24 Oct 15:13
light therapy sounds promising
interesting enough I saw this about ultrasound therapy for Alzheimer's both are plaque related.
both basically are mechanical processes ..
which makes me go.... how about you?
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24 Oct 16:04
I completely agree. I keep looking for a way to cure my psoriasis from the source. I loath just treating symptoms.
24 Oct 16:13
hello will, i know what you are saying i think , youcould be right,though, i have never looked into that side of it will, maybe i will will thanks :)
I don't know anything about Al heifers but the biggest problem I found with UV treatment was being able to commit the time. Even though sessions were only lasting seconds up to minutes, they were telling me weekly for at least six months. I've never had a job that would be okay with that much time off.
24 Oct 16:22
Any one tried blue light
24 Oct 16:36
i am a plumber will,i wish i could fix my leaky gut,be problem solved wouldnt it :)
24 Oct 16:56
maybe the answer is take plenty of laxatives to get the waste out of the body before it gets a chance for the toxins to make there way to the skin, i have heard of someone doing this,apparently, it did help?my answer is, try not to put toxins in yourself if you can,i flush out more now since i done lifestyle or diet changes, i dont get a build up in my stomach of foods,flushing out as much as possible seems to help,my plumbing is pretty good now i think :)
24 Oct 17:43
all thats beyond me will :)
25 Oct 11:49
That should have been Alzheimers, not AI heifers. I have the world's first dyslexic spell checker.
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