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    An_251961 posted:
    For 1 year or so , I have a ringing in my ears, but the big problem is I feel like I.m under water in my head. I been pressing down my mouth /biting my lips whenever when ever I'm thinking or doing something.I feel deaf . but hear good. I've seen many Dr.s got some hearing aids, they do not take the feeling away. I don't think I need them .. Like now typing this note, my throat is tight.Some time,s my hands feel weak. I tend to double touch things. I thought maybe the start of parkinson's or alzheimers. I feel well, very smart, and healthy. I do take thyriod med. but that all. All though I've been trying a lot of herbs like alpha lapoic acid ,coconut oil, glutathion . etc... Been reading Dr. Blaylock.s Report
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