I first read about IBT because I thought it was about Irritable Bowels and I thought it was some type of new therapy for the bowels. Well, it turned out to be about my bowels afterall.
I decided to try the incline for my constant muscle pain. I didn't have anything to lose; just some books to put under my bed. My bed is only raised 3" at this point. I need someone to lift the bed so I can add the additional inches and finding that someone has proved to be difficult.
My pain is still constant, however, my bowels are now 100% better. For four years straight I had diarrhea almost every day. If I went anywhere, I wore an adult diaper garment. On Dec. 18, 2016 my bed was raised 3 inches. One Dec. 19th I did not have diarrhea. Today is Feb. 26, 2017 and I have not had any bowel issues since I raised my bed. This is amazing to me and totally unexpected.
I just wanted to share what a little bit of incline can do for you. I am looking forward to finding out what the 6" incline will do for me. I might have to go to the store and buy a couple of car jacks and get my bed at the correct height.
Jo has had years of trouble with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) we've tried everything natural, but she doesn't have a bowel movement for 3 days at a time, and her record is 9 days.
The very morning after I inclined the bed she had a bowel movement as soon as she got up and again later on in the afternoon and she has been regular every day since, apart from the night we slept on the flat hotel bed in Glasgow.
But the morning after we slept back in our own inclined bed and she started being regular again. So from sharing your knowledge you have cured her of bloat, constipation and pain. Obviously she feels better for this as she was always fatigued and uncomfortable. So we both thank you for this and maybe you could pass that info on to Andrew K fletcher.
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