mar 28, 2018 6:42 am

I wonder if anyone has tried wearing surgical masks. I wear surgical masks regularly and they tremendously boost my esteem and let me function a lot better in society. I was told ms is a nervous system disorder. Air regulation plays a huge role in the information the nervous system receives. I believe that with the right things in the surgical mask like an additive that releases when the person is feeling discomfort could make symptoms decrease ( just like doing drugs but instead the drug is released gradually in a mist instead of doing them all at once) These are surgical masks https://photos.app.goo.gl/GZqdObQNitWCqxd23, I wear 2 because with 2 i can regulate my breathing better because one can go on the nose the second i can wear on top of the first one an adjust the metal strip. It really boosts my energy a lot. I believe that with the right additives that the nervous system can be controlled by breathing. https://photos.app.goo.gl/xP1VePPutpm7W85G2

If any of you can get funding to test this project it would be very fun. One truth is if someone used let us say a 3d printer designed mask like this https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:423029 and added a vaporizer to the mask that released a pain killer that the person wearing the mask wouldn't feel pain when it released the vaporizer and wouldn't be required to take a pill to stop pain. ( wearing a surgical mask is essential , breathing straight air is not safe breathing straight air with these masks casues sever heart problems)


Hopefully someone can test this out. I believe the nervous system can be controlled by breathing the right additives

One more amazing thing that works. Is making the brain relieve symptoms by giving it a reward . So if your feeling symptoms the nose mask releases a pain killer in small dose to tell the brain to relax and use a scent. And gradually remove the pain killer and just release the scent and see if the brain stops the symptoms by placebo. I guarantee at the least if the mask released a pain killer that the pain would be stopped. Similar to marijuana but in a more controlled method and not necessarily marijuana because I have seen other drugs that are more effective pain killer than marijuana. Not saying marijuana does or doesn't work.

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Re: Breathing to treat ms

Post by ElliotB » Wed Mar 28, 2018 6:19 pm

What drugs are you aware of that help with nerve pain?

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Re: Breathing to treat ms

Post by eventhis » Wed Mar 28, 2018 6:21 pm

Uhhh...hmmm.. Glad the double mask works for you. Do you have MS?

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Re: Breathing to treat ms

Post by koneall » Thu Mar 29, 2018 6:52 am

Medical grade masks filter particles to the nanogram level. For the life-long hypochondriac that I am I still can't see any benefit to a mask. Fine, one mask might keep you from catching a virus. So will hand washing. But two masks don't help any more and might make breathing a bit difficult. I know distance runners will sometimes use a mask to inhibit air inhalation, in a sense to mimic high altitude. But this is for training. Not for wearing all day at work, etc.

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Re: Breathing to treat ms

Post by Guest » Thu Mar 29, 2018 9:20 pm

which drugs helps us for the nerve or brain pain

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Re: Breathing to treat ms

Post by koneall » Fri Mar 30, 2018 6:27 am

For my first attack of MS nine months ago I was put Tylenol/codeine.

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