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Introduction/ question "silent reflux".

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1 year 1 week ago - 1 year 1 week ago #1278 by Jasonm
Jasonm created the topic: Introduction/ question "silent reflux".
Hi, this is my first post here. I was recently diagnosed with "silent reflux". The doctor suggested I incline my bed. I did some research thinking inclining my bed would be bad for the heart but from what I read here I'm sold! I inclined my bed 3 inches for 10 days and now it's at 6 inches. I haven't noticed any changes yet but I know it takes time. Hopefully this will help the reflux and some lower back issues. My question is if there has been any measured difference in brain wave activity during inclined sleeping? Thanks.
Jason
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1 year 1 week ago #1279 by Andrew
Andrew replied the topic: Introduction/ question
Welcome to the forum Jason.

We have not yet had the luxury of being able to measure brainwaves during IBT. That said, there have been many reports of lucid dreams, dreams where you appear to be able to control the direction they move in. This is an obvious marker for improved brain activity.
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Might I suggest you look into chewing orange peel regularly to release limonene, which is currently being investigates as the cure for acid problems. Peppermint oil or tea is also excellent.

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1 year 1 week ago #1282 by Jasonm
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Thanks for the reply Andrew. I will look into orange peel and keep you posted of improvement in my symptoms.
Jason
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