Full Member (100+ posts)
Posted - 01/28/2007 : 18:26:11
I notice there aren't many entries here.
I think I know why but I just want to make
some suggestions. I have big troubles with
the pills as do many, many people.
I would say ignore the electro"stimulation".
I have bought a magnetic pillow from [commercial endorsement deleted by administrator]. (Whoever you buy from they should
mention a DR. Philpott, and his work on magnets.)
I bought the insert towards the end of my warp
while only taking low dose Seriquel. It broke
soon after. I do not credit the pillow, but who knows.
The pillow I bought costs $90.00.
If you are used to taking pills this is not going
to sound like a good idea. Can I trust them?
Are they crooks? Don't like the idea of using magnets
on the head...etc. Bottom line NO SIDE EFFECTS for me and for
the people in the Korean and Australian research.
They are useful in reducing auditory hallucinations.
They are using TCM which involves a wire to different
areas on the surface of the head.
The glycine and Alpha Lipoic Acid and the Vit. C/E make sense
to me along with the omega 3. A GOOD probiotic-not easy to
find-is good for that "second brain" know as the digestive
track. (Before my attack I had a tremendous digestive
These are "passive" methods. They involve expense
but no effort just like the pills but w/o the side effects.