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Bells Palsy 3 years 3 months ago #858

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Has anyone reported recovery or improvement from Bells Palsy using IBT? When I say Bells Palsy, I mean the effects of having had Bells Palsy when nerves to muscles don't work as they should, (damaged etc). I had BP some years ago and have residual effects from it...so I'm curious as to whether IBT will have any effect (Now on 2nd week of sleeping inclined, not quite up to 6 inches).

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Bells Palsy 3 years 3 months ago #861

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The trouble with Bells Palsy is that it can recover at any time, making it difficult to determine whether it has improved quickly or not. That said there have been cases where even after 20 years or more with facial disfigurement improvements in smile and facial expression has been reported following the use of IBT.

I tried to introduce IBT to groups on Facebook but the administrators decided to block the information, delete peoples posts and removed me from the group. This is an all too common reaction to offers of help. I guess they don't like people playing with their ball.

That said I did get positive feedback to questions asking when they first noticed symptoms and first thing in the morning scored the highest. So this indicates that bed rest is implicated.
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Bells Palsy 3 years 3 months ago #862

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Thanks Andrew. Interesting. I'll keep an eye on facial symptoms and report any changes. I'm very aware of the detail of it, so will definitely notice changes. I didn't know it could recover at any time! (I've had the post-effects for about 10 yrs).

Groups on facebook do seem to be very one-topic focussed, so perhaps that may be why introducing new angles and topics are not welcomed.

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Have a guy who is 10 yrs post BP without significant recovery. He has provided photographs over several months showing gradual improvement, he has also had huge improvements in torn rotator cuff (shoulder joint) Have asked if he will provide us with a testimonial.

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Bells Palsy 3 years 3 months ago #864

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That's good! And hopeful too.

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Bells Palsy 3 years 3 months ago #865

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Is that the one also called facial palsy? Have someone that had it appear suddenly around 3 am after feeling thirsty. He took two 15 drop MMS doses 4 hours apart...the malaria dose...massaged his face and was normal by 9 am. It's a virus that infects the nerves...if we mean the same thing. IBT will help I am sure...but sometimes you need more killing power to assist the body. Now almost a year later the patient is still normal...no sign of palsy. Usually I see people taking years to improve. Apparently even very very high vitamin C doses help. Good luck.
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Bells Palsy 3 years 2 months ago #892

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Indeed, yes. When I had it, there were quite a few instances in our locality, so yes, a virus. I had a year of special physio which helped, but some nerves didn't recover.

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