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      Frequently Asked Questions About Celiac Disease   09/30/2015

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  1. You're thinking too much... You know, there is a cure for that.. As to the easier breathing, That was just a nice side-effect. I was mostly concerned with the irregular heartbeat issues. According to some of the web sites I listed even having a *very slight* hiatal hernia can irritate the vagus nerve and wreak havoc on the rest of the body. A good chiropractor will know how to perform the "stomach pull-down", and will teach you how to do it for yourself to keep everything where it belongs, if you would rather have a professional do it.
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  3. So I came across this message on curezone: http://curezone.com/forums/am.asp?i=752731 and thought I would look into it. After doing this on myself I have been feeling MUCH better. There are a few different ways to correct this: http://drbenkim.com/articles/hiatal-hernia-treatment.htm http://www.wholehealthclinic.com/dis/hiatal_hernia.htm http://www.drdahlman.com/hiatal-hernia-massage.shtml http://curezone.com/blogs/fm.asp?i=985361 http://Lame Advertisement/p/articles/mi_m0ISW/is_246/ai_112728022/ http://www.ehow.com/about_5562801_heart-palpitations-caused-stomach-gas.html I was breathing shallow from the chest before doing this. I always read about how the "proper" breathing should be done from the abdomen and deep. This seemed unnatural to me and made me queasy just to think about breathing that way. I also was having a great deal of gas leaking out of my stomach and sometimes setting off my wacky heartbeat, among other numerous problems. After doing the "dig your fingers in and pull down" method I've started breathing from the abdomen and have had MUCH less problems. Still going to try the water and jump method to make sure I got everything in its proper place though. Things I've noticed since doing this: Breathing much easier (with stomach moving in and out with each breath) No longer aware of my heartbeat at all times No longer hyper aware of every body process in by torso Whole body feels "calm". no more "tight spring" running from my neck to belly-button Can lay on my side again comfortably So everyone that tries this, please report your results in this thread!