I recently underwent Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatments for my multiple sclerosis. After 40 dives, I regained more cognitive function and was thrilled with the success of the treatment. However, after 80 dives my coordination is much worse. Do you have any insight as to why this happened?
Any of a number of factors may be involved when a treatment starts to work and then stops working or even does harm. I suspect that in your case the issue has to do with moderation. Extreme change, even if it is in a positive and healing direction, puts the triple warmer meridian (which governs both the immune system and the maintaining of habitual patterns in the body’s energies) on alert, and it will begin to respond to the treatment as an outside invader, fighting it, preventing it from being effective, and causing new problems as well.
No matter how brilliant the technique, its effects on the entire system have to be monitored, step by step. Moderation gives your nervous system a chance to absorb and metabolize the changes. This is a particularly sensitive issue in the treatment of multiple sclerosis because spleen meridian, which is charged with "metabolizing change" and which is the first meridian that triple warmer draws energy from when it goes on alert, is so centrally involved in multiple sclerosis.