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11/01/2005 01:57:36 PM · #1
I have a headache and I get really dizzy when I stand up...

My girlfriend has been sick for about a week now, so this was bound to happen, lol. Shoulda cut down on the makin out I guess.
11/01/2005 01:59:05 PM · #2
Stop staring at the sun.
11/01/2005 01:59:19 PM · #3
Originally posted by stare_at_the_sun:

I have a headache and I get really dizzy when I stand up...

My girlfriend has been sick for about a week now, so this was bound to happen, lol. Shoulda cut down on the makin out I guess.


Not really; once you took the first nibble you were doomed, so you might as well have taken whatever pelasure you could get from the making-out, knowing you were gonna pay no matter what...

R.
11/01/2005 01:59:56 PM · #4
It's probably that bird flu.
11/01/2005 02:01:41 PM · #5
Originally posted by louddog:

It's probably that bird flu.

Might be.
Doesn't sound like the Hawaiian sickness - you know the one - Lackanookee.
11/01/2005 02:02:38 PM · #6
Originally posted by bear_music:

Not really; once you took the first nibble you were doomed, so you might as well have taken whatever pelasure you could get from the making-out, knowing you were gonna pay no matter what...

R.


True...and trust me, I didn't let it stop me from enjoying myself.

There are consequenses I guess.

I hope it's not the bird flu...
11/01/2005 02:02:55 PM · #7
Well the 60's slang name in the uk for a girlfriend was your "bird" so I guess this could be called "bird flu"!!

Stay away from those feathers!
:))

11/01/2005 02:04:19 PM · #8
Go see a Chiropractor. There are many symptoms associated with nerve interference. One manifestation of nerve interference is a headache, among other things. If you want to get better, go to a Chiropractor. You will be a better human being physically, mentally and spiritually. PM me if you have any questions!
Make it a great day.
Drew
11/01/2005 02:05:39 PM · #9
I have a fatal case of Lackanooke
11/01/2005 02:06:30 PM · #10
Originally posted by kiropractic:

Go see a Chiropractor. There are many symptoms associated with nerve interference. One manifestation of nerve interference is a headache, among other things. If you want to get better, go to a Chiropractor. You will be a better human being physically, mentally and spiritually. PM me if you have any questions!
Make it a great day.
Drew


I've never been, but I hear that it's great.

But I don't think my runny nose has to do with my nerves, nor does my cough.

I'm going to take some medicine when I get home, and then shoot some pictures. I'm not letting this little sickness stop me from having fun;)
11/01/2005 02:07:11 PM · #11
Originally posted by lonewolf:

I have a fatal case of Lackanooke


A fatal disease, treatable only with Gogitsum. :(
11/01/2005 02:14:21 PM · #12
Originally posted by BradP:


Doesn't sound like the Hawaiian sickness - you know the one - Lackanookee.


Sounds like the Asian virus you automatically get when you get married... "nomopoon"
11/01/2005 02:16:54 PM · #13
Originally posted by mk:

Originally posted by lonewolf:

I have a fatal case of Lackanooke


A fatal disease, treatable only with Gogitsum. :(


Hopefully the carcinogen Aintnunroundhere didn't start spreading.
11/01/2005 02:19:18 PM · #14
Originally posted by mk:

Originally posted by lonewolf:

I have a fatal case of Lackanooke


A fatal disease, treatable only with Gogitsum. :(


Gogitsum is not as easy to do as it sounds
11/01/2005 08:21:48 PM · #15
stare...Grays anatomy, the Gold standard in anatomy, states on page three that the nervous system is the master control of the body. when you study anatomy you will see in fact that nothing in the body happens unless it is directed to do so from the central nervous system. i have had numerous cases of asthma, high blood pressure and other visceral complaints go away after the patient received a specific adjustment to where the interference is located. for example, lets say a patient has hiccups. the hiccups are a result of the diaphragm spasming and C3, C4, and C5 nerves innervate the diaphragm.
also, when your nervous sstem is free of interference, you immune system is able to work more efficiently and with better results. there is a realitvely new clinical science termed psycho-neuro-immuno-endocrinology that is confirming how proper nervous system control affects psychosis, immunity and the endocrine system. if you would like i can email you some links on the subject if you would like.
well, i had better go. you have a good one and be careful with the meds.
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