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At the same time I recommended a 633 to a friend who while decidedly not ME/CFS has some circulation problems in her right calf and some sinus congestion that I thought the 633 might help.
The 633 aims at blood irradiation,
I have had a 633 for a couple of years. I had not been able to tolerate it for more than a couple of minutes and after many attempts, put it aside. Now, after reading recent posts, I tried it again and did fine with the full 25 minute cycle. I'll try it again tomorrow, but it is pretty interesting that I can now tolerate it. The only thing I've changed is attempting to treat Lyme and Bartonella in the last 18 months.Maybe it is partly responsible for the slow diminution of my OI.
This is essentially replicating the TTT test, but doing it on a regular basis. Glad it helps for you.stand with their upper backs against a wall and their heels approximately 15cms from the wall with a cushioned 'drop zone'.
I want one of those PoNS units, currently being tried on MS at McGill/Montreal Neuro.
Laser therapy allowed me to return to work - albeit with mild to moderate symptoms - I've also recently had genetic testing via 23andme and organic acid testing and have tailored my diet accordingly - and had a good feeling day last Wed but did too much - "If walking 30 minutes went ok, another 15 will be ok" sort of thing - well, it wasn't - so still learning that less is more lesson.