Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by thegirlwiththedog, Apr 4, 2011.
Hey GIrl do u have fibromyalgia by any chance?
hi there, i'm quite new to this site. i've been posting a few times on the alternative therapy section and then noticed this thread. i'm a male in my 50s and had me since just before i was 20. i've made a big effort over the years to travel a bit, trying to enjoy holidays in southern europe. Although i didn't really feel any better on the holiday as a whole i'd always found going in the sea REALLY invigorating, just splashing about in the waves. you don't have to swim, it certainly worked for me. shame it's not more long lasting. would be interesting to know what changes in the body are taking place!
Some potentially useful references here, particularly the first (although it would have been better if results had been reported) :
i noticed the same in me...but i think it's because of the freshness or cold water that immediatly changes blood circulation..in fact when i go in to cold-fresh water i feel much better and also in winter When it's cold i feel better. i saw a video on youtube of a guy with multiples sclerosis wich showed him before swimming with evident impairment in moving and after swimming in the sea he went out the water and it look normal!!!! infact he couldn'y explain this strange thing and was asking for every doctor watching that video to take in consideration this strange matter.
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