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Aches Pains in Joints Soreness in lower back 1 night of IBT

October 3, 2014 @ 4:53 am Kimmy

One Radio Network ORN Listeners Write to Patrick about their experiences using Inclined Bed Therapy.

I listened to an earlier show, writes Kimmmy with Andrew Fletcher and his Inclined Bed Therapy
I slept well, but I began waking most mornings with aches and pains in the joints. Soreness in lower back and neck. This has been going on for some weeks, so I got my husband to set up the bed head on six inches blocks of wood from 27th June 2014. Immediately the next morning I woke up with no joint pain at all and from 28th June to this day I have not been troubled by any pain after sleeping in the inclined position and my husband is snoring less and not as noisily. Thanks to Andrew and Patrick.

https://oneradionetwork.com/health/andrew-k-fletcher-results-inclined-bed-therapy-follow-show-september-15

Kimmy
United States

Posted Date : 06-09-2017

Psoriatic arthritis using IBT

penny psoriatic arthritis womans realm ibtPenny Meredith Has Psoriatic Arthritis
Read her Reported Improvements From Using Inclined Bed Therapy (IBT) Feature in Woman's Realm Magazine March 3rd 1998
Keep Your Head Up

How angling your bed can improve your health
Three years ago, if anyone had suggested to Penny Meredith that something as simple as propping up the head of her bed could radically improve her quality of life, she wouldn't have believed them. However, today 54-year-old Penny is a firm believer in the practice. Penny, a divorcee from Paignton, Devon, with three grown-up children, has had psoriasis since the age of 18. When she was in her early 30s, she developed psoriatic arthropathy, a painful arthritic condition. 'As time progressed, the pain and stiffness grew worse,' remembers Penny, who runs a guest house. 'I took painkillers and anti-inflammatory drugs which took the edge off the pain, but they upset my stomach, so I preferred to do without them if I could. Then, about eight years ago, my condition deteriorated considerably.
'I also work as an auxiliary nurse, which can be quite physical, and it got to the point where I was so stiff, I thought I'd have to give up. It was very depressing.' Then, in October 1995, a visitor to Penny's guest house told her about an inventor he'd met called Andrew Fletcher, who was achieving amazing improvements in people's health, just by raising the head of their beds a few
inches. Penny contacted him and asked him to visit.
He explained his theory by saying that, by lying flat, we're not making use of gravity -the force that powers our vital bodily functions. By raising the head of the bed six inches, so that the entire body is tilted, the circulation and the metabolic rate are speeded up and fluid flows naturally through the body. Andrew had conducted _____ experiments
involving about 300 people with various health problems, from varicose veins to multiple sclerosis. In almost every case, sleeping at an angle improved their symptoms.
'What Andrew was saying made sense to me,' says Penny. That night I propped the head of my bed up with two house bricks. Next day, I had no pain at all and was able to move normally for the first time in years.'
Penny continues to be pain-free and mobile, and is so impressed by what angled sleep has done for her that she's bought an angled bed, made by Oasis Concepts.
'I won't risk going back to the way I was,' she says. 'In fact, if I stay at someone else's house I prop up the head of my bed with books or phone directories - anything to get that tilt!'  Penny is now pain free.

Penny Meredith
Paignton
Devon
United Kingdom

Posted Date : 30-08-2017

Posture

Am in my 70s.  Have been sleeping inclined six inches ( two bricks) for two years now.  Would not go back to flat bed after this.  Deeep sleep, lucid dreams, have not  been to Osteopath or Chiropractor since starting IBT, because every night is like a treatment stretching my spine.  My posture has improved and I find it easy to stand and walk more erect whereas before I always charged along with head forward and neck bent.  Surprisingly, it has not helped leg issues like small veins or feet swelling but the quality of sleep is wonderful!  Told my neighbour about it and with just two inches raised, he said straight away he went from three trips to the toilet during the night, to once only.

Maria
Canberra
A.C.T.
Australia

www.emofree.com Posted Date : 25-08-2017

Degenerated Hip and Back Arthritis


    I ORGINALLY ASKED GOD FOR HELP BECAUSE OF PAIN FROM MY DEGENERATED HIP AND BACK, I HAD TO SIT ON BOARD ON CAR SEAT WITH PILLOW ON TOP + BOARD ON MY BACK WITH PILLOW AGAINST THIS BOARD. I ALSO HAD TO GET OUT OF OUR CAR EVERY HOUR TO GET SOME RELIEF. MY DAUGHTER PUT OUR NEXUS MAGAZINE NEXT TO ME TO READ, RIGHT AFTER ABOUT 2 HOURS OF PRAYER AND MEDITATION, { I WAS IN TEARS AT THIS TIME }. I OPENED THIS MAY - APRIL, 2016 NEXUS, ON PAGE 17 I SAW INCLINED BED THERAPY. I COULD NOT FIND ANYWERE THAT FLETCHER WAS MAKING MONEY OFF THIS, SO I BUILT THIS INCLINED BED RIGHT AWAY. MY DAUGHTER WAITED 2 WEEKS BECAUSE I HAVE TRIED SO MANY THINGS OVER 3 YEARS TO GET HELP, BUT NOTHING WORKED. I AM 77 YEARS OLD AND FIRST NIGHT WITHIN 20 MINUTES MY PAIN WAS GONE.  


    AFTER 2 TO 3 MONTHS I CAN SIT IN OUR CAR SEAT WITHOUT PAIN, NOW IT IS OVER 6 MONTHS AND I AM BETTER THAT I HAVE BEEN IN OVER 10 YEARS.
    MY DAUGHTER STARTED USING THIS INCLINED 2 WEEKS LATER SINCE SHE SAW SO MUCH IMPROVEMENT, IN SUCH SHORT TIME. 
    HOPE YOU HAVE SIMULAR RESULTS.
                                    HERMAN G. MEINKE 
                                     JANUARY 11, 2017

HERMAN G. MEINKE
United States

Farmington, MI 48336
MI 48336
United States

http://www.treehouseforearthschildren.com/wellness-programs Posted Date : 02-08-2017

Osteoarthritis, back and hip pains

I love Inclined Bed Therapy too. I started doing it January 1st and besides sleeping great each night I notice my dreams are more vivid and memorable which could also mean my brain is having an easier time restoring itself due to gravity and blood flow. Maybe that might help prevent Alzheimers in the long run.I used to wake up on a flat bed with shoulder, back and hip pains, but those have been steadily diminishing, and at this rate I think I just may regain my ability to run again. This experience suggests that it could help so many with back and osteo-arthritic problems, and certainly Dr. Mercola should do an article on it. We know too much sitting is bad and sleep is good, but sleeping flat and then waking up feeling pained and cramped in your joints is bad too, and I am happy I stumbled upon this better way.

The mattress industry just wants to sell you a new $2,000 mattress each year, but all you really need is two bed raisers, or books to raise your bed about five or six inches. I think the pull of gravity when sleeping on an incline also keeps the bowels from stagnating, and blood circulation flowing freely to every cell of the body. In short, Inclined Bed Therapy is probably the most important thing I have I have learned in probably my whole life, and I think it could help many people, and cure many problems that people have, and make their nights restful and restorative too, and I thank you for your post, and hope Dr. Mercola writes some articles on it in the future.

Source: Link to comments on Dr Mercola's site
Posted On 5/28/2016 7:33:08 AM

 

Jeffry Bowers
Posted Date : 05-09-2016

Arthritis and age related health

Hello,
You may remember meeting us last September in Brixham. You commented on the discolouration of her ankles. At the same time I was suffering badly with my right hip and had great difficulty getting in and out of my car/bed/ walking due to pain.
We raised our bed as recommended and since then I have found a massive improvement in walking etc. I still get some pain at times but I am much more mobile. My wife's ankles are improved but still a bit blotchy.
We will continue to keep the bed raised and hope for continued improvement.I feel reasonably fit but expect some discomfort at nearly 80 years old.
Thank you for your advice.
Anne and Peter
Anne and Peter
United Kingdom

Posted Date : 28-02-2016