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home:lifestyle:travel_and_goingout [12.18.2018]
sallieq [Night driving]
home:lifestyle:travel_and_goingout [04.03.2019] (current)
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-Traveling and participating in outdoor activities present several challenges unique to patients with Th1 disease. For those Marshall Protocol (MP) patients who are photosensitive,​ the most significant of these is the need to limit their exposure to light. Patients who suffer from cardiac, neurological,​ or respiratory inflammation put themselves at grave risk when exposing themselves to significant amounts of sunlight. The best way to see how one's body reacts to light is to increase exposure gradually.+Traveling and participating in outdoor activities present several challenges unique to patients with Th1 disease. For many Marshall Protocol (MP) patients, those who are photosensitive,​ the most significant of these is the need to limit their exposure to light. Patients who suffer from cardiac, neurological,​ or respiratory inflammation put themselves at grave risk when exposing themselves to significant amounts of sunlight. The best way to see how one's body reacts to light is to increase exposure gradually.
  
 Contingency planning such as taking of an extra olmesartan (Benicar) ahead of time can sometimes, though certainly not always, mitigate the harmful effects of excess sunlight. Contingency planning such as taking of an extra olmesartan (Benicar) ahead of time can sometimes, though certainly not always, mitigate the harmful effects of excess sunlight.
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