Meh. May have worked better if caught earlier. Still may as well give it a try. Look at his entire stack and read all his blog posts.
May as well also add in the scalp massages and some topical (SSKI/iodine-protocol? MSM lotion? Something..).
Haha, "meh" is how I feel about losing it. I have one of those lucky head shapes that looks good bald/shaved. I dodged one bullet. I may not put extra effort into my scalp. Having a microneedler makes roughing up the tough tissue more convenient. I swear I get smarter after a session (more circulation in the whole body fascia net actually) but I'm still highly aversive to getting pricked. If scalp work ultimately increases thinking ability, then absolutely, I'll do anything. Speaking of anything, I bought Bowle's book on Amazon and he says a couple friends got shingles ramping up the dose and stopped -- but between Alzheimer's and shingles (he claims the hair re-growth and thickening was a side effect!) he'd pick shingles. I guess, me too. I've learned to survive as a brain on a dried out meat stick (that's a metaphor, though jerky is great) so whatever happens to my body is a gift to my brain for not killing me (edit: I am impressed with the dosages Jeff is using and the apparent safety AND his professional enthusiasm, I don't think it would be much risk to hit the anti-AD dose of 120mg+). I don't have Alzheimer's but I do have an incredible block in the center of my head and a complete lack of spontaneous thought. It is all "gummed up" in there. Truth be told I went ahead and took 20 mg melatonin so far today. That part of my head now "participates" in a stretch and isn't seized up as much. If it continues to loosen, I can only imagine positive effects on my scalp, which feels not as glued to my head as before.