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Posted by: @lookingforanswers

@marieski858 ok so tell us what you do on this program?? 

Just in case my response gets lost lol

It’s all done online, you watch a 3 day pre-recorded seminar with the founder Annie Hopper and a few people who are attending the program. She explains the Limbic system, neuroplasticity and how the DNRS system scientifically works

You are taught a 6 step daily program that you do an hour a day to retrain your brain and you are not supposed to discuss your symptoms as it exacerbates and keeps the brain wired in the overactive response. The goal is to change your language, your thoughts and your emotional state (harder than it sounds being so ill) but this creates new synapses and connections in the brain that allow your Limbic system to calm down and the symptoms go away as your body systems come back into homeostasis 

Your Limbic system (hypothalamus, hippocampus, amygdala and other parts of the brain) are responsible for many of the body’s processes that perceive pain, sensitivity, allergies, detox, immune and nervous systems. You fix your brain, you fix your body 

You can google Limbic system impairment and long Covid and see this is a real thing. It’s not hocus pocus, it’s science backed and she demonstrates that in the program (She herself was very sick at one point)

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Hi guys, i'm here again and this situation is just stressing me so much. Long story short, i hav 2 pfizer shots on june and july 2021, and Covid in Jan 2022. Symptoms after pfizer shots never went away, and every doc i see still say it's panic and stuff and it could not be related to vaccines, so i just quit seeing docs and lost any hope at this point. I'm 32 male, never had any health issue, but since i got vaccinated i had a lot of them, including pain, increased hearth rate, fatigue, swollen legs and so on. In almost 1 year i didn't find a doc that said something good to me, i also did many blood tests and analysis and no value was off scale. The worst is eyes, i have constant blurry vision on one ete at a time, and pain, i feel like i have a spoon inside my eye and if i push the upper part of my nose or my forehead that part goes numb. An oculist diagnosed an eye inflammation and suggested me to put glasses on, i tried but nothing changed, i'm 100% damn sure this is all due to vaccine shots, and i'm starting to have bad thoughts about my life and my future. I've tried many supplements and meds and nothing worked. I feel lost and sometimes i wish not to wake up the next morning to end all this


   
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@thisisk: Thank you so much for your note and words of encouragement.  I'm trying hard to ignore it and not think about it, and I am successful maybe half of the time.  It tends to flair up on some days (like today) and the high pitch ring is so stressful.  I am trying to stay positive that this will eventually fade as the vaccine side effect(s) go away.  Hoping it's not some type of permanent damage to the inner ear (i.e. nerve damage).  Always looking for success stories of recovery.  By the way, you mentioned you've had tinnitus for 8 years.  May I as how it started?  I had a mild case from loud concerts from a few decades back but it had gotten to wear it was basically gone.  The vaccine definitely spiked it.  Thanks again. 


   
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@marieski858 thank you so much for your explanation. I really appreciate it and am going to look into trying this. 


   
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@lucrezia861 I wish we could all turn back time too. What other symptoms do you have?


   
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@brawlerino Please look into DNRS!

It has helped me recover from my many symptoms (posted earlier about it in detail and my recovery)

There are many success stories about Long Covid and chronic illness being healed by DNRS, it worked for me and I also suffered severe anxiety and panic amongst my many other physical symptoms after vaxxed with Pfizer last June and July also. Bedridden for months and $1000s spent on tests and supplements that were not effective 

Im now recovered and living life as before

Please look into it! Best of luck!

https://youtube.com/c/Dnrsystem

https://retrainingthebrain.com

 

 


   
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@callie Photophobia, pressure behind the eyes, floaters, Vs, sometimes I see my heartbeat, flashes, afterimage... Strange headaches like a feeling of pressure, in the nose as well, head spinning, sometimes neck stiffness... I probably forgot some 😅 what about yours?


   
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Posted by: @tone

Gonna ask again . Any more stories  of recovery  or improvements ? Is there hope for us ?

3 months out post J and j . Symptoms  still bearable and manageable 90 -95 % not sure if I gonna decline or not ?? , just wondering  where all the positive  posts are ? 

It can get better. I was bad for a long time. Three months and two weeks of constant dizzy spells and other symptoms before it started to get better at all. And I had a relapse recently when I think I had come into contact with the virus, but the relapse was a few days of fleeting dizzy spells and a feeling of dread. If you have a reaction anything like I did, then you know exactly what feeling of dread I'm talking about. But it went away quickly and never got very serious. I was just thinking today about how much better I feel and being so grateful because I remember what it was like when I wasn't well and how little resources were available. I remember laying there and thinking as long as I was breathing in out, I wasn't dead. It was horrible and there was so few avenues to find any sort of medical help even though you feel like a whole team should be working out what exactly happened. Wondering why every single other person that got vaccinated seemed to be fine but you couldn't recall simple words for everyday items. All I can offer is you are still here. Breath in and out and know that it is possible. I feel mostly normal. I still get stiff muscles and headaches way more than I should or ever had before, but the feeling of impending doom is gone and the constant dizzy spells are gone. The migraines are 90 percent less. I can ramble with words again. Thank goodness, because I am a wordsy kinda gal. I am basically back to regular or at least livable except that I can't exercise for very long. I'm working on it though. It takes time. I took everything I could and if I was still in that same position I probably would again, but honestly it doesn't help. The only thing that may have done anything for me is Fluvoxamine. Nothing else. Not even Ivermectin. Supplements, IMO, only help to the point that if you were deficient, they bring your levels up to what they should be. I may have felt slightly better, but I think that was a matter of stopping the deficiency and not treating the illness. They stopped making a difference after so much of them. Antihistamines like Benadryl seemed to help, but not cure. Advil helped and some steroids my doctor gave to me helped. None of them cured me. My main issue was neurological and I think that's why the Fluvoxamine made the most difference. I got my second shot on April 19th, 2021. It has been a few days over a year and this is where I am. So, a story of recovery, relapse, and recovery again. It can happen. Don't lose hope. 


   
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Gonna ask again . Any more stories  of recovery  or improvements ? Is there hope for us ?

3 months out post J and j . Symptoms  still bearable and manageable 90 -95 % not sure if I gonna decline or not ?? , just wondering  where all the positive  posts are ? 

It can get better. I was bad for a long time. Three months and two weeks of constant dizzy spells and other symptoms before it started to get better at all. And I had a relapse recently when I think I had come into contact with the virus, but the relapse was a few days of fleeting dizzy spells and a feeling of dread. If you have a reaction anything like I did, then you know exactly what feeling of dread I'm talking about. But it went away quickly and never got very serious. I was just thinking today about how much better I feel and being so grateful because I remember what it was like when I wasn't well and how little resources were available. I remember laying there and thinking as long as I was breathing in out, I wasn't dead. It was horrible and there was so few avenues to find any sort of medical help even though you feel like a whole team should be working out what exactly happened. Wondering why every single other person that got vaccinated seemed to be fine but you couldn't recall simple words for everyday items. All I can offer is you are still here. Breath in and out and know that it is possible. I feel mostly normal. I still get stiff muscles and headaches way more than I should or ever had before, but the feeling of impending doom is gone and the constant dizzy spells are gone. The migraines are 90 percent less. I can ramble with words again. Thank goodness, because I am a wordsy kinda gal. I am basically back to regular or at least livable except that I can't exercise for very long. I'm working on it though. It takes time. I took everything I could and if I was still in that same position I probably would again, but honestly it doesn't help. The only thing that may have done anything for me is Fluvoxamine. Nothing else. Not even Ivermectin. Supplements, IMO, only help to the point that if you were deficient, they bring your levels up to what they should be. I may have felt slightly better, but I think that was a matter of stopping the deficiency and not treating the illness. They stopped making a difference after so much of them. Antihistamines like Benadryl seemed to help, but not cure. Advil helped and some steroids my doctor gave to me helped. None of them cured me. My main issue was neurological and I think that's why the Fluvoxamine made the most difference. I got my second shot on April 19th, 2021. It has been a few days over a year and this is where I am. So, a story of recovery, relapse, and recovery again. It can happen. Don't lose hope. 

What were your symptoms? What supplements did yiu take? When did you start to see improvement? So was it a matter of time ? 


   
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Posted by: @brawlerino

Hi guys, i'm here again and this situation is just stressing me so much. Long story short, i hav 2 pfizer shots on june and july 2021, and Covid in Jan 2022. Symptoms after pfizer shots never went away, and every doc i see still say it's panic and stuff and it could not be related to vaccines, so i just quit seeing docs and lost any hope at this point. I'm 32 male, never had any health issue, but since i got vaccinated i had a lot of them, including pain, increased hearth rate, fatigue, swollen legs and so on. In almost 1 year i didn't find a doc that said something good to me, i also did many blood tests and analysis and no value was off scale. The worst is eyes, i have constant blurry vision on one ete at a time, and pain, i feel like i have a spoon inside my eye and if i push the upper part of my nose or my forehead that part goes numb. An oculist diagnosed an eye inflammation and suggested me to put glasses on, i tried but nothing changed, i'm 100% damn sure this is all due to vaccine shots, and i'm starting to have bad thoughts about my life and my future. I've tried many supplements and meds and nothing worked. I feel lost and sometimes i wish not to wake up the next morning to end all this

I don't wanna hear that talk again. Yes, it is the vaccine. We all know that. Even the doctors know that even if they won't tell us that. But it will get better. I have the blurry vision too, even to this day. My last Pfizer was April 19th, 2021. I put on some reading glasses or lay down and it gets better. All of this gets better. The depression and the anxiety are a part of the symptoms. The reaction causes it in our brain. It's another symptom. But it is temporary. Ending it all is not. You know that. You have to know that you didn't have these thoughts before so it is because of this temporary but very serious and all consuming reaction to the vaccine. I understand it's all you can think about and it's constant. But the fixation is also a symptom and it is making it worse. Distract yourself and reduce the anxiety, which is caused by this reaction, and it will get more manageable and eventually you will heal. You will heal. You WILL heal. Hang in there. We all need you so you can help someone in your spot when you are better. 


   
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@tone 

Yes. Time is the number one factor and the common denominator with everyone on this forum that has gotten better. My symptoms were none after the first shot but a little sore arm. After the second shot, pretty sick the next day, and then about five days later, my entire left side of my body where my lymph nodes are swelled up, especially but definitely not limited to under my left arm. Then the headaches started. They turned into migraines. The migraines turned into a dizzy spell that lasted three months and two weeks. I had roaming numbness. I had palpitations. I had shortness of breath. My neck and shoulders would swell up to where they were noticeably bulging outward. And they were hard. My worst symptoms were neurological. My ears had a weird wetness in them. I had horrible pressure in my entire head. Especially in the front, behind my eyes, and in my nose. It felt like medicine head or like my head was a balloon, if that makes sense. I was having bad brain fog. I could not think of the name for broom when I was looking straight at it. It would take me forever to remember simple stuff. I had the shakes in my right hand. Uncontrollable. And blurry vision, which I still have sometimes. And emotional distress and very bad anxiety. My doctor would not even consider a vaccine reaction. I was told I had an ear infection even though my bloodwork was perfect and there was no visible sign of infection she could see in my ear. Plus, it lasted for three months and two weeks. I looked on the FLCCC website and got in touch with a long covid specialist that had seen patients with this type of reaction to the vaccine. He started me on Ivermectin which didn't really help but also didn't hurt. When that failed, he put me on Fluvoxamine. I was taking the supplements on the FLCCC irecovery protocol before we started the prescriptions. They would help to the point where I was no longer deficient in that vitamin or supplement and the benefits would stop. None of them cured me. The Fluvoxamine may have helped. I took it twice before the dizzy spell stopped. I stopped being dizzy, had the worst migraine I had ever had in my life that lasted forever, and when it stopped, my head was sore for a few days, but I wasn't dizzy anymore. And everything else got slowly better. It could have been the Fluvoxamine, or it could have just been the amount of time it took my body to heal enough for the dizzy spell to stop. Idk. I can't say it was or wasn't the Fluvoxamine, but I can say that nothing else stopped it. I still am not exactly the same and may never be, but I'm not at that level of constant anxiety and swelling and dizziness. And I'll take it. It is possible, even though I know it feels like it will never stop at times. And it's scary. There really is no widespread help available or even acknowledgment that this happens. And now, they're putting it into kids. Poor things won't even be able to tell anybody it was the vaccine if this happens to them. But, that's a whole other ball of wax. That's all I can remember. If you look on my profile, you can read all my comments I made before. It may help. Anxiety is a big, big factor and it is caused by the vaccine. A symptom. Try to get a hold of it and it will help. I also used a neck massager for the tight muscles and that was a life saver. You can recover from this. You can. 


   
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Anyone here with neuropathy  like symptoms  had any symptoms that have recovered? Any supplements  or special diet that helps with these symptoms? 


   
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@tone 

Yes. Time is the number one factor and the common denominator with everyone on this forum that has gotten better. My symptoms were none after the first shot but a little sore arm. After the second shot, pretty sick the next day, and then about five days later, my entire left side of my body where my lymph nodes are swelled up, especially but definitely not limited to under my left arm. Then the headaches started. They turned into migraines. The migraines turned into a dizzy spell that lasted three months and two weeks. I had roaming numbness. I had palpitations. I had shortness of breath. My neck and shoulders would swell up to where they were noticeably bulging outward. And they were hard. My worst symptoms were neurological. My ears had a weird wetness in them. I had horrible pressure in my entire head. Especially in the front, behind my eyes, and in my nose. It felt like medicine head or like my head was a balloon, if that makes sense. I was having bad brain fog. I could not think of the name for broom when I was looking straight at it. It would take me forever to remember simple stuff. I had the shakes in my right hand. Uncontrollable. And blurry vision, which I still have sometimes. And emotional distress and very bad anxiety. My doctor would not even consider a vaccine reaction. I was told I had an ear infection even though my bloodwork was perfect and there was no visible sign of infection she could see in my ear. Plus, it lasted for three months and two weeks. I looked on the FLCCC website and got in touch with a long covid specialist that had seen patients with this type of reaction to the vaccine. He started me on Ivermectin which didn't really help but also didn't hurt. When that failed, he put me on Fluvoxamine. I was taking the supplements on the FLCCC irecovery protocol before we started the prescriptions. They would help to the point where I was no longer deficient in that vitamin or supplement and the benefits would stop. None of them cured me. The Fluvoxamine may have helped. I took it twice before the dizzy spell stopped. I stopped being dizzy, had the worst migraine I had ever had in my life that lasted forever, and when it stopped, my head was sore for a few days, but I wasn't dizzy anymore. And everything else got slowly better. It could have been the Fluvoxamine, or it could have just been the amount of time it took my body to heal enough for the dizzy spell to stop. Idk. I can't say it was or wasn't the Fluvoxamine, but I can say that nothing else stopped it. I still am not exactly the same and may never be, but I'm not at that level of constant anxiety and swelling and dizziness. And I'll take it. It is possible, even though I know it feels like it will never stop at times. And it's scary. There really is no widespread help available or even acknowledgment that this happens. And now, they're putting it into kids. Poor things won't even be able to tell anybody it was the vaccine if this happens to them. But, that's a whole other ball of wax. That's all I can remember. If you look on my profile, you can read all my comments I made before. It may help. Anxiety is a big, big factor and it is caused by the vaccine. A symptom. Try to get a hold of it and it will help. I also used a neck massager for the tight muscles and that was a life saver. You can recover from this. You can. 

Do u still have headache, palpitation, shortness of breath?


   
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@tone 

Yes. Time is the number one factor and the common denominator with everyone on this forum that has gotten better. My symptoms were none after the first shot but a little sore arm. After the second shot, pretty sick the next day, and then about five days later, my entire left side of my body where my lymph nodes are swelled up, especially but definitely not limited to under my left arm. Then the headaches started. They turned into migraines. The migraines turned into a dizzy spell that lasted three months and two weeks. I had roaming numbness. I had palpitations. I had shortness of breath. My neck and shoulders would swell up to where they were noticeably bulging outward. And they were hard. My worst symptoms were neurological. My ears had a weird wetness in them. I had horrible pressure in my entire head. Especially in the front, behind my eyes, and in my nose. It felt like medicine head or like my head was a balloon, if that makes sense. I was having bad brain fog. I could not think of the name for broom when I was looking straight at it. It would take me forever to remember simple stuff. I had the shakes in my right hand. Uncontrollable. And blurry vision, which I still have sometimes. And emotional distress and very bad anxiety. My doctor would not even consider a vaccine reaction. I was told I had an ear infection even though my bloodwork was perfect and there was no visible sign of infection she could see in my ear. Plus, it lasted for three months and two weeks. I looked on the FLCCC website and got in touch with a long covid specialist that had seen patients with this type of reaction to the vaccine. He started me on Ivermectin which didn't really help but also didn't hurt. When that failed, he put me on Fluvoxamine. I was taking the supplements on the FLCCC irecovery protocol before we started the prescriptions. They would help to the point where I was no longer deficient in that vitamin or supplement and the benefits would stop. None of them cured me. The Fluvoxamine may have helped. I took it twice before the dizzy spell stopped. I stopped being dizzy, had the worst migraine I had ever had in my life that lasted forever, and when it stopped, my head was sore for a few days, but I wasn't dizzy anymore. And everything else got slowly better. It could have been the Fluvoxamine, or it could have just been the amount of time it took my body to heal enough for the dizzy spell to stop. Idk. I can't say it was or wasn't the Fluvoxamine, but I can say that nothing else stopped it. I still am not exactly the same and may never be, but I'm not at that level of constant anxiety and swelling and dizziness. And I'll take it. It is possible, even though I know it feels like it will never stop at times. And it's scary. There really is no widespread help available or even acknowledgment that this happens. And now, they're putting it into kids. Poor things won't even be able to tell anybody it was the vaccine if this happens to them. But, that's a whole other ball of wax. That's all I can remember. If you look on my profile, you can read all my comments I made before. It may help. Anxiety is a big, big factor and it is caused by the vaccine. A symptom. Try to get a hold of it and it will help. I also used a neck massager for the tight muscles and that was a life saver. You can recover from this. You can. 

Do u still have headache, palpitation, shortness of breath?

I have headaches much more frequently than I ever have had in my lifetime. I can only remember having one or two migraines ever before, but I had them daily for months after I had Covid in March 2020. They didn't really stop until around August. But I never had dizzy spells from that. The vaccine gave me migraines as well, but those turned into one very long and scary dizzy spell. I still have bad headaches a few times a week and a migraine that lasts about a day maybe once a month or so now. The palpitations have reduced a lot. I will have them every now and then, mostly when I lay down at night, but they are few and far in between. Less than once a month. They used to be nightly. The shortness of breath is tricky. I don't have it as bad as when I had Covid. Even the vaccine didn't give it to me as bad as that. But I do find that if I'm not careful, I'll have to stop what I'm doing and take a few big breaths to regulate my breathing back to a comfortable level. It's still so much better though. 


   
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Any more positive recovery or improvements stories? 


   
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