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Jjchia58@optonline.net

USA
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Posted - 09/21/2018 :  08:39:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I am curious since TMS is the brain depriving muscle or an area of oxygen, has any one tried taking oxygen from a tank and seeing if it helps? I know this is not recommended as a way to deal with TMS. I am having a hard time, as i have severe neck pain at times, migraine and vertigo. Meds help intermittently, but I thought if I could get some O2 it would help.

Any thoughts or experiences?

Thanks,



JJC

tennis tom

USA
4565 Posts

Posted - 09/21/2018 :  09:20:25  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have an acquaintance who owns a hyperbaric facility, and I've thought of trying out the hyperbaric chamber experience--on further TMS reflection, I decided that I'd rather spend the time playing tennis, that it would be more fun and likely send more o2 to my arthritic hip. If you peruse my BIO here, I've experimented with about every "sure cure" from A to Z, including : alopathic medical, complementary medicine, homeopathy, naturopathy, ayeurvedia, and voo-doo. A hyperbaric chamber would probably be a life saver, if you're a scuba diver and get the bends.

But--if what you have is TMS, and if the "white-coats" can't find anything wrong with you to structurally hang their DX on, then the best thing you can do is lock yourself up on a couch with a TMS book until the TMS KNOWLEDGE PENICILLIN sinks into your sub-c. Any relief you would get by treating the TMS distractive symptom, rather then the underlying psychological rage producing TMS emotional cause(s) : (LIFE), would be short-lived.

If it's TMS, then in my opinion, a hyperbaric chamber treatment may temporarily increase the o2 flow to your body part, but it would likely be short lived. If it affected a "cure", without dealing with the underlying emotional causes of the sub-c rage, then the "symptom imperative", would create a new TMS symptom as a distraction.

Treating TMS by only treating the anatomical symptoms, and not the root emotional cause(s), is like playing a game of whack-a-mole with your sub-conscious. As soon as you rid yourself of one symptom, a new TMS symptom distractor will pop up, and you're back inside the circle of pain--your sub-C wins. You need to take CONSCIOUS control of your mindbody health, not allowing your sub-C to be swayed by the collective meme.

If understanding TMS theory through reading and studying the many A-V materials available through purchase and over the internet is not working for you, then consult with a TMS physician or practitioner for help to get you on the right track. Any treatments that focus on the physical will last only as long as you get back to the parking lot and into traffic. Might as well eat an ice cream cone or drink a glass of wine to make you feel better, it'll be a lot cheaper.

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"It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." Jiddu Krishnamurti

"Pain is inevitable; suffering is optional." Author Unknown

“You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation” – Plato

"Happy People Are Happy Putters." Frank Nobilo, Golf Analyst

"Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint." Mark Twain and Balto

"The hot-dog is the noblest of dogs; it feeds the hand that bites it." Dr. Laurence Johnston Peter

"...the human emotional system was not designed to endure the mental rigors of a tennis match." Dr. Allen Fox

"Where ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise" - Thomas Gray

"All my friends in Los Angeles are the sensitive type. They all have like all the diseases like Chronic Fatigue, Epstien Barr, Fibromyalgia. Like all the diseases where the only symptoms seem to be you had a really crappy childhood and at the prospect of full time work ya feel kinda achy and tired."

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"Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthuisam."
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"If it ends with "itis" or "algia" or "syndrome" and doctors can't figure out what causes it, then it might be TMS." Dave the Mod

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John Sarno, MD
400 E 34th St, New York, NY 10016
(212) 263-6035

Dr. Sarno is now retired, if you call this number you will be referred to his associate Dr. Rashbaum.

"...there are so many things little and big that are tms, I wouldn't have time to write about all of them": Told to icelikeaninja by Dr. Sarno



Here's the TMS practitioners list from the TMS Help Forum:
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Edited by - tennis tom on 09/24/2018 08:09:06
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Jjchia58@optonline.net

USA
4 Posts

Posted - 09/22/2018 :  08:27:13  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I know you are right. Thanks for the clarity!

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TAKE THE HOLMES-RAHE STRESS TEST
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holmes_and_Rahe_stress_scale

Some of my favorite excerpts from _THE DIVIDED MIND_ :
http://www.tmshelp.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=2605

==================================================

"It is no measure of health to be well adjusted to a profoundly sick society." Jiddu Krishnamurti

"Pain is inevitable; suffering is optional." Author Unknown

“You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation” – Plato

"Happy People Are Happy Putters." Frank Nobilo, Golf Analyst

"Be careful about reading health books. You may die of a misprint." Mark Twain and Balto

"The hot-dog is the noblest of dogs; it feeds the hand that bites it." Dr. Laurence Johnston Peter

"...the human emotional system was not designed to endure the mental rigors of a tennis match." Dr. Allen Fox

"Where ignorance is bliss, 'tis folly to be wise" - Thomas Gray

"All my friends in Los Angeles are the sensitive type. They all have like all the diseases like Chronic Fatigue, Epstien Barr, Fibromyalgia. Like all the diseases where the only symptoms seem to be you had a really crappy childhood and at the prospect of full time work ya feel kinda achy and tired."

Posted by Skizzik @ TMSHelp from comedian Maria Bamford

"Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthuisam."
Sir Winston Churchill

======================================================

"If it ends with "itis" or "algia" or "syndrome" and doctors can't figure out what causes it, then it might be TMS." Dave the Mod

=================================================


TMS PRACTITIONERS:

John Sarno, MD
400 E 34th St, New York, NY 10016
(212) 263-6035

Dr. Sarno is now retired, if you call this number you will be referred to his associate Dr. Rashbaum.

"...there are so many things little and big that are tms, I wouldn't have time to write about all of them": Told to icelikeaninja by Dr. Sarno



Here's the TMS practitioners list from the TMS Help Forum:
http://www.tmshelp.com/links.htm

Here's a list of TMS practitioners from the TMS Wiki:
http://tmswiki.org/ppd/Find_a_TMS_Doctor_or_Therapist



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JJC
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tennis tom

USA
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Posted - 09/22/2018 :  09:46:22  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Cheers,
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