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General Alternative Causes and Treatments of POIS / Re: Facebook Group
« Last post by demografx on December 17, 2018, 05:59:51 PM »
Fernando from Brazil, thanks for posting! I think many people prefer to not go beyond this forum for privacy reasons. Even if Facebook says it’s a “Private” Group, I am personally concerned with their numerous breeches.But many thanks for making us aware! Maybe some will join.
Best,
Demo


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That Familiar Feel / Re: This may seem like a familiar place.
« Last post by demografx on December 17, 2018, 05:55:37 PM »

Just want to note that I am not a Dr and any advice or information I give about what I do only pertains to my experience. Everyone is different and different protocols and supplements may effect someone else differently. You are responsible for what you do with my information and should research and/or ask a qualified medical professional.


I’m re-quoting Limejuice’s excellent perspective above.

It is very timely to our recent discussions about what one can and should say to another forum member about medical diagnosis and treatment.

Even if someone *is* a doctor (M.D.), medical diagnosis on the internet (or telephone) is inappriate and/or unethical in my opinion. And it might even be illegal.

I believe that face-to-face consultation - in person - is the only way to diagnose medical concerns. Body language, facial expression, verbal intonation, etc., cannot be seen without in-person counsel.

Medicine? Not on the telephone. Not on the internet. For anyone.

I borrowed the idea from Quantum's posting signature.

Don't want to lose Quantum above question to Meshal...

Hi Meshal, any update with Voltaren?
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Man, that is because "damaged" nerwos sistem from pois, all function in
body work tru nerwos system.

You say that you cower this by exercise and keeping your spine helty.
Yeah, that use to work for me in the past, but thats only fighting
against a couse of illnes.

And when my nerwos sitem is damaged hard, i cant excersise,
couse i hawe respiratory colapse.. etc( a cant exercise on force),
nerwes do not fire propery, and thisafect ewry proces in body, from
digestion parestesis to all odher symptomes.

So when this hapen, i must heal my nerwos system wery slowly,
it tok me 6 month or one or two year to heal, and to be able
to fisicly function again.

Because of this you hawe bad posture, muscule cant work properly.
That is because of pois. It cant be healed by exersise-i did hawe all my
life to test this.
Poisers who damaged hard from ilnes(do not force exercise hard!),
do moderate, if you can make 10 steps, do 10 steps , no more,
for begining.
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Today a new member joined the facebook group.

--> And guess what I saw in the profile picture:

Anterior pelvic Tilt

Forward head posture

Poor muscle mass
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General Alternative Causes and Treatments of POIS / Re: Facebook Group
« Last post by Fernando from Brazil on December 17, 2018, 07:07:57 AM »
Hi everyone again

I'm posting a Facebook group on POIS if anyone is interested in
joining. There is another group also where the administrator is King Richard but he often ban members for reasons he does not consider to be ethical.

Join and share knowledge: https://www.facebook.com/groups/519736171759857/
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The Down Side / Re: Fasting
« Last post by b_jim on December 17, 2018, 04:02:47 AM »
I'm testing very short fasting : i try to take dinner sooner and take my brakefast later the day after to leave my digestive system during ~12 hours.
So guys think brakefast can be canceled to have a longer time of rest.
Impossible for me because i need energy to work. But 12 hours, it could be a nice idea.
It seems i have less digestive problems, I can't say if it improves POIS.
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Lifestyle Diary / Re: Good sugar replacement
« Last post by b_jim on December 16, 2018, 03:09:42 PM »
L-Glutamine may support gaba production.
L Glutamine helps microbiota.
L-Glutamine may help to repair gut.

Ketogenic diet probably helps pois and migraines.
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Auto-Immune Causes and Treatments / Re: Diet/Supplements that 98% manages my POIS
« Last post by Limejuice on December 16, 2018, 12:03:08 PM »
I'd assume my leaky gut is primarily caused my my food sensitivities, but I actually don't know.  I wish I had more answers. 

Answers are out there, and be non-relenting in pursuit of your health. I'd taken a food sensitivity panel of 180 foods to see precisely what my issues are.  Tests are expenses but my health doesn't have a price tag (I budget and work hard to save up for screening my health).   
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Lifestyle Diary / Re: Good sugar replacement
« Last post by Vandemolen on December 16, 2018, 09:40:09 AM »
I do this Vandemolen - take high dose l-glutamine (in free form and not capsules). Glutamine offers immediate brain energy and totally eliminates my desire for sugar or starches. I take a glutamine supplement that's pure and on an empty stomach so the body only absorbs that and glutamine doesn't compete with anything else.  It helps heals my intestines too, my primary reason in taking it.
Thanks!  l-glutamine Sounds interesting because it also helps against candida (my major problem now) and helps with sleep. I will buyit next week.

I will try Stevia as a sugar replacement. And then erythritol.
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Investigation Areas / Re: Bimodal symptoms beginning and end of week post O
« Last post by ThisType on December 16, 2018, 09:39:52 AM »
Hi Quantum,
Thank you. I've noted on other posts in detail, but in short:

Symptoms: physical speech dysarthria / mental fog / recall of specific words / challenging to lock eyes / difficulty physically smiling / losing threads of conversation / irritablility

Note: I believe my symptoms to be resulting from a genetic issue in processing choline in a similar way to CMS. I have also observed that too much choline in a day yields the flue like symptoms and tiredness that some of you suffer.

Treatment: All are relieved initially by combination of high heart rate exercise and phosphatadylcholine. Has worked for years at this point. I find choline absorption is better by not taking it the same time as milk.

Present Issue: A form of physical speech challenge comes back at days 6,7 even with choline and exercise. Dropping one or the other has no effect. Another O appears to reset.

The reason I say 90 vs 100 is I do still notice very minor effects on my lips and sometimes my recall of words is not perfect.


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