Introduction to IBT
Inclined Bed Therapy (IBT) has helped many more people with spinal cord injuries since this video was first shown on the local News. But it is not specific to Spinal cord injuries and has helped people with multiple sclerosis, ccsvi, parkinson's disease, cerebral palsy, psoriasis,varicose veins, oedema,leg ulcer, poor circulation, and many more conditions during 17 years of research.
On the forum, you will find evidence to support this statement from people who have simply tilted their beds.
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Andrew K Fletcher aged 53 is an inventor from a mechanical engineering background who applied density changes in sap from evaporation at the leaves of trees to show how a downward gravity flow can induce a returned less dense flow back to the leaves. He applied the same logic to the circulation of all fluids in the body and has researched a radical new approach to medical conditions including MS, “by thinking outside the box”. His new postural approach to illnesses is called “Inclined Bed Therapy” (I.B.T) this is where people raise their beds starting at 4 inches raising after a few weeks 6 to 8 inches at the “head end” aiming for an angle of around 5 degrees. Andrew Explains Why.
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The Science of Healing Sleep. Radio Interview on http://peoplesinternetradio.com/
GRAVITY using IBT Heals our body while Sleeping Flat makes us sick. http://aging.ufl.edu/files/2011/01/deconditioning_campbell.pdf
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Inclined Bed Therapy (IBT) can be a life changing experience even when all else has failed.
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Has Inclined Bed Therapy helped you, a member of your family or a friend, to recover from an illness?
Or has it improved your level of fitness?
IBT is all about sharing our experiences so that others can follow and learn how this simple free therapy can help improve conditions including: denbilitating migraines, sinus and breathing difficulties, heart palpitations and fibrilation, varicose veins, snoring, children wetting the bed, adult inconinence, back ache, fracture, sprains and injuries, skin conditions including psoriasis and acne, leg ulcers, oedema, Parkinson's Disease, Spinal cord injury, Multiple sclerosis, Liver failure, osteoporosis, cerebral palsy, and many more. Raising the head end of the bed works because our circulation requires gravity influencing it in the right direction while we sleep. You can read more about this exciting free none-invasive way of sleeping here: http://inclinedbedtherapy.com
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It's simple! Raise the head end of your bed by 6 Inches (15cm) and reap the rewards of health and improved circulation, It costs nothing but a couple of books or bricks? perhaps a few pieces of wood? or Furniture raisers to take advantage of Gravity and it's role in circulation.
Some observed results:-
Improved Circulation and health throughout, Diabetic sensitivity reduced, Return of Sensation to numbed areas, Psoriasis and skin inflammations drastically reduced, Varicose Veins disappearing, Improved recovery and defences to common bugs, virus and germs, Improved recovery from DOMS after a hard workout,
huge improvements in people with Multiple Sclerosis Bed wetting stops, bladder and bowl control restored, people with Parkinson's Disease experienced huge improvements, people with spinal cord injuries have gained function and sensation below the injury site. Sleep apnoea greatly improved and vanished in some cases. back ache gone, migraines a thing of the past, lethargy gone, muscular atrophy reversed, osteoporosis reversed, insomnia cured, night time visits to the toilet greatly improved, no more cold hands and feet in bed, tremors gone,
but to name a few.... read the Testimonials to learn more and more things it is starting to affect? Can it help you? It has helped us!
We have recently started a campaign to help Andrew, who has been researching IBT for 20 years, to raise awareness and reach out to more people with health problems and people who would like to avoid getting the health problems!
Andrew has advocated for 19 years that placing babies in an inclined cot would eliminate sudden infant death syndrome. Using a pair of dad's boxer shorts tied to the sides of a cot / crib and placing baby inside them would prevent slipping down during the night.
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Andrew K Fletcher Email:- andrew (A T) inclinedbedtherapy.com
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Introduction: Inclined Bed Therapy (IBT) is a therapy introduced by Andrew Fletcher. IBT involves sleeping on a bed raised at the head between 4 and 8 inches taking advantage of the benefits of gravitational force and utilize it to improve circulation of the body while asleep allowing body cells to heal and regenerate.
Objective or Hypothesis: We will examine whether IBT has a positive effect on diabetic individuals. We hypothesize that sleeping on an inclined bed eventually decreases blood sugar levels.
Methods: 13 participants registered of which 12 were diabetic and 1 was pre-diabetic. Participants were interviewed, evaluated and monitored while sleeping on a bed raised at the head initially at 4 inches for four weeks and then 6 inches thereafter. Blood glucose readings were taken from participants before using IBT and then once every week thereafter. Due to transportation limitations, Fasting Blood Sugar (FBS) readings were taken only from 5 individuals and Random Blood Sugar (RBS) readings were taken from the remaining 7.
Results: The expected outcome is the decrease in blood sugar levels from using IBT. 7 participants started using IBT for 1 week. From the 7 participants, 2 showed a decrease of 21% and 31% in FBS, 2 showed a decrease of 10% and 9.6% in RBS while 3 showed an increase of 23%, 7% and 31% in RBS.
Conclusion: 4 out of 7 participants who started already on IBT for 1 week, showed reductions in blood sugar levels. We expect that after 6 to 8 weeks we will able draw up final conclusion.