Inclined Bed Therapy
This is simple, easy, cheap almost free and for most people a very good idea.
You simply raise the head of your bed gradually over a week or a month to 8" above flat which makes the tilt about 5 degrees. Use old books or pieces of wood or whatever.
Heart rate slows approximately 10 pm
Breathing slows approx 4 to 5 pm
legs, ankles and feet get more solid
Back gets stronger
urine is more profuse upon awakening especially in the beginning
sleep is sounder
Back problems and damage will heal quickly
MS, as well as a multitude of other patients report good results
Kidney and liver function improves
I read about it in Nenah Silver's tome: "The Rife Handbook", an excellent book on Rife and other alternative therapies.
Another link http://www.frex.com.au/ibt.html
Here is a quote from Nenah's book PP 302;
"Some people have reported 01reversal of damage to the CNS and peripheral NS including complete spinal cord injuries and nerve damage in chronic progressive MS including damage to the optic nerve. Varicose veins, leg ulcers, oedema, arthritic conditions, lethargy, muscle wastage, (atrophy) and osteoporosis, have all responded well to the therapy.
Some respond in four weeks while others may take four months or more. An improved resistance to infection has also been observed and I am hoping that this will enable people sufering from immune deficient disorders to achieve a stronger rsistance to seasonal viruses and bacteriological infectious organisms. 253 "
I have forgotten the other things we noticed, but this was dreamed up by Andrew K Fletcher of England. His wife, a nurse, tested it out on patients.
Initially there is a period which may last for a week or two or three, in which you may or may not experience problems like headaches, but once that is over you'll see the benefits accrue.
Some people do not do well with it but most ppl do well.
We love it so much that we even bring a set of bed risers that we got at Xcess Cargo that cost about 9 Can. Dollars. Thery are only 5 inches but they come in a set of 4 so we double them up to get 7 " or so.