So I've been basically sitting in a bedroom for about six months except when I went to doctor's appointments.
My stomach has cleared up a lot but essentially after spending six months and twenty thousand dollars I have the same neurological problems I had when I got here. I'm running out of diagnostic paths to go down. I made appointments with an MS specialist and a naturopath and I guess I'll probably get tested for Lyme again.
I think I might be one of the incurables at this point.
So...I started reading on Lymeflash about people who'd had success -- well who knows what that is -- but people who felt better after Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen treatment. I started researching this because it reminded me of one of Ray's articles about altitude. Then I read another poster who said that when they went on vacation to the mountains they felt better -- almost well.
I'm really tempted to just find an extended stay hotel in the mountains somewhere and stay there for two months because it seems like it would have the same effect.
Maybe. The thing is I can't remember how Ray presented these things and how it is that elevation helps the same way the hyperbaric oxygen helps. Does anyone remember this or what the reasoning was?
What I don't understand with this therapy is that Peat says IIRC that at high altitude the atmospheric pressure is lower so I don't understand this hyperbaric concept