I have good pills for spasms (Cogentin - best on the market because you don't have to take it all the time and it reacts really quickly when needed) and also Cabergoline for keeping prolactin down from a pituitary adenoma. Because I had high prolactin even without eating any sugar at all, I came to believe that many people actually can't handle sugar at all! And do you know that about
one in six people today has a pituitary tumour and doesn't know it? It's easy to test for with just a simple prolactin test.
Also have thyroid nodules and such, and multiple pre cancerous skin lesions, although most are fortunately covered. None of my x-rays or MRIs are normal. Even have lung scarring (don't smoke). Do understand the terribly painful severity of Lyme type spasms, however which can go on for hours non stop, and have been hospitalized a few times for sudden inability to walk etc. Have also been in bed with sciatica sometimes that was so severe I had to stay in bed without moving for 48 hour periods before I could walk painfully for five or so, and then another 48, etc., with with only a bottle of water to drink and a bucket by the bed (no food). One hospital stay was for 6 weeks, and I do have a few devices to get around with, but I always somehow recover enough to still join friends for less vigourous activities, and am getting more energy as well as a result of other forms of treatment such as accupuncture and medicines, anti-cancer supplements, anti toxin supplements, etc. That part is rather expensive.
My blood is definitely off in a number of places too but somehow I just get up and go again each time. However, I am luckier than many because I can rest as often as I need to and that is essential for those who are sick. Feel very sorry for those who can't. Also use self-hypnosis healing tapes and many similar types of tapes.
Am recently trying vibration therapy as well even though that can be dangerous for those with tumours, but it's amazing in assisting with spinal pain and walking. Those stand up machines are really powerful, like a man using a machine to dig into cement, but they seem to especially assist with circulation and better ability to walk, which is what most sick people need I think. I did bleed a couple of times when I first started but don't anymore. I do think they help a lot with regard to knee, spinal, walking, and balancing issues, and the price isn't too bad either. You may feel like you're not getting your money's worth because you only use the machines about
3 times a week and have to drive all the way there for 10 minutes each time, but they are actually quite effective I believe, because they can shake up all of those nearly dead parts of your body that haven't had any movement inside for years. I would recommend them to anyone with walking issues especially.
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