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Fibromyalgia. think it's all in your head. it may be in your skin too Fibromyalgia patients' pain might stem from smallfiber polyneuropathy A report in Helio showed that almost half of patients diagnosed with fibromyalgia tested positive for smallfiber polyneuropathy, a peripheral nerve disease that might cause their chronic widespread pain, according to recent study results. Until now, there has been no good idea about what causes fibromyalgia, but now we have evidence for some but not all patients, researcher Anne Louise Oaklander, MD, PhD, director of the Nerve Injury Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital's neurology department, said in a.
Shocking Before and After Fitness Transformation in 5 Hours EXPOSED! Furious Pete
We've all seen these pictures in magazines, on the internet, everywhere of people going from a certain physique either fat or really skinny to a very muscular physique. Most of the time it's very hard to believe that a certain supplement or maybe training program can really make you do the exact same thing if you follow the exact program. Now before I get started, I just want to make it clear that the pictures that I showed had nothing to do with his tutorial. I want to make it perfectly clear that the physiques that were altered or were.
Transformed in those pictures may have actually been the result of the programs advertised. The reason I'm saying this is because I simply don't want to get sued by those people. Now without further ado, I'm going to show You how I went from this physique To this physique in less than five hours. Now the first step in this tutorial is to reverse the process. That's right we're going to do the after picture first and the before picture after. So here we go! First thing that we have to do is go to the gym. Make sure you do.
As many bicep curls, triceps push downs, and chest presses. Make sure you are as vascular humanely possible. Next, jump into a tanning bed and get as tanned up as possible. you want that vascularity to show as much as possible. When you're all done with that tanning bed, go straight home and set up some really good lighting in your basement. Now to prove that this tutorial really is legitimate I'm showing you the date on a CNN website when I take the after picture. here it is Now grab a dumbbell one more time and really pump it up just so you have that extra.
Vascularity before you take your after picture. Next grab a bottle of PAM. that's right, that good old cooking spray and spray the hell out of yourself now you're all shinny. Beautiful. Get ready for a your after picture. there's the after pictures, not so horrible but we can make that better with a little bit of photoshop Not a huge difference but still a very noticeable difference. Now that the after picture is done we're ready to do the before picture, the fun part. For the before picture we want.
To put ourselves into a fat blob mindset. Take two hours off you worked hard to do those after pictures just rest up and then make sure that vascularity is disappearing. Grab some canned Beefaroni. Make sure it's really high in sodium, we're really trying to retain that water. Grab a bag of chips and down all of them. get kettle cooked, they got extra oil and salt on them. Next step, grab yourself a bottle of pop A two liter bottle or even more is preferable. A diet pop actually works better because.
It has more carbonation, therefore making your stomach even bigger. When you're done with your pop grab some chocolate milk this shit will bloat the hell out of you after that diet pop. Believe it or not you're ready to go. once again I'm showing you guys the date on the CNN website which actually shows less than a five hour difference between the two shots. You can see I look fat as hell compared with the other picture so without further ado let's take a couple snapshots there you have it guys.
Check out my before and after picture now five hours apart that's pretty crazy what you can do with your body and with a little bit of photoshop. I just wanted to show you guys that anything is really possible in this world nowadays and don't believe everything that you see with your eyes. Once again the transformation pictures that I showed you guys earlier have no reflection really on this tutorial just showing you guys examples of really crazy transformations and ya I don't want to get sued. Let me know if you liked the tutorial and don't forget to subscribe.
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Does Pot help autoimmune disease Next. Medical Marijuana May Be Effective Treatment For Autoimmune Diseases. Thomas Carannante writing in Science World Report revealed that researchers at the University of South Carolina have conducted a study in mice that analyzed the effects of THC in marijuana on patients with autoimmune diseases because the drug has previously shown to have an immunomodulatory activity. In this study's case, the researchers found that the application of marijuana has the ability to suppress an immune response to treat autoimmune diseases, such as arthritis, lupus, colitis, multiple.
When you originally presented to the office you presented with very very intense neck pain, shoulder pain and arm weakness. Upon MRI observation we understood that you had a disc herniation in your neck. How have you responded to treatment here in our office and what's been your experience here in our clinic I responded well, it took a little bit longer than I had originally hoped but three months after treatment began I have no pain and I'm getting the strength back in my arm and am now ready to start resuming.
All the activities that I stopped three months ago. Congratulations on your results and I know you're looking forward to golf and you're planning that win. Yes I am as soon as I get back I plan on starting to swing the golf club and swim and ride on our motorcycle again. I will also say I'm very pleased with the professionalism in the office. I was always taken on time and the girls are fantastic. Whenever I ask to see Dr. Davis, I was shown immediately to him. Congratulations on your results and we're very very proud to have.
One question that's bothered us and many people for many years is what really is an appropriate control group for comparing active treatment. Is usual carethe conventional treatments that people get from their primary care clinician typically Is that an appropriate comparison Does sham acupuncture itself actually have some physiologic effects that might be more than simply placebo Can we blind the therapist I'd argue for most of these physical treatments, we can't blind the therapist. They know if they're delivering the real thing or not. Perhaps we can blind patients,.
But I think that's an open question. Most of the studies have not really looked at whether patients were successfully blinded to their therapy or not. And then there's an issue that I think hasn't gotten a lot of attention in interpreting clinical trials, and that is who volunteers for clinical trials. I would argue that the patients who volunteer for a trial of acupuncture, for example, are probably by and large people who have a hunch that acupuncture's going to be helpful for them. They probably have positive expectations. They may indeed be disappointed if they're not randomly.
Allocated to the active intervention. But they have favorable expectations at least, and that really creates a question about the generalizability of the results If we see a positive result, will that generalize to people who don't have a favorable expectation or really don't think that acupuncture is going to be of any use And then finally we're plagued over and over in this field by small effect sizes. We sometimes see very small differences that look statistically significant but maybe not clinically important, and how do we interpret those The advocates of the CAM therapies would say here's proof.
That it worksstatistically significant differences. And the detractors would say, hell, here's the evidence that it doesn't work. There's no clinically important difference. It's a placebo, and we have that sort of interpretive difference that's going to be hard to resolve, I think, as long as we have these small effect sizes. As a result of those kinds of problems, I think it's actually going to be hard to come to a definitive conclusion about many of the CAM therapies for pain. You can actually find randomized trials that will support any.
Position you want to take. It's actually easy to do that, and various experts have done that. But treatment effects I think really are consistently modest, or we'd probably have no controversy about these things. If there were a slam dunk here, we'd probably know it by now. And one of the consequences is that you and I may disagree at the end of this talk even on what the proper interpretation of some of these studies is, and that's probably okay. I think ongoing dialogue about these things is going to be important.