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Published on 28 Jan 2017

Does inclined bed therapy work? Why does sleeping on a raised bed help to improve health? Can sleeping with your head tilted up 15 cm or 6 inches actually help to prevent disease? Can sleeping on an inclined bed help the body to get rid of disease?

We talk about all this and more with Andrew K. Fletcher. The health benefits of sleeping on an inclined bed are almost too numerous to count. It's pretty compelling when you start doing the research!

Let me know if you start experimenting with inclined bed therapy and what positive (or negative) health affects you have!

Thanks for listening to this show about inclined bed therapy from Mr. Andrew Fletcher himself!

Justin, Kate, Maggie and Charlee

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Justin and Kate
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A truly remarkable scientific discovery explains what Your Doctor Should Know About Sleeping, sitting and circulation and advice about improving your health, well-being,  strength and endurance without drugs.  What are you waiting for?

Inclined bed therapy began 5 thousand years ago in Ancient Egypt and perhaps even further back. It involves tilting your bed, raising it on blocks, books, bricks, or furniture raisers by six inches / 15 cm or more depending on the length of your bed, to  cause your bed frame to be tilted by around 5 degrees

Andrew's discovery in how gravity helps drive our circulation is unprecedented, yet eloquently simple to understand and is explained in great detail on this excellent Internet Radio Interview by Andy Young on Peoples Internet Radio.

Do you wake up feeling refreshed after a good nights sleep or like so many of us, do you struggle to get to sleep and find it uncomfortable and wake up feeling worse in the mornings?

Do you look in the mirror and see a healthy looking face when you get up or do you see puffy eyes?

Do you suffer from migraine headaches and find that the drugs are no use at all? You will find the reasons why in this interview.

Ever wondered how sap rises up tall trees and become confused by the explanations in the text books? Andrew brings a refreshing take on how sap circulates in all plants and trees by harnessing gravity, the very force that science suggests trees struggle against.

He explains how a simple experiment with 6mm bore plastic tubing caused water to flow up a cliff to 24 metres using only a pinch of salt and no pump whatsoever.

Answers to sudden infant death syndrome, parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, varicose veins, edema, back ache, mending broken bones quickly and recovering from a wide range of sports injuries requires gravity.

He also touches on how astronauts in space age ten times faster than here on Earth and enlightens us to how NASA pay $17,000 dollars to encourage young people to spend months on end confined to a bed that is tilted down to induce the same age acceleration faced by astronauts.

This really is a unique gem of an interview that will change how you look at all living species forever.

It will also change how you perceive your own posture, especially when you lay down in your flat bed

You will find Andrew in the forum at http://inclinedbedtherapy.com on Twitter:    thinklateral  and on Facebook  He is happy to help answer all questions so please don't be shy ask away in the comments section.

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31-08-2015 - Sleep + Gravity + Health = Fascinating Radio Andrew K Fletcher Andy Young Inclined Bed Therapy
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16-09-2014 - Andrew Fletcher on One Radio Network, with Patrick Timpone
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23-06-2014 - Andrew Fletcher on One Radio Network, with Patrick Timpone
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Audio issue (one side only) fixed in mp3 file.

09-12-2014 - Andrew Fletcher talking to Clive de Carle
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