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Miracle cure for brain damaged coma patients..... A sleeping tablet.

 
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Lazarus pill miracle for E Cape man


Johannesburg - If miracles exist, Ayanda Nqinana may just have swallowed one.

After reading a report in City Press last month, his wife, Nomfundo, insisted that he be given a prescription for the sleeping pill Stilnox, which has the opposite effect on those with brain injuries.

It worked – and brought him out of a seven-year coma.

Nqinana had been the Peddie Municipality’s director of local development before a late-night car crash on a lonely Eastern Cape road in 2005 almost ended his life.

The accident tore him from his wife and their 2-year old son, Ayavuya, and left him with severe brain injuries, a fractured hip and legs, and unable to talk, leave his bed or feed himself.

For the past seven years, Nomfundo has visited her husband in East London’s Newhaven Hospital, hoping for signs that the man she had known before the accident was still inside his body.

“His eyes, he couldn’t follow any direction. For instance, if you were talking to him, even if you move from this angle to that angle, he doesn’t follow you. He couldn’t talk. Not at all,” she said.

Nqinana’s doctors said he’d probably remain that way.

Miracle recovery

But on August 12, family friend Nceba Mokoena came across an article in City Press about a miracle recovery made by another car crash victim, hundreds of kilometres away in Gauteng.

Louis Viljoen was given the sleeping pill by chance by his mother, Sienie.

She had noticed he wasn’t sleeping peacefully and asked her doctor if she could give him half a sleeping tablet. After she did, Louis opened his eyes and said “Hello Mamma”, his first words in five years.

Nceba phoned Nomfundo immediately to ask if she had seen the story, and whether or not Stilnox might just help her husband.

Initially, Ayanda’s doctor was not convinced, telling her not to place too much faith in newspaper reports. But Nomfundo insisted.

“Because I’ve been praying a lot for my husband to get better, I can try anything that is possible for his health. So eventually we agreed to get a prescription.”

They began giving Ayanda the drug, and waited to see what would happen. Five days passed with no improvement.

Read on......

[link to www.news24.com]

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There is a God! Hope pays off!
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This is a very interesting documentary on the subject done by an Australian tv show. Very inspiring...

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zol·pi·dem tartrate (zlp-dm)
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A nonbenzodiazepine hypnotic drug used to treat insomnia.
AKA: Ambien


Very interesting.................... a hypnotic drug, nonetheless


Things that make you go......hmmm. bonghit

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In the USA, the Brand name is AMBIEN.

I know many here are quite familiar with it, as doctors use it as a first line treatment for temporary insomnia. Taken as directed, it has a low potential for addiction and wears off quickly, leaving the patient feeling rested, without that groggy, medicated 'hangover' that older sleep aids caused.

Truly a miracle. I love hearing amazing stories like this!
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so what your saying if when we are "awake" we are sleeping
but when we are "sleeping" we are awake..........
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maybe works like homeopathy ..."like cures like"
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Lazarus pill miracle for E Cape man


Johannesburg - If miracles exist, Ayanda Nqinana may just have swallowed one.

After reading a report in City Press last month, his wife, Nomfundo, insisted that he be given a prescription for the sleeping pill Stilnox, which has the opposite effect on those with brain injuries.

It worked – and brought him out of a seven-year coma.

Nqinana had been the Peddie Municipality’s director of local development before a late-night car crash on a lonely Eastern Cape road in 2005 almost ended his life.

The accident tore him from his wife and their 2-year old son, Ayavuya, and left him with severe brain injuries, a fractured hip and legs, and unable to talk, leave his bed or feed himself.

For the past seven years, Nomfundo has visited her husband in East London’s Newhaven Hospital, hoping for signs that the man she had known before the accident was still inside his body.

“His eyes, he couldn’t follow any direction. For instance, if you were talking to him, even if you move from this angle to that angle, he doesn’t follow you. He couldn’t talk. Not at all,” she said.

Nqinana’s doctors said he’d probably remain that way.

Miracle recovery

But on August 12, family friend Nceba Mokoena came across an article in City Press about a miracle recovery made by another car crash victim, hundreds of kilometres away in Gauteng.

Louis Viljoen was given the sleeping pill by chance by his mother, Sienie.

She had noticed he wasn’t sleeping peacefully and asked her doctor if she could give him half a sleeping tablet. After she did, Louis opened his eyes and said “Hello Mamma”, his first words in five years.

Nceba phoned Nomfundo immediately to ask if she had seen the story, and whether or not Stilnox might just help her husband.

Initially, Ayanda’s doctor was not convinced, telling her not to place too much faith in newspaper reports. But Nomfundo insisted.

“Because I’ve been praying a lot for my husband to get better, I can try anything that is possible for his health. So eventually we agreed to get a prescription.”

They began giving Ayanda the drug, and waited to see what would happen. Five days passed with no improvement.

Read on......

[link to www.news24.com]
 Quoting: Aunty Flo


Again with this bullshits called "miracles". Please stop spreading these myths. Deep coma patients are like potatoes or vegetables, they can't feel anything, they are no more. Noone should be kept "alive" with such a severe prognosis. The structural/physical damage to their brain is so severe that nothing can cure an atrophied brain now became a soup of cellular purtridity. The few people who awake from a coma have the IQ of an apple, is that life? Shackled to a bed for the rest of their miserable lives, making funny noises and faces. Just search on google images for brain ct scans of people in persistent vegetative state and compare it to normal people ct scans. Pretty self explanatory. I think the only chance to take back this people to life would be seriously researching in the field of stem cellls.
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This is a very interesting documentary on the subject done by an Australian tv show. Very inspiring...


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how beautiful... tears rolling the face, what beautiful, compassionate, human beings. She stayed and vowed to make him better, what love does, this is love.
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Ayanda’s doctor was not convinced, telling her not to place

Again with this bullshits called "miracles". Please stop spreading these myths. Deep coma patients are like potatoes or vegetables, they can't feel anything, they are no more. Noone should be kept "alive" with such a severe prognosis. The structural/physical damage to their brain is so severe that nothing can cure an atrophied brain now became a soup of cellular purtridity. The few people who awake from a coma have the IQ of an apple, is that life? Shackled to a bed for the rest of their miserable lives, making funny noises and faces. Just search on google images for brain ct scans of people in persistent vegetative state and compare it to normal people ct scans. Pretty self explanatory. I think the only chance to take back this people to life would be seriously researching in the field of stem cellls.





I think not all coma patients' brains are in identical physical conditions; perhaps only some can be helped in this way. But even that is wonderful!
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Ayanda’s doctor was not convinced, telling her not to place

Again with this bullshits called "miracles". Please stop spreading these myths. Deep coma patients are like potatoes or vegetables, they can't feel anything, they are no more. Noone should be kept "alive" with such a severe prognosis. The structural/physical damage to their brain is so severe that nothing can cure an atrophied brain now became a soup of cellular purtridity. The few people who awake from a coma have the IQ of an apple, is that life? Shackled to a bed for the rest of their miserable lives, making funny noises and faces. Just search on google images for brain ct scans of people in persistent vegetative state and compare it to normal people ct scans. Pretty self explanatory. I think the only chance to take back this people to life would be seriously researching in the field of stem cellls.
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I think not all coma patients' brains are in identical physical conditions; perhaps only some can be helped in this way. But even that is wonderful!
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Johannesburg - If miracles exist, Ayanda Nqinana may just have swallowed one.

After reading a report in City Press last month, his wife, Nomfundo, insisted that he be given a prescription for the sleeping pill Stilnox, which has the opposite effect on those with brain injuries.

It worked – and brought him out of a seven-year coma.

Nqinana had been the Peddie Municipality’s director of local development before a late-night car crash on a lonely Eastern Cape road in 2005 almost ended his life.

The accident tore him from his wife and their 2-year old son, Ayavuya, and left him with severe brain injuries, a fractured hip and legs, and unable to talk, leave his bed or feed himself.

For the past seven years, Nomfundo has visited her husband in East London’s Newhaven Hospital, hoping for signs that the man she had known before the accident was still inside his body.

“His eyes, he couldn’t follow any direction. For instance, if you were talking to him, even if you move from this angle to that angle, he doesn’t follow you. He couldn’t talk. Not at all,” she said.

Nqinana’s doctors said he’d probably remain that way.

Miracle recovery

But on August 12, family friend Nceba Mokoena came across an article in City Press about a miracle recovery made by another car crash victim, hundreds of kilometres away in Gauteng.

Louis Viljoen was given the sleeping pill by chance by his mother, Sienie.

She had noticed he wasn’t sleeping peacefully and asked her doctor if she could give him half a sleeping tablet. After she did, Louis opened his eyes and said “Hello Mamma”, his first words in five years.

Nceba phoned Nomfundo immediately to ask if she had seen the story, and whether or not Stilnox might just help her husband.

Initially, Ayanda’s doctor was not convinced, telling her not to place too much faith in newspaper reports. But Nomfundo insisted.

“Because I’ve been praying a lot for my husband to get better, I can try anything that is possible for his health. So eventually we agreed to get a prescription.”

They began giving Ayanda the drug, and waited to see what would happen. Five days passed with no improvement.

Read on......

[link to www.news24.com]
 Quoting: Aunty Flo


Again with this bullshits called "miracles". Please stop spreading these myths. Deep coma patients are like potatoes or vegetables, they can't feel anything, they are no more. Noone should be kept "alive" with such a severe prognosis. The structural/physical damage to their brain is so severe that nothing can cure an atrophied brain now became a soup of cellular purtridity. The few people who awake from a coma have the IQ of an apple, is that life? Shackled to a bed for the rest of their miserable lives, making funny noises and faces. Just search on google images for brain ct scans of people in persistent vegetative state and compare it to normal people ct scans. Pretty self explanatory. I think the only chance to take back this people to life would be seriously researching in the field of stem cellls.
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Fotunately, you are incorrect. I am an RN. I had a nephew suffer a gun shot wound to the head. The prognosis was "no hope". We prayed & prayed & were told it was a matter of a few hours. We refused to give up hope. We talked to him, explained what was happening & sat by his bed & held his hand. We did many, many other things for him. They told us his ICP had gone way too high & he was brain dead.

Well, after 7 days, he was able to follow 3 simple commands. The doctors & nurses were stunned, they still were insisting he was brain dead. It tooks lots of hard work & rehab, but today, he is able to drive a car & take care of himself & his 2 boys. He does have some left sided weakness, but he walks independently very well and I assure you he does not have the IQ of an apple!

You are obviously not a medical care giver because those of us that are realize that we know practically NOTHING about the brain! So stop being such a jerk! skull_fing
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Re: Miracle cure for brain damaged coma patients..... A sleeping tablet.
Of course big pharma does not want to take Liposomal vitamin C or intravenous Vitamin C.


Nevertheless this "sleeping pill," is great but not necessarily indispensable.

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A report in the Australian International Business Times this week says a New Zealand man miraculously recovered from a coma and is cancer free after taking 6 grams per day of liposomal vitamin C.

This type of vitamin C is encapsulated in a phospholipid. The phospholipid (which is a cellular bubble of sorts) cages up a specific nutrient and molecularize the nutrient making it easy for the vitamin to “slip through” the body’s cellular membranes. These liposomes are impervious to digestive juices and protect the nutrient as it moves through the digestive tract. This serves two purposes - to give the maximum dosage of the nutrient and to protect the lower gastrointestinal tract from upset.
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The longer I am in medicine the more I realize how LITTLE they know. I wonder how soon after the brain inury this medication has been tried? Maybe its the length of time that makes a difference? Maybe if given sooner?
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You can also use stimulants to help you sleep, with certain conditions

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"By the 16th month of his illness, DF spent much of the day as an akinetic mute with terrible headaches, confusion, mood swings, and myoclonus of the left arm (treated with levodopa). Despite his outward “dementia,” he inwardly pondered approaches to his condition, and, when again able to speak, he requested a regimen of stimulants.

He was prescribed phentermine HCl 37.5 mg (time-release), which he took twice daily and eventually 3 times daily (before meals and no later than 6:00 pm). The drug had immediate and dramatic effects, promoting not only alertness during the day, but apparently a sleep-inducing rebound when it wore off. He described the sleep experience as “natural”; he felt well upon arising, despite a slight headache that faded as the day wore on. For 4 consecutive nights, DF slept 5 hours each night, was able to drive, and returned to his daily routines, which included writing a novel. It was at this time when he began taking walks to physically tire himself. He no longer felt confused and reported that, aside from problems with his short-term memory and sense of time, he felt as well as before the onset of FFI. His blood pressure fell from 160/90 mm Hg to 140/80 mm Hg. His body temperature had returned to normal (98.2°F), and he did not experience any feverish surges in temperature while taking the medication."
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Surely someone asked him what it was like 'on the otherside' (if at all)/to be in a coma for that long...?
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Johannesburg - If miracles exist, Ayanda Nqinana may just have swallowed one.

After reading a report in City Press last month, his wife, Nomfundo, insisted that he be given a prescription for the sleeping pill Stilnox, which has the opposite effect on those with brain injuries.

It worked – and brought him out of a seven-year coma.

Nqinana had been the Peddie Municipality’s director of local development before a late-night car crash on a lonely Eastern Cape road in 2005 almost ended his life.

The accident tore him from his wife and their 2-year old son, Ayavuya, and left him with severe brain injuries, a fractured hip and legs, and unable to talk, leave his bed or feed himself.

For the past seven years, Nomfundo has visited her husband in East London’s Newhaven Hospital, hoping for signs that the man she had known before the accident was still inside his body.

“His eyes, he couldn’t follow any direction. For instance, if you were talking to him, even if you move from this angle to that angle, he doesn’t follow you. He couldn’t talk. Not at all,” she said.

Nqinana’s doctors said he’d probably remain that way.

Miracle recovery

But on August 12, family friend Nceba Mokoena came across an article in City Press about a miracle recovery made by another car crash victim, hundreds of kilometres away in Gauteng.

Louis Viljoen was given the sleeping pill by chance by his mother, Sienie.

She had noticed he wasn’t sleeping peacefully and asked her doctor if she could give him half a sleeping tablet. After she did, Louis opened his eyes and said “Hello Mamma”, his first words in five years.

Nceba phoned Nomfundo immediately to ask if she had seen the story, and whether or not Stilnox might just help her husband.

Initially, Ayanda’s doctor was not convinced, telling her not to place too much faith in newspaper reports. But Nomfundo insisted.

“Because I’ve been praying a lot for my husband to get better, I can try anything that is possible for his health. So eventually we agreed to get a prescription.”

They began giving Ayanda the drug, and waited to see what would happen. Five days passed with no improvement.

Read on......

[link to www.news24.com]
 Quoting: Aunty Flo


Again with this bullshits called "miracles". Please stop spreading these myths. Deep coma patients are like potatoes or vegetables, they can't feel anything, they are no more. Noone should be kept "alive" with such a severe prognosis. The structural/physical damage to their brain is so severe that nothing can cure an atrophied brain now became a soup of cellular purtridity. The few people who awake from a coma have the IQ of an apple, is that life? Shackled to a bed for the rest of their miserable lives, making funny noises and faces. Just search on google images for brain ct scans of people in persistent vegetative state and compare it to normal people ct scans. Pretty self explanatory. I think the only chance to take back this people to life would be seriously researching in the field of stem cellls.
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Fotunately, you are incorrect. I am an RN. I had a nephew suffer a gun shot wound to the head. The prognosis was "no hope". We prayed & prayed & were told it was a matter of a few hours. We refused to give up hope. We talked to him, explained what was happening & sat by his bed & held his hand. We did many, many other things for him. They told us his ICP had gone way too high & he was brain dead.

Well, after 7 days, he was able to follow 3 simple commands. The doctors & nurses were stunned, they still were insisting he was brain dead. It tooks lots of hard work & rehab, but today, he is able to drive a car & take care of himself & his 2 boys. He does have some left sided weakness, but he walks independently very well and I assure you he does not have the IQ of an apple!

You are obviously not a medical care giver because those of us that are realize that we know practically NOTHING about the brain! So stop being such a jerk! skull_fing
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I think he was deliberately being incorrect.
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Maybe they should put it in America's drinking water and then maybe they would wake the fuck up. sk
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the sleeping pill Stilnox, which has the opposite effect on those with brain injuries.
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Sleeping pills have always kept me up...

Hmm...

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The longer I am in medicine the more I realize how LITTLE they know. I wonder how soon after the brain inury this medication has been tried? Maybe its the length of time that makes a difference? Maybe if given sooner?
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The longer I am in medicine the more I realize how LITTLE they know. I wonder how soon after the brain inury this medication has been tried? Maybe its the length of time that makes a difference? Maybe if given sooner?
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Ok am i understanding this correctly? This woman commutes DAILY between Bhisho, South Africa and Newhaven, East London??? And when the guy supposedly started talking at the hospital in Newhaven they give her a buzz and ask if she can drop by on her way home from work like it's a 10 min detour or something??
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The longer I am in medicine the more I realize how LITTLE they know. I wonder how soon after the brain inury this medication has been tried? Maybe its the length of time that makes a difference? Maybe if given sooner?
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There is a God! Hope pays off!
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Uh, no. It was the pill he took. God had nothing to do with this...
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So...I used to be able to embed you tube videos.. now.. even after a search.. I can't.. so could some one Please embed this one?. It's so relevant..hf

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