Self-Hacking My Way To Mental And Emotional Health Using Complementary Alternative Medicine



Update Summary Since Last Post

August 27, 2017

I know its been awhile since I’ve posted. But I have been steadily making progress. Just this past week I’ve started to attend an Intensive Outpatient Program. This is a big step. Its location is quite near me. I do three hours of group therapy five days a week. On the self-hacking front, here’s a … Continue reading “Update Summary Since Last Post”

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A Week In The Life Of A Self-Hacker

April 5, 2017

I have been a self hacker for over thirty five years and I am still learning. The events of just these past two weeks serve as an example. Teas And Flouride: I have this problem in that toxic chemicals have a tendancy to bio-accumulate in me. I am a big tea drinker. In just this … Continue reading “A Week In The Life Of A Self-Hacker”

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Correcting A Pyridoxine Deficiency

March 16, 2017

In 1982 I was diagnosed with a Pyridoxine deficiency. Last February I was diagnosed with elevated levels of Kryptopyrrole. And only recently I have started to have success in correcting this deficiency. I am convinced that I have had this deficiency since a very early age. Perhaps age 8 or 10, when I began to … Continue reading “Correcting A Pyridoxine Deficiency”

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Self Hacking and Other Issues

February 18, 2017

I recently found about this self-hacking thing. For the past thirty-five years I have been a self-hacker before the term was invented. Here are some links: Here is my take on my own self-hacking: I am pretty sure I have this problem with vitamin B-6. Twice over the past week or so I … Continue reading “Self Hacking and Other Issues”

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Moving Along

January 29, 2017

I remember way back in the early 1980’s when I spent five weeks as an outpatient at the Center For Bio-Ecologic Medicine and Psychaitry, in Rolling Meadows, Illinois, that Dr Thomas Stone kept after me about vitamin B-6. He kept telling me “join the living”. And he repeatedly said “I’ve seen it again and again”. … Continue reading “Moving Along”

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