Introduction to IBT
Deanna has suffered with ruptured vertebrae and excruciating pain since she injured her back. IBT has helped Deanna recover her health and life.
This is Deanna Castro here, I want to tell you about this amazing thing that I have found, called Inclined Bed Therapy.
A man named Andrew K Fletcher, he invented it, he discovered it. And what it is is that you raise the head of your bed six inches and with that all kinds of things are healed.
I have seven disks that are bulging, three in my neck and four in my back.
And a man in a wheelchair who couldn't walk and who was told he would never walk again is up and walking.
So I figured if Inclined Bed Therapy or (IBT) could do that for him, what would it do for me?
And I have been doing it for 4 nights now and I have noticed a lot, my skin is clearer
There is oh my neck feels so much better.
As I move throughout the day, my neck has been gently popping and it feels really good.
I am more rested, I am having more dreams, not necessarily bad ones, just dreams and when I do lay flat, I laid on the floor the other day and I noticed that my chest was super heavy and my heart had to work so much harder.
Miracle of medicine
JUST by raising their beds with a few blocks of wood, or some house bricks, scores of spinal injury sufferers say that they have noticed a dramatic improvement in their conditions. But how can such a simple method seem to succeed where conventional medicine has failed Chief reporter ANTHONY ABBOTT looks at the apparent phenomenon of the Naturesway Sleep System:
DELIGHTED John Cann is standing on his own two feet again after eight years of paralysis in his legs and he is convinced its all down to a simple bed treatment.
John had no feeling in his legs for eight years after an operation went wrong, but following two years of treatment using a raised bed method pioneered in the West Country, he has got the feelings back in his legs and now is determined to walk.
The 69-year-old is amazed at the effect the simple treatment has had over the past two years and has urged other people to try it for themselves.I raised the bed and that night I had no pain at all, he said. I had been going until about three in the morning and then had to have an injection to get back to sleep. Now I make a point of standing up with my standing frame every day while I watch the news in the evenings to build up my strength. I never give up and now I have set myself the next aim to go for. I am going to walk unaided. I may need cr-utches and then sticks, but I am going to walk again.
Former engineer Andrew Fletcher, who invented the Naturesway Sleep System six years ago, said that he was astonished when he visited John at his home in Gunnislake to see him standing. He says that many people have benefitted from the simple treatment of raising the head of their beds a few inches, but in the case of John it had been very dramatic. It was just incredible, said Andrew. I was nearly in tears. Here was a man who was told there was nothing that could be done for him; had felt nothing for eight years and then in the last two years has got feeling back in his legs. John, a former commercial diver who served in the Army, was keen on rugby and canoeing until the operation left him paralysed. He was told that however much movement he had after two years, there would be no further improvement that was until he tried the bed-raising technique. But as the months went on, he noticed pains travelling through his legs and realised that it was the nerves regenerating. After all this pain, I noticed I was getting more and more feeling back and found I could flex muscles I had not been able to flex before, said John. The only things that do not hurt are my ankles, and my right knee is not very strong. I can stand, but only using my standing frame at the moment. Andrew has now arranged for John to use a parachute harness that will fully support his legs, and a rail is being fitted to a wall at his home so that he can move around on his feet more often. Andrew said that many people were sceptical about the effects of the raised bed method and it had not worked for everyone. But he added: If it can do that for John, what cant it do for the rest of us I say go out in the garden, grab a couple of house bricks and give it a go.
ON THE MEND: John Cann is standing again Pictures: Steve Porter
Diabetes type 1 and Inclined Bed Therapy
Had some good news yesterday from a lady who became type 1 diabetic after being given huge doses of steroids without anyone informing what they were administering, why they where giving it and what potential damage they can cause. Her pancreas had completely failed the day after and produced no insulin. She was told it would not recover and for four years since they were looking to be correct about her prognosis. She is in her late sixties.
Recently she has been noticing that she needs less and less insulin and most of the time needs none at all.
During a check up a few days ago, a doctor has advised her that her pancreas has begun to produce insulin again and that she will most likely not have to take it at all for much longer. Most of the time she takes a blood reading it is normal and she takes no insulin, sometimes 2 or 3 units. Before she took 15 to 20 units and more. Now that's a result worthy of a study
"However in some unfortunate people the beta cells of the pancreas have been destroyed to the point where there are not enough left and they now have diabetes for life and need injected insulin."
‘So many people have blind faith in their doctors. I wonder what would have happened if I hadn’t questioned my treatment — and whether many other people are on lifelong insulin unnecessarily.’
Inclined Bed Therapy (IBT) has helped many more people with spinal cord injuries since this video was first shown on the local News. But it is not specific to Spinal cord injuries and has helped people with multiple sclerosis, ccsvi, parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy, psoriasis,varicose veins, oedema,leg ulcer, poor circulation, and many more conditions during 17 years of research.
On the forum, you will find evidence to support this statement from people who have simply tilted their beds.
There is a disturbing move towards assisted deaths amongst politicians and the medical health industry. Assisted Suicide may be a choice for some, but "Assisted Life" is by far the better alternative!
Assisted death is and always has been practiced with the Liverpool Pathway (Slowly killing a person by not giving that patient food or water) And the removal of pillows to lay a person flat, which accelerates death in patients who according to the administrators are beyond hope. These practices are often spoken of but seldom can be found written in literature.
I have wittnessed the removal of pillows from a patient who was terminally ill, by nurses several years ago and death followed within minutes.
Instead of injecting lethal chemicals into patients shouldn't we first try injecting some common sense into our Health Care?
If placing a patient flat can accelerate their death, should we be doing something about all of the patients who are cared for on flat beds?
Inclined Bed Therapy (IBT) has been shown to help restore a patients health when all "conventional help" has failed. Many irreversible and serious medical conditions have positively responded to avoiding sleeping on a flat bed, something that many people do every night and will never think to question how safe sleeping on a flat bed is until it's detrimental de-conditioning effects are felt.
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