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Old 02-22-2019, 01:23 AM
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hi guillo
apologies for taking a while to get back here. i saw your other thread about your last therapy session.

how have you been doing since? are you still working on your NFB in the meantime?

those sessions where you felt good, but nauseous, how long did the nausea last for? i experienced the nausea and sometimes extreme sleepiness afterwards, but it usually went away about 30 mins or so after stopping the session. i usually was able to tolerate the nausea and didn't let it deter me from continuing with a protocol or frequency setting if the overall results were positive.

i definilty preferred being able to do my sessions at home mostly because i felt more comfortable in my home and it provided me with the flexibility to do my sessions when i wanted and when it was most convenient for me. plus, like you said, i could just crawl into bed or relax on the sofa afterwards.

hope you are doing ok. sending hugs your way
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