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#31
(12-30-2018, 07:24 PM)Astrochik Wrote:
(12-19-2018, 03:15 PM)KOMMA Wrote: I think it would be a good idea to have one thread for new health research videos. So let's start with this one. Although if you have found previous threads on The Fringe helpful, you could also post a link to this thread, as we have had some brilliant threads posted by others.

"Knee Arthritis and Your Mouth Bacteria".





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a friend of mine (acupuncturist) had eczema and stiffness in his knee and when he lost a crown (which was infected underneath) the knee cleared up very quickly

Yea, my crown should've been removed and replaced in 2010, rather than 2016 when it what was left of the tooth had to be removed too.

There is a lot more to oral health than most people realise.

Teeth are also connected to different systems in the body, so whatever is going on with the teeth will impact upon those systems.

I found a great graph of what teeth connect with which systems.

Heartflowers
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#32
First thread I have subscribed to. I love this stuff. Just wish there was a way all Heath thread could be grouped together.
My health is crap. My own fault but no sense looking behind, only looking forward.
All this wonderful info everyone shares, gets lost in the forum. It also gets overwhelming when you are trying to implement all the good things. Pretty soon you are spending all day focused on food and health foods.
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#33
(12-31-2018, 04:11 AM)WhiteAngel Wrote: First thread I have subscribed to. I love this stuff. Just wish there was a way all Heath thread could be grouped together.
My health is crap. My own fault but no sense looking behind, only looking forward.
All this wonderful info everyone shares, gets lost in the forum. It also gets overwhelming when you are trying to implement all the good things. Pretty soon you are spending all day focused on food and health foods.
Facepalm  Facepalm  Facepalm  Facepalm  Facepalm

It is important to have priorities, and focus if you have any health issues. With serious and terminal conditions it does require 100% focus on it to have any chance of reversal of it.

When I am investigating a health case I tend to look at that which is causing the most "distress" to the person first. Once a person can see that there is improvements with one condition then they're a lot more positive about approaching the next situation.

I shared six months with women looking at health and nutrients for different health conditions, and different systems in the body 2017-2018, and they said what came out of it for them was that they felt positive about the fact that they could change their lives and could improve their health. They felt more empowered due to what we shared. During that time frame two women were also saved from having operative procedure when it wasn't necessary. One of those was told by the medics that she had cancer, when she didn't have it.

Every individual is different and metabolism of people is different too, so it's not a one size fits all. Every case is unique, although you do find some overlaps sometimes.

In some areas of medicine there hasn't been enough research to support operative procedure being necessary.

If there have been any other health threads that you have found helpful, happy for you to link it to this thread.

Heartflowers
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#34
(12-31-2018, 08:21 AM)KOMMA Wrote:
(12-31-2018, 04:11 AM)WhiteAngel Wrote: First thread I have subscribed to. I love this stuff. Just wish there was a way all Heath thread could be grouped together.
My health is crap. My own fault but no sense looking behind, only looking forward.
All this wonderful info everyone shares, gets lost in the forum. It also gets overwhelming when you are trying to implement all the good things. Pretty soon you are spending all day focused on food and health foods.
Facepalm  Facepalm  Facepalm  Facepalm  Facepalm

It is important to have priorities, and focus if you have any health issues. With serious and terminal conditions it does require 100% focus on it to have any chance of reversal of it.

When I am investigating a health case I tend to look at that which is causing the most "distress" to the person first. Once a person can see that there is improvements with one condition then they're a lot more positive about approaching the next situation.

I shared six months with women looking at health and nutrients for different health conditions, and different systems in the body 2017-2018, and they said what came out of it for them was that they felt positive about the fact that they could change their lives and could improve their health. They felt more empowered due to what we shared. During that time frame two women were also saved from having operative procedure when it wasn't necessary. One of those was told by the medics that she had cancer, when she didn't have it.

Every individual is different and metabolism of people is different too, so it's not a one size fits all. Every case is unique, although you do find some overlaps sometimes.

In some areas of medicine there hasn't been enough research to support operative procedure being necessary.

If there have been any other health threads that you have found helpful, happy for you to link it to this thread.

Heartflowers

If you dare, this will blow your mind, and keep you researching a new way of healing for a long time.  I posted how I cured my life long genetic incurable AS and a lot more with nanoparticles, nootropics and peptides on page 6 and 7 of this thread.
https://the-fringe.com/thread-what_would...ase?page=7
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#35
I did not want to upset the nurses on buzz so I will just post it here. They would have a tizzy fit LOL
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#36
Whose stretching to help their backs?





I think we did that book exercise when I did Alexander Technique.
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(01-02-2019, 12:23 PM)KOMMA Wrote: Whose stretching to help their backs?





I think we did that book exercise when I did Alexander Technique.

I don't cross my legs sitting at the computer, but sitting at the computer gives me a pain in the piriformis muscle. It really hurts this morning. I have to have a massage.

https://www.spine-health.com/conditions/...s-syndrome
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(01-03-2019, 08:37 AM)KOMMA Wrote:
(01-02-2019, 12:23 PM)KOMMA Wrote: Whose stretching to help their backs?





I think we did that book exercise when I did Alexander Technique.

I don't cross my legs sitting at the computer, but sitting at the computer gives me a pain in the piriformis muscle. It really hurts this morning. I have to have a massage.

https://www.spine-health.com/conditions/...s-syndrome

It's always the right buttock too.
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#39
(01-03-2019, 08:40 AM)KOMMA Wrote:
(01-03-2019, 08:37 AM)KOMMA Wrote:
(01-02-2019, 12:23 PM)KOMMA Wrote: Whose stretching to help their backs?





I think we did that book exercise when I did Alexander Technique.

I don't cross my legs sitting at the computer, but sitting at the computer gives me a pain in the piriformis muscle. It really hurts this morning. I have to have a massage.

https://www.spine-health.com/conditions/...s-syndrome

It's always the right buttock too.





"The muscle that likes to cry a lot" Dr Mandell
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#40
(01-03-2019, 08:49 AM)KOMMA Wrote:
(01-03-2019, 08:40 AM)KOMMA Wrote:
(01-03-2019, 08:37 AM)KOMMA Wrote: I don't cross my legs sitting at the computer, but sitting at the computer gives me a pain in the piriformis muscle. It really hurts this morning. I have to have a massage.

https://www.spine-health.com/conditions/...s-syndrome

It's always the right buttock too.





"The muscle that likes to cry a lot" Dr Mandell

It's the muscle that gives you the "pain in the butt" and those "Trump haters", are a "pain in my butt".
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