Hey, I remember you from BYH. So good to see you here too. I bet we probably have talked on BYC too, but its been four years since I was last there, so I don't remember everybody I talked to there.Howdy Polka I believe we've talked in BYC and H. Nice to see ya here.
Thank you, I am so glad to be here.Welcome to the group
Mine helps greatly with my disc problems. When dehydrated and acting up I can barely stand up. As far as joints you can shorten the time if 'say your ankle starts to hurt' then do it again later. You can adjust how far you go back by setting the height. Gradually increase the time, then go up/shorter on height and you will tip a little farther upside after used to the longer time frame. It also helps with my hip joints and pulls my waist a little straighter since I have one leg longer than the other. That may be the cause of my scoliosis, which gets straighter with use.What I'm not sure about the inversion table is the stress it may put on the joints, or a previous disc injury. With a decompression table, that patient lays flat and the table only stretches the spine or neck, and the machine increases the amount of pull over time with each session.
Welcome. If you can put your general location in your profile, it will show up on all posts. Makes it easier to respond if we have an idea what your geographical location or growing climate is...Hey guys, just joining here. Many years ago I joined the BYC cafe, and now hangout in the BYH equivalent. Nice to see everyone here.
I once lived for 9 months or so without a fridge... it was kind of entertaining... Without a fridge there were always ice chunks in the milk.I have a brand new fridge! Im so happy, having lived with a tiny malfunctioning bar fridge for years, this new fridge is a dream. It even has a light inside! Now I can expand growing garden grub a bit as I have somewhere to store it