Restoring of the DNA of the Bride

Condition:

Deafblindness

Definition:

Deafblindness is a combination of sight and hearing loss that affects a person’s ability to communicate, access information and get around.

It’s also sometimes called “dual sensory loss” or “multi-sensory impairment”.

A deafblind person won’t usually be totally deaf and totally blind, but both senses will be reduced enough to cause significant difficulties in everyday life.

These problems can occur even if hearing loss and vision loss are mild, as the two senses work together and one would usually help compensate for the loss of the other.

 

Symptom:

In older people, it may develop gradually and the person themselves may not realise their vision and/or hearing is getting worse at first.

Signs of a problem can include:

-needing to turn up the volume on the television or radio

-difficulty following a conversation

-not hearing noises such as a knock at the door

-asking others to speak loudly, slowly and more clearly

-needing to hold books or newspapers very close, or sitting close to the television

-difficulty moving around unfamiliar places

 

If someone already has either a hearing or vision problem, it’s important to look out for signs that suggest the other senses may be getting worse too.

Description:

Apply 5-10 drops Tinnitus and Hearing Blend behind the ears, neck and carotid arteries (main blood vessels that carry blood and oxygen to the brain), 3 times a day.

Topically apply over the spine, 15 drops each :

Nerve Restore, in the morning

Cell Rejuvenation, in the evening

Drink 1 capsule, once a day, each; Eye Restore Blend and DNA Protector.

Apply the Eye Sight Restore roll-on around the eyes; not too close to the eyes.

You can also apply a few drops Carrot seed 10ml and Pomegranate Seed 10ml in a blend around the eyes and neck. The ratio for blending is always 30% essential oil and 70 % carrier oil due to skin sensitivity.

 

 

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