Sepsis epilepsy cure

Sepsis epilepsy cure

Sepsis epilepsy cure

Earlier I shared the health conditions of my father in 2014. He had sepsis and then multiple organ failure. Doctors said that there is no possibility of this recovery and he cannot recover from semi conscious state.

But he did recover and was completely independent.

I tried finding out what worked in his recovery. Posted my thoughts about the factors which might have helped my father recover.

I shared my thoughts, but no one corrected my thoughts.

In Nov 2016 my father suffered from sepsis again. Again he was in semi conscious state for more than 15 days. Same way doctors opined that he will not survive.

I did the same thing that I did 2 and ½ years back and he recovered.

But then his improvement was taking time, as I had been trying to find the exact cause and did not give up medicines as I did in 2014.

This time I found that epilepsy medicine was the main problem which was denting his recovery efforts. I spoke to my friend doctor and took a calculated risk by cutting down his epilepsy medicine by 50% and there was perceptible positive change in 12 hours. Still it took me more than 15 days to completely stop the epilepsy medicine.

Since that day there has been consistent improvement in his health.

I some areas he has recovered better then he had recovered in 2014. To the best of my understanding his brain has started working much better than it was working after 2014. That is still to be seen for next few months.

If he continues to maintain the improvement in his brain functioning then epilepsy and other brain related conditions can be completely cured without any medicine.

The thing that seems to be working is –

One day my father takes saline water (1.25 grams of salt in a glass of water). 3-4 glasses of water during day time.

Next day my father takes 3-4 glasses of water without salt. In addition he takes 2.5 grams of table sugar every 1 or 2 hours.

So far there is no seizure and he is without epilepsy medicines for last 30 days. I am keeping my fingers crossed.