Breathing Issues With Methylene Blue

Discussion in 'Ask For Help or Advice' started by TheFatKid, Sep 15, 2020.

  1. TheFatKid

    TheFatKid Member

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    after starting to use methylene blue regularly I started getting a weird symptom.
    my back muscles in the middle (specifically under my lungs) got pinched. this made it difficult to breath while trying to sleep.

    first it got pinched on the left side and it became mildly uncomfortable to sleep in any position. I didn't think anything of this at the time, but as I continued supplementing with methylene blue the muscles on the right side got pinched as well and my sleep quality became even worse.

    I was taking between 1-5 mg of methylene blue.

    I decided to stop supplementing methylene blue and it went away.

    recently I decided to start taking aspirin.... and the same symptoms have emerged.

    why does this happen? how do i fix it?
     
  2. Steven Bussinger

    Steven Bussinger Member

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    I don't know this area very well, but my guess is something mitochondrial.
     
  3. rei

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    probably your fascia is starting to become mobile again as the energy levels increase. From fibrotic, collagen-heavy adherent passive layers to active, freely moving normal fascia. Try rolling your shoulders and dangling your feet one by one and see if you can manage to release the lines of tension that have formed.
     
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