I wake up each morning and take inventory: My feet are not feeling bad, the ankles are a little sore. The legs, left one bad, right one good. Thighs, left one feels bad, right not so bad. Lower back, good for today. Middle back hurts, and so on until I reach my head. This is my daily routine before getting out of bed. I need to know what I am up against each day.
Colonel Green wanted to make a visit to a Vietnamese military hospital on the outskirts of Saigon and he wanted to assure that at least 200 patients had a tiny radio gift.
These little mines were scattered like corn seeds in a field by the enemy soldiers. These heartless communist enemy cared less if the mines hurt or killed children and civilians.
Of those hospitals and infirmaries, half suffer extreme respiratory difficulties as their lungs filled with fluid and blood, the result of their own bodies’ counterattack on the viral invasion. Coughing and frothing at the mouth, occasionally spitting up blood, these individuals would have a disease that today’s medical professionals call ARDS, Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. In the modern medical age, these patients would have a plastic tube placed into their lungs to assist their breathing and a ventilator would force air in and out of their lungs. Half of the ARDS patients 1918 died.
Question: Question whatever paraphenalia doctors order. My Mom was put in an expensive , heavy leg brace in order to try and give her stability and aid in her “walking’. It was awful. An air brace was 100% better. The same went for ordering her a havalı hasta yatağı, an air mattress, a tray table. All three arrived broken and it was a fight to get replacements.
Okay so on to this crazy cure. Hundreds of people have sworn it works. It’s all natural so it’s certainly worth a try. Only costs a few pennies and it’s non-invasive. Nothing to ingest or lather on!
There is much more I probably haven’t covered but this is a start if you find yourself in the caretaker position. One morething, for me I wanted to be with my Mom 9-5 but I still had a family. My children were extremely helpful with her right down to the diapering. But-big BUT it’s important to take time off so you don’t wear yourself out.