For those that have found the things in the book helpful, please don't keep it to yourself. I plead with anyone that has found relief from any other means to share. Someone bought a book for me and I'm excited about learning healthier approaches to healing, as I think too many surrender their health care to professionals that are taught mostly how to deal with symptoms and not the causes, and most aren't too generous with self-help approaches, after all, that's not exactly where the money is. If the approaches in the book don't help with my meniere's and other ear related issues, I am certain it will be of great help for some serious and often debilitating issues I have with nerve pain and muscle spasms. The book is giving me more details and a direction to try. I think all kinds of approaches to healing and coping can co-exist peacefully if we can respectfully share our triumphs and our turning points. I don't know why so often the discussion of alternative methods gets people all edgy. I think we've all been brainwashed as we grow up to relinquish our health care to the professionals and to dismiss alternative methods esp. self help, as worthless. And what works for one may not for another, no matter the method, alternative or conventional. We all know that. There's good and bad in all approaches, validity and worthlessness. Results are as varied as each and every person. And that's why it's vital we all share and respect each other's comments. What a shame if one person's approach could really help someone, and that person will never know because it isn't expressed. If we can't share freely without fear of being trampled on for our views, what are we here for?