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ruthiegirl
Monday, August 20, 2012, 1:51pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I'm glad you figured it out and are on the mend!


Ruth, Single Mother to 19yo   O- Leah , 18yo O- Hannah, and  13yo B+ Jack


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I didn't take the biotin supplement today that also contains the MSM and DMAE. Guess what... the swelling of those two veins above and beside my eye is gone and so it the pain. I called the company. They said everyone reacts differently but I could take the product back and get reimbursed.  


I wish I had noticed your thread earlier. More than 300 mcgs. of biotin will make my head pound so badly that I cannot sleep. And I NEVER have headaches! Besides iodine in a multi, this was the worst reaction I've ever had to a supplement. I also called the company that sold the biotin I took, and they filed a report about it. Later, they began to offer it in lower dosages.


"We are all born ignorant, but one must work hard to remain stupid." -- Benjamin Franklin
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D.L.

What type of improvements have you seen since you started your new diet?
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My fingerprints are coming back, my sinuses don't bother me much as long as I don't eat gluten, dairy, eggs, or soy (until the goldenrod blooms, anyway). I haven't had a migraine in a while. My blood pressure is normal now, sometimes below, as long as I don't eat much salt or get upset. However, I'm still working on the cholesterol and rapid pulse and ridges on my nails and shedding hair and I have really bad varicose veins. Some days my chest hurts, like today. That usually happens when my blood pressure is ok but my pulse is high. For example, right now it is 125/67 with a 97 pulse and my chest hurts. I wasn't 100% compliant today with food.
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I wish I had noticed your thread earlier. More than 300 mcgs. of biotin will make my head pound so badly that I cannot sleep. And I NEVER have headaches! Besides iodine in a multi, this was the worst reaction I've ever had to a supplement. I also called the company that sold the biotin I took, and they filed a report about it. Later, they began to offer it in lower dosages.
Hmmm interesting!! Wish certain people on here would remember we are all individuals Glad there was some response from the company Spring!!

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You never mentioned how you respond to stress relieving exercises.
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Walking on my treadmill and using my bicycle peddles that you sit in a chair to use are both very helpful. I am also a painter and writer, so that also helps with stress, and I am getting back into photography with a new DSLR camera for a hobby.
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Do you feel painting and writing relieves stress? More than the exercise? Does the exercise?

What is your weight like?
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give a try to tens-technique...it helps instantly  


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DoS - It just depends. Some days I have stress thrust upon me that I cannot control, due to other people. Writing, painting, and reading informational stuff take my mind off everything else. When I get involved in my projects, everything else fades away. But I have to be in the mood. On the other hand, the exercise I mentioned is an instantaneous thing for relieving physical and mental stress. But I have to be careful not to overdo it. I can't run right now and I can't lean way over, because that makes my heart act up. I am supposed to weigh about 110, but I am a little over weight since menopause. Since the thyroid produces hormones that regulate metabolism, and mine seems to be quite low, that helps explain the weight gain.
     I hadn't been to the doctor in years. I was quite healthy, except for allergies, until I had that two week bout of virus or flu or something. I didn't go to the doctor then because I was too sick with nausea and severe headache to get out of bed. Everything seemed to go downward heart-wise after that for a while, but now it's going upward with care. I'm not the person I was before, though. I used to imagine I wanted to hike the Appalachian trail, but now I probably should not try. I know someone who did the entire trail and it was rugged even for him. Oh, well. Heavy sigh.  
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I used to imagine I wanted to hike the Appalachian trail, but now I probably should not try. I know someone who did the entire trail and it was rugged even for him. Oh, well. Heavy sigh.  


Don't give up on yourself and your dreams.  The dreams can be gently modified when necessary.

My brother hiked the entire Appalachian train, but over many, many years.  Now he is of an age that all his hiking buddies feel that they are too old.  So he drives to the base of some of his favorite areas on the trail and does day hikes, to the top and back.  



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DoS
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The havoc from this one illness certainly is interesting.

Did you try setting the Genoharmonic to Glycogen removal? The bits of similarity we have certainly bring up some thoughts. AGE (advanced glycogen end-products) are a powerful block on regular body function. They kill metabolism of everything, not just carbohydrates. They seem to inhibit the benefits from foods that should be doing good things. It is just confusing to feel like you are moving in a direction but so slowly that you are going to lose the race. They collect on organs and the cardiovascular system. Bad stuff.

The more I work on it the more mental stability I get, the more my senses work properly, the more digestion starts to come back, etc. I'm working on it now after a fair bit of stress and strange health for two years (not that it was right before that).

If you set it to that Genoharmonic recommendations, the food you eat and can eat will be on it, but it will have specific combination recommendations.

You don't seem to be responding that quickly to the things that are good for you, and barely able to work with things that require metabolism of carbohydrates. The improvements are good but frankly it sounds like you are at a crawl. Hopefully removing AGE's could reduce the work on your heart and get it working better, and tame the rest of your system. I can speak for heart improvements not associated with cholesterol (doesn't seem to be your issue either) within just a few days. Well can't hurt to try! Don't even have to buy new supplements or anything.  
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Fascinating stuff.  Glad you have found an answer and even more important that you are feeling better.
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The havoc from this one illness certainly is interesting.


You don't seem to be responding that quickly to the things that are good for you, and barely able to work with things that require metabolism of carbohydrates. The improvements are good but frankly it sounds like you are at a crawl.  


DoS, you are comparing 26 to 66!

I've had a similar ?virus? to that described by D.L. this year and am gradually improving too.... another 66 - including the face pain which is what brought me to this thread.  

I questioned the possibility of TA because my mother had a similar ?virus? shortly before being diagnosed after she lost her sight in one eye!

Thankfully my face pain has gone now and I'm trying gluten free to lose some weight which seems to be working


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Yeah I'm aware of the age difference and not proud of being 26 being so out of it.
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Yeah I'm aware of the age difference and not proud of being 26 being so out of it.


You're lucky being 'only' 26

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Yeah I'll let you know when I feel young again.
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