Chemo Brain help

by admin on August 3, 2014

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I was referred to Life Vessel after completing chemo treatment and being left with a bad case of chemo brain.  I couldn’t hold a thought long enough to even find a pen to get it written down, let alone contribute to and/or track conversations.  I just kept losing the thread, both what they were talking about and what I was trying to say!  It was truly awful.
I had the LV -4 sessions in 3 days- kick start. (my words)  After which for a couple (2-3) weeks I had ups and downs emotionally and then woke up one morning with my brain working at a level similar to where I was before Chemo.  I was able to write and present complex proposals, field questions and suggest possible compromises or alternative solutions when necessary.  I was blown away.  It was like somebody finally found the switch and flipped it back to the “on” position.  It made going to work so much easier.  No worries about what I may have forgotten to do (or how to do it) and there by alleviating a great deal of stress I was under.  I am continuing to go to LV as I believe it will help me more fully recover my health.
I have referred people to LV and will continue to do so.  I am a firm believer that this process is enormously helpful and the reason I am doing as well as I am right now. ~Kat

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