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  1. Hi Pebbles, et al, Thank you for your input. I'm not sure what specific type of manipulation you refer to above but I am THRILLED to say that it worked for me and seems to be holding. I had my first Blair Upper Cervical correction Thurs, Jan 26th, 2017. My CH always came on when falling asleep in a horizontal position (bed, couch, whatever). As a result the only way I could get even minimal relief was to sleep sitting or propped almost vertical on pillows and foam wedges. That Thursday, the day of my treatment, I came home and laid flat on my back on the bed. I slept for a little over an hour with NO CH !!! I have now had 5 full nights sleeping like a normal person with no episodes of CH ! OMG it's a miracle. While it's true that no single type of treatment (drugs, therapies, etc.) works for everyone, I can't be happier that my suffering has been eased, actually eliminated, at the present time. I have tried lots of other things as many CH sufferers have and I'm elated to have found something that is working. I was given the book What Time Tuesday? by James Tomasi which is about his life with Trigeminal Neuralgia (also a "suicide disease"). His life was subsequently changed with Upper Cervical treatments. You can read his story on the website http://whattimetuesday.com/ My best to everyone here and I pray for your eventual release from pain. Warmest regards
  2. Hi Moto - Ditto the congrats on the wedding. Much happiness is wished for you and your bride. This won't help before the wedding but afterwards check out treatment through http://blairchiropractic.com/For-New-Patients A little bit about why is listed below. I am starting with a Blair trained doctor this week and have high hopes for this. From all my research to date be sure you are seeing a Blair technique practitioner who has been trained in the 3-D imaging. Best regards. ABOUT UPPER CERVICAL The two bones at the top of the neck make up the Upper Cervical Spine, the Atlas (C1) and the Axis (C2). The most moveable area of the spine and also an area through which much of your nervous system must pass, it is crucial to correct the many subluxations that occur here. Nerves passing through here supply very large areas of the body as well as your brain, head, and face. Subluxations here can result in headaches, facial palsy, sinus trouble, allergies, fatigue, crossed eyes, and dizziness as well as an alteration to a large variety of body functions. The Vagus nerves also pass through this area. This pair of very large, important nerves can be seriously affected by upper cervical subluxations, resulting in alteration of the parasympathetic nervous system function. Vagus nerves control the function of many of the organs in your chest (including the heart, lungs, esophagus, stomach, gallbladder, and small intestines), swallowing, and your vocal cords. As a result of the location of the Upper Cervical Spine and the many nerves passing through it on their way to support function throughout the body, subluxations in this area are potentially very serious and should be addressed immediately.
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