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A success story overcoming fatigue

Discussion in 'Success Stories' started by mbhemming, Dec 12, 2017.

  1. mbhemming

    mbhemming Gold

    I'm now about 9 months in to following Dr. Kruses suggestions. I'm happy to report a success in overcoming fatigue. I have been keeping data on my fatigue issue for 209 days now. The attached graph shows the decrease in my fatigue symptoms.

    Interpreting the scatter plot:
    Each data point in the plot represents an average of the 90 days. So the first data point is my average amount of fatigue from day 1 to day 90. The second data point is the average from day 2 to day 91.

    The red line is linear model that was fit to data to clearly show the decrease.

    I'm happy to report that I have had no symptoms for the past 48 days!!!

    I would like to personally thank Dr. Kruse!

    Am I totally better yet? No, I still have some cognitive impairment symptoms that come periodically.

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  2. shiran

    shiran Curious

    Good job man !!
  3. Inger

    Inger Silver

  4. Wow, that’s awesome.
    I didn’t keep a diary but after finding JK in May this year I’m a new person. I had stage 3 adrenal fatigue and really only did a loose version of the diet but added heaps of oysters. I had 3 holidays in the tropics of 10 days duration on his advice, religiously saw the sun rise and wore blu blockers, went to bed at 9 pm and tried to stay out in the am light as much as possible and totally rearranged my social life; no dinners only lunches. The game changer for me was the Novothor light pod. I did it 2-3x/week and in a 12 sessions I had more energy than I’ve had in a decade. Just need to check my cortisol levels now and I can’t imagine they haven’t gone north. I’m one happy camper. Keen to start CT.
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  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

  6. taiyang

    taiyang New Member

    congratulations mbhemming! can you give some specifics of what you did?
    susie, how did you find a place offering the light pod? i googled my state and the name of that pod and came up with nothing.
  7. mbhemming

    mbhemming Gold

    I didn't do everything perfectly, I just did what I could.
    -eat seafood approximately every second day
    -kept reducing EMF as much as I could. I bought a gaussmeter and RF meter. I haven't been able to get rid of my cell phone but I reduced the use as much as possible.
    -I starting doing CT in september but took a really non-aggressive approach to it. I was doing around 2 or 3 times per week in the cold tub. But then it started getting cold where I live so I stopped doing the cold tub and just didn't turn on the heat
    -moved out of the city in a little house that is at ground level, has a well, is in the woods, is 100m to the ocean, and has a fireplace
    -I was doing paleo at first but I had a hard time keeping a healthy weight so now I just eat relatively natural
    -stopped alcohol and caffeine(I started them again recently because I haven't had fatigue symptoms)
    -I also got a tonne of sun last summer. I tried to get 5 hours/day for each day that it was sunny
    -took over a gram of magnesium per day
    -did a lot of walking for exercise
    -I did a lot of circadian synchronization
    *you can check out my health journal for more info. I just tried to summarize it here
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  8. taiyang

    taiyang New Member

    wow- that's great that you moved to the woods. that's always been a dream of mine. i was lucky to have grown surrounded by woods.
  9. Sorry for the late reply, I’ve been locked out of the site.
    I just Googled Novothor and they list which countries and their location. I was very fortunate to find one in my town. Are you in Australia? As apparently there is now one in Sydney.
  10. taiyang

    taiyang New Member

    no- i'm in the us. i'm going to look around some more. i live near a big city, so there should be something. thanks for your reply. i just saw from novothor.com that the nearest location to me is two states away. i will have to research other options in addition to what i am already doing.
    Last edited: Dec 21, 2017
  11. mbhemming

    mbhemming Gold

    More time has past and I've continued to make improvements.

    Interpreting the attached graphs:
    -All three graph are on a 90 day window. This means that each data point is the average of 90 consecutive days. So the first data point is the average from day 1 to day 90, and the second data point is the average from day 2 to day 91.
    -The sequence of events are as follows. I started implementing Dr. K's ideas, then a couple months later I started collect the 'fatigue' data, after 3 months of collecting the 'fatigue' data I started collecting the 'energy' and 'cognition' data.
    -the red line is a linear model that fits the blue data

    fatigue.png energy.png

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  12. mbhemming

    mbhemming Gold

  13. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    good. Go harder.
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  14. Jan Christer

    Jan Christer New Member

    Congratulations on your improvement!
    I'm looking forward to do the same!

    How do you assess your level of fatigue to input into the graph?

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