Gout, Inflamation, Uric acid
I've been on IBT for sixteen months to the writing of this testimonial. At first I was definitely skeptical of any sort of therapy, but I figured the best way to know was to try it. I mostly wanted to try this because people have sworn that it alleviates inflammatory attacks in their body. It makes sense that with improved circulation and the sorts of bodily filtration that's aided by gravity occurring with this, can improve blood composition as well as functions.
I've yet to actually test any longer term effects on my body, but the more noticeable ones are just overall feeling of wellness when you wake up even after a bad night of sleep or say when you've had much to drink. I rarely get those bad hangovers, instead I feel more effectively hydrated than I did sleeping on a flat surface.
When it comes to inflammatory attacks, it's been a great response. I had usually suffered chronic bouts of gout flares. I've dealt and maintained it with antiinflammatories and allopurinol. Without having much done physical exercise and with an unimproved diet, I haven't experienced an inflammatory attack for a while even after being off of allopurinol for months. Can I definitively say that IBT helped me get rid of gout? No, but I'm saying better circulation certainly did a part in preventing attacks, by making sure my circulation is kept at a constant flow and balancing any excess acids that may contribute. My blood panel as well as lipid panels have been improved according to my doctor since my last visit before I've started this. I've yet to determine if in the longer term, this applies, but I definitely encourage sufferers of gout to try this and see if they feel the same experiences. I'm looking forward to making another testimony in a bout a year or two after adding another inch to my inclination.
Posted Date : 27-03-2016