I hope I'm not adding to your problems by bringing that up; but in case you had not heard this, I just wanted you to have as much information as possible to make balanced decisions with
Waooow. Thank you for the
And you are not adding to my/our problems. How can more knowledge to better balance ourselves and cope with the problems we have do that?
I was aware of most effects of levo dopa, except for the dyskinesia. How odd, that a synthetic medicine can have similar symptomatic effects as it is meant to prevent. And "not reversible" makes my neck hair stand up, since Parkinson's is nasty but you can live to be a hundred with it (so to speak).
And a thought: One explanation for the relation between gut and brain problems is intestinal permeability. Intestinal permeability can allow passage of opioid peptides from food proteins to pass into the blood stream and enter the brain. His ongoing constipation is bound to have altered his intestinal permeability. It may take a while for that to restore.
My uncle is back to his old self and has exclaimed that "he wants everything back that has been taken from him".
I am now busy facilitating expectation management as best as I can, because the brain really sends out pain signals when expectations are not met ~ main reason why I am into wishing and not "demanding", "expecting", and "hoping". I will add the "non reversability" of some of the effects of levo dopa to that list. I wish us to go forward as grounded as possible. And the information you share is very helpful for that. Thank you very very much.
If you can make or buy some chai tea, and then add fresh ginger, whole cloves, cinnamon sticks, and local honey as well as whole milk to it, it may have a happy effect. I don't have proportions for you; I always just make it according to taste.
Thank you!!! We have all of those! I'll just leave out the milk until the permeability of his intestines is repaired. I have no idea how long that can take or what a test can be to let us know we "got there".
The lifting of the veils is a whole separate topic!
Yes and no. In a lifting of veils a person can find the spiritual support and choices needed for some self-healing (instead of externalisation and/or blaming).
He has had a truth experience when he was 20 years old, and he wants that again (and more). A deep death wish seems to exist, and that may be part of a depression as a side effect of his state. Maybe the Azilect that was racing around in his body played a part in that.
As a person that was born two months too soon, and that made a habit of near death experiences due to a deadly fish allergy, I really come from the other side as it were, and I learned many techniques to be more present. A bag full. Meaning, I don't
have a bag full of meditation techniques, so I can easily find what works for him
. But, I can learn! I'll just be off this planet a lot