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  • Fru
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    Hi, Is this all about nerve stimulation? I read that if you hum a song and then stick your head in cold water that stimulates the phrenic nerve. My other half does this every day but this is not a recommendation just something he does. Fru

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  • Newbie17
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    Thank you for your replies.
    I confess to not knowing much about it. A family member is a sports scientist and he keeps an eye out for anything als/MND related.
    I mentioned it to my consultant and he was unaware. If anyone is interested, these are the links he sent me.

    Unexpected benefits of intermittent hypoxia:

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4073945/

    Intermittent hypoxia and stem cell implants preserve breathing capacity:

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3733409/

    Intermittent hypoxia and respiratory plasticity:

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11356815

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  • Ellie
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    Newbie,

    I remember reading about IH some years back and thinking it sounded counter-intuitive, but interesting. The research doesn't seem to have progressed any.

    Good luck with your search. I suspect you need a very good FVC and little phrenic involvement to even consider trying IH?

    Ellie x.

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  • Annb
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    My husband was regularly admitted to hospital with CO2 retention (Hypoxia). His treatment was to be put onto a BiPap machine to extract the CO2. They took blood from his inner wrist to check his levels until they reduced.

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  • Newbie17
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    Hypoxia therapy

    Has anyone had any experience of intermittent hypoxia (simulated altitude) for respiratory functioning? There seems to be emerging research in the area, does anyone have any further information?

    Thanks
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