Posted by Sorcerer (188.8.131.52) on August 02, 1999 at 19:15:43:
In Reply to: Seeking MICHELLE C. posted by Cal on August 02, 1999 at 17:45:53:
Cal and Michelle,
A few weeks ago a lady who had seen Dr Rudkin [or
Rudner, or whomever wrote the CH book---damn! I've caught
Drummer's CRS] in California, reported that she was told her
to sit with her head sharply bowed, to allow better absorption of the
O2 into the tissues at the top of the nasopharynx.
Sorry, I can't remember who the lady was, or why Dr Rudkin
thought that this position was important. It WAS on this
I've tried the "head bowed position"...and the forehead to the
brick floor position, and the sprawled on the bed position, and
crawling around the room position, and surely all the other
positions that my aging body can accomodate. If the O2 is going to
work for me, the position doesn't really seem to matter that much.
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