On 25 February 2015 a son sought treatment for his 72-year-old mother, who was in the ICU with substantial breathing difficulties. In recent months, his mother had developed a tendency to doze off during the day, which the family thought was due to lack of sleep at night. On 15 February, she fell off her chair while dozing, broke the C7 vertebra in her neck, and was hospitalized. While in hospital, her symptoms of drowsiness, vertigo and breathlessness were diagnosed as evidence of a low blood-oxygen level. She was put on a Bipap machine for sleep apnoea, which made her quite uncomfortable. She was taking prescribed allopathic medications for multiple. chronic health problems including Parkinson’s disease, prolapsed disc, hypertension and deep vein thrombosis.
The practitioner prepared:
#1. CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC19.3 Chest infections chronic + CC19.6 Cough chronic...TDS
#2. CC3.4 Heart emergencies + CC10.1 Emergencies + CC19.4 Asthma attack...6TD
For sleep apnoea:
#3. CC15.6 Sleep disorders...OD at 9:00 pm
Her son delivered the remedies to her in the ICU. Within a week there was noticeable improvement in her condition. The breathlessness and sleeplessness had improved by 60% and she was discharged. In four weeks her sleep problems had almost resolved completely and the breathlessness had improved by 80%. At this time, #1 was stopped and #2 was reduced to TDS. #3 for sleep apnoea was continued and new treatment for her neck fracture and vertigo was introduced:
#4. CC18.7 Vertigo + CC20.5 Spine + CC20.7 Fractures...QDS
By the end of April 2015 her breathlessness and sleep problems were almost entirely gone. The pain from the neck fracture was 20% less and the vertigo was 40% better. She continued to improve and by the end of May, the breathlessness and sleep problems had completely resolved, the neck pain was down 30%, and the vertigo was 70% better.
As the patient had other health conditions needing treatment including Parkinson’s disease, leg pain caused by varicose veins and osteoporosis, #1 to #4 were stopped and new combos were given to address these while continuing treatment for the remaining symptoms of neck pain and vertigo:
#5. CC3.7 Circulation + CC20.3 Arthritis + CC20.4 Muscles & Supportive tissue + CC20.5 Spine + CC20.6 Osteoporosis…QDS
#6. CC18.6 Parkinson's disease + CC18.7 Vertigo…TDS
#7. CC12.1 Adult tonic + CC15.1 Mental & Emotional tonic + CC19.4 Asthma attack…TDS
The patient continued to make progress. By 8 July 2015 her neck pain was 40% better, her vertigo was 80% better, and the leg pain had improved by 50% At this time, #7 was stopped and #5 and #6 were continued TDS.
When last seen on 28 October 2015, the patient had no breathing or sleep problems, there was steady improvement in the other symptoms and she was continuing treatment.
Because of her improvement, the entire family has been taking Vibrionics remedies for the last 6 months. On 28 October 2015 a Vibrionics camp was held at their home where 15 patients from the neighbourhood were treated. This was the first of the monthly camps planned from their home.