I came across this yesterday, by accident, and thought it warranted my attention. The claims are big and im still on the fence, having tried it for only 16 hours thus far, but its definitely done more than a little. Whether it'll come back to bite me i don't know but my digestion was a quite bit better yesterday. It does say that with hyper-mobility you should go slow and raise the back of the bed an inch at a time, till you reach 6...or maybe less depending on comfort/discomfort. It feels more natural and the energy "pooling" i get in my chest, when i lie horizontal, was very much less...that could change of course. I have found there to be a problem with my general downward flow of energy, or grounding, since becoming ill, and this seems to address that to a noticeable extent. It'd be cool if one or others tried it, all cautions and contra-indications taken into account from the link, and reported experiences. Takes over a week to stabilize on it and folk round here should go very slow if they're inclined to try it. I only slept 4 hours last night, and feel that a fair bit has happened inside, so i might have pushed the envelope going strainght to 5 inches. IBT> http://www.frex.com.au/ibt.html I dislike starting threads as im no host but felt i had to share this. I'll probably be warning against next week but i like to experiment and this is easy peasy to do. Please make sure you do it safely and robustly if you try it as a 6 inch drop during sleep can't be good and might injure..and maybe ask someone else to prop it up. Ive used bricks for now. My digestion is so poor that I can only process food whilst lying dow. If i sit up nothing happens and it all ferments and i have more symptons. Lying down as such has been necessary but always felt too flat/horizontal and then there was the energy pooling in my chest i mentioned earlier. A few times over the past few years ive had the thought to prop up my bed at the head end but never did it. The other day i tried doing similar with pillows behind me but didn't work and then stumbled on this yesterday...or it found me.