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Last update: April 19 2011
I have always been a fast learner throughout my years of formal education but coming top of the class was not enough for me. I always wanted to explore and discover new frontiers of knowledge but this dream could never be realized on a silver plate. I fell sick with typhoid fever in May 2000 and although I took a full dose of drug prescription, I still suffered from the recurrence of that fever for the following two years. I was even forced to take at least one extra dose of those drugs to fight the same fever almost one year down the road to no avail. The situation was certainly aggravated by my allergy to certain air-borne elements that was brought to the surface by that infection and the side effects of drug medication. I needed a solution outside our conventional bounds of medication to remedy that resistant strain of fever. It is that necessity that became the mother of invention. We can therefore view problems as disguised opportunities in waiting. There is a difference between being a victim of annual malaria attacks and merely learning about malaria on paper or as a specimen in a laboratory; the former stands a better chance to undo malaria attacks faster than the latter. Towards my late teenage years I became weary of suffering a pattern of annual malaria attacks and it was then that I begun contemplating all ways to find a new remedy that could break that tide or pattern of malaria attacks.
The first time I recognized the medicinal value of air was in mid 2002, having been on over a 2-year fruitless fight against typhoid fever using our conventional medicines. At that time, I had also become prone to frequent cold (flu) infections and as I learnt over a series of times that prolonged exposure to plenty of cool air energizes or stimulates the body to swiftly fight off those colds (flu) before an infection could mature into a fever and runny nose. That was the first time (June 2002) I begun perceiving a link between one’s prolonged regulated exposure to cool air and developing robust immunity to infections. I benefited from my geographical location in Jinja at that time, where there is plenty of cool lake shore winds blowing from Lake Victoria, which lake is a few kilometers away from my place of residence at that point in time. The medicinal benefits accrued from my out-door exposure to cool winds inspired me to invent a mechanism of sleep that allows the body to continuously harness that medicinal value of air through the night. I begun to look into the possibility of that remedy becoming applicable in tackling a wide range of infections and other diseases especially those diseases characterized by fever, having been effective against flu. The next disease that I expected to fall to my continued use of this cool air was to be typhoid fever. Aerotherapy was effective on that front as well as it enabled me to gradually regain my physical well being that had been lost to typhoid fever and put a lasting end to that fever.
There was a lot that I was expecting from aerotherapy following those marvelous results that I had attained against flu and typhoid fevers; therefore, it would not come as a big surprise if I found this new medication effective in fending off malaria attacks. Since the last half of 2002, I set out to determine possibility of staying completely free from malaria attacks by resolving to make optimal use of cool air a personal habit or lifestyle. At the same point in time, I was not only interested in observing chances of becoming immune to malaria but also keeping track of the prevalence rate of malaria in my immediate surrounding. Before mid 2002, my average rate of malarial infections stood at about one attack per year. From 2002 up to today my average rate of malaria infections has completely fallen to zero times per year, indicating that I have attained complete immunity to malaria fevers for the last seven consecutive years due to my habitual optimal aeration of the body while holding other factors as equal. Meanwhile average rate of malaria infections per season in my areas of residence or immediate vicinity over a certain three year period was significantly higher than sixty percent per season.
A couple of years prior to my discovery of the medicinal value of air, I had been briefed by a reliable person on how one of my ancestors had effectively made use of cool air as a form of medicine to cure her offspring from fevers like malaria. I never took that piece of information seriously until I first recognized the medicinal value of air in 2002 and I came to appreciate the fact that there have always been intelligent traditional medical practitioners among us though most of them did not have the opportunity for formal education. Being illiterate or lack of formal education does not imply that one lacks survival skills or lacks scientific experiences acquired from interactions with one’s the natural environment and having the memory to collect data, store data, and use it to make reliable decisions and predictions. Everybody has a contribution to make towards science (pool of knowledge) regardless of whether one is formally educated or not. This revelation proves that aerotherapy has also been a form of traditional medication among some prudent people in our traditional society. The idea of using air as medicine was certainly new to me but not entirely new to the society except for my additional approach which happens to be new. The fact that my discovery of the new potentials in aerotherapy was independent from my ancestors’ use of it as a viable form of medicine can be shown by a new method in aerotherapy that I have brought up. The practice of aerotherapy has not been limited to Africa but has also been carried out in certain parts of Europe. Reliable reports from the foreign media like in the past cite the traditional practice by sickly people from certain countries in Europe of visiting certain resorts in the alpine regions of Switzerland to consume its rich and cool air in a bid to speed up their recovery from illness.
I consider current conventional medication in our society necessary but not sufficient to address all our health problems. Drugs are still expensive as most drug development companies can assure you that they prefer to research on diseases that affect people in developed countries and leave the poor people to develop their own medicines since they are profit oriented companies. It is a lesson to us to exploit our potential to conduct medical research, discovery and development of new medicines. The second serious flaw of conventional medicines is the tendency of germs or parasites to develop resistance to drugs used for treating common diseases like malaria, tuberculosis, and in some cases HIV. I still remember 1997 as my worst year of suffering from malaria having failed to recover from the disease even after two or three doses of chloroquine treatment due to parasitic resistance to drugs. It is an experience that gave me added impetus to find a new preventive solution that would eliminate malaria sickness from my annual life. There is a growing problem of counterfeit drugs being dumped on our African markets through our poorly equipped and poorly regulated customs points. There are also certain defects from malaria attacks on its victims that cannot be reversed for example; abortion and learning disability among some children. It makes prevention to be a preferable strategy to cure in this fight against malaria.
Application of fresh air as a source of medication has not been common place in the world due to a number of limitations surrounding the old methods of practicing aerotherapy. There is a traditional means of aerotherapy (natural aerotherapy) that simply involves relaxing or spending time out-doors especially in geographical locations open to plenty of cool and refreshing winds. These favorable locations for aerotherapy include; sea shores, lake shores, highlands, EST. The same type of ideal air is also openly available after a rainfall that leaves behind a clear blue sky. This old means of practicing aerotherapy is normally put in use by people who are sick such that they have a reasonable excuse and time to rest to facilitate faster recovery from illness but it is not popular in our fast and modern world because people have no ample time to rest and relax out doors. This traditional means of aerotherapy is only practical at day time when people can stay out doors yet day time is also a period of time when people are fully occupied with economic activities. It is not therefore feasible for that method to be employed daily or regularly for prevention of infections. The second old method of practicing aerotherapy (artificial aerotherapy) involves use of special equipment to condition the composition, the pressure and temperature of the air to stimulate healing of the body. Energy needed to maintain and drive such equipments is outside the reach of many people in the developing countries and such a method for aerotherapy is therefore too expensive for use in a prevention based strategy of medicine. None of those two old methods of practicing aerotherapy offers a feasible, affordable and sustainable preventive remedy to a range of infectious diseases in our developing countries; thereby paving way for my newly invented method of practicing aerotherapy.
Available literature on this subject has not been included in this presentation due to lack of sponsorship to secure permission from respective authors to quote the work. However, you can study and understand the scientific basis of this therapy attached to the abstract and a bibliography is offered at the bottom of this page.
A human body has its own defense system against infections called the immune system. Immune system works at all times to detect any invasion by germs and retaliate by generating cellular and molecular ‘arsenal’ to target the germs on the offensive in a bid to eliminate them from the body. If it is the first time for a specific germ to invade the body then the immune system requires some time to muster sufficient antibodies to tackle that specific germ and such an attack can be severe. Subsequent attacks by the same germ tend to be less severe as the body already has partial immunity to that germ and takes less time to replicate antibodies that were manufactured in the first attack. Adults who have grown up in malaria endemic regions enjoy that kind of partial immunity to malaria and therefore remain prone to only less severe malaria attacks. Unlike malaria parasite, the flu virus keeps mutating or changing its structure from time to time making each attack to be different from the previous, as it requires new antibodies to be made for each attack. The level of immunity enjoyed by the body against infections varies from person to person depending on factors like age, nutrition, and other personal habits that we are yet to find out. Having high immunity to infections implies that the body is highly resistant to infections and low immunity to infections means that one is prone to contract infections frequently.
Aerotherapy is the medicinal use of air to improve on the physiological functions of body systems, and for prevention or treatment of diseases. It entails facilitating the body with conditions for easier absorption of the ideal quality of air needed to effectively run all bodily systems. All people already subconsciously enjoy air as a form of medicine but not all people are conscious of that medicinal benefit enough to regularize its intake. It involves identifying that ideal quality of air and consciously making the most use of it as a requirement to boost the health of the body. You read about the making of antibodies in the last paragraph, a process that cannot favorably take place without available energy derived from oxygen or air being involved. The duration of time in which the body is adequately exposed to the quality of air ideal for aerotherapy was the independent variable of concern in this research project. The new method for practicing aerotherapy involves use of the night’s cooling air, which is convenient for most people given ample time for rest and location at one’s place of residence unlike the other old methods. This implies that aerotherapy is now so easy to practice like never before such that people can now practice aerotherapy daily or regularly. My invention can now prolong the duration of treatment of the body with cool or fresh air and thereby allows people to reap maximum benefits from practicing aerotherapy.
NB: Clinical symptoms were used to differentiate between the types of fevers mentioned above as laboratory facilities were not available for my investigation.
Flu is a disease that is characterized by sneezing, an itching sensation in one’s nasal cavity that later could turn into a sore throat, dullness of one’s taste buds (poor sense of taste), running nose, high fever, watery eyes (blurred vision), stuffing of nostrils, headache and dehydration. It worsens conditions of people with hypertension and heart disease due to its stifling effect on the respiratory or breathing system of the victim and thereby increasing their risks of suffering a heart attack and death. Flu is caused by viruses, which is normally spread from person to person through sneezing or cough from an infected person. The incubation period for flu ranges from hours to a couple of days utmost depending on the strength of one’s immune system. The key to foiling flu/common cold attack lies in detecting its occurrence from its earliest symptoms already named above and launching a swift aerotherapeutics counter-attack.
Malaria is a disease with a range of symptoms and signs that include; fever (rise in one’s body temperature), loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, headache, joint pains, muscle aches and general body weakness. The disease can deteriorate into a dangerous level if no appropriate treatment is extended to the victim with signs of severe anemia (very pale palms/ eyelids/tongue), dehydration ( sunken eyes), difficulty in breathing, drowsiness and convulsions/fits. The other defects that can arise from malaria infection are; cerebral malaria, abortion in pregnant women and brain damage that impairs learning abilities in certain children. Malaria is caused by a plasmodium parasite carried by a female anopheles mosquito from the blood stream of one victim to a new victim. The incubation period for malaria parasite in a human body ranges from one week to two weeks with the liver serving as the initial destination of this parasitic invasion before evolving into a dangerous second phase of blood invasion. Very many red blood cells are destroyed in this second stage of malaria invasion that leads to the actual sickness period characterized by a host of symptoms and signs already listed above. (This incubation period is long and convenient enough for one to foil a malaria invasion or avoid the sickness stage altogether using aerotherapeutics lifestyle, as we shall see later on).
Typhoid fever is a disease of a persistently high body temperature, sluggish digestion or low appetite, headaches, and occasional stomach upsets. It is normally confused with malaria until one carries out a laboratory diagnosis to identify its germs as being bacteria and not plasmodium. It also causes skin inflammations that leave a victim with many dark spots over the body. Typhoid fever is contracted by ingesting water or foodstuff that had been contaminated by the bacterium from the body of another person that had been infected by typhoid fever. The gut or small intestines are the destination or breeding ground of typhoid bacteria and this invasion can lead to ulcers (perforations on walls of the intestines) of the victim.
The main objective of my investigation that followed my discovery of the medicinal value of air and invention of a new method for practicing aerotherapy was to assess the efficacy of aerotherapy in the prevention or combating a variety of infections. Other objectives that fall under the main objective include: Establish if aerotherapy can stem the pathogenesis or development of flu/common cold infection in the body; i.e. determine if aerotherapy can fend off flu/common cold attacks by curtailing the duration and severity of that disease in a human body. Determine whether aerotherapy can cure or put a lasting end to the typhoid fever that I had been suffering from prior to my discovery of aerotherapy in 2002. Establish if systematic practice of aerotherapy as a routine yields complete protection against malaria infections. I was more interested in the preventive approach rather than the curative remedy to malaria as I was already aware of the fact that aerotherapy had been found to be an effective curative remedy for malaria in traditional medical practice. I was also interested in finding out the means by which aerotherapy aids in the prevention or cure of diseases at the cellular and molecular level of the immune system.
The hypotheses for the experiment were as follows; (hypothesis is the belief that one declares at the start of an investigation and intends to verify by the end of that given investigation.)
1. Ensuring systematic adequate exposure of the body’s to cool air enables the body to completely foil flu (common cold) attacks in the early stages of the infection (sneezing stage).
2. Habitual optimal treatment of the body with fresh or cool air effectively eliminates typhoid fever from the infected body.
3. Systematic optimal aeration of the body through the night completely cuts down one’s average annual rate of malarial attacks to zero.
METHODS AND MATERIALS
Experimental medication of the body with fresh air:
An experiment can be defined as systematic manipulation of a given body in the environment to determine a pattern of results that accrues from agiven manipulation. I happened to be the only subject under my manipulation and observation. Manipulation involves transforming a body from one distinct value (point) of the independent variable to another. The independent variable in this particular trial is the length of time during which the body can optimally absorb cool (fresh) air. Regulating the body surrounding/covers to ensure consistency of adequate absorption of cool/fresh air is the target of aerotherapy, which had to involve a remarkable departure from a pattern of erratic or irregular episodes of optimal exposure of the body to that cool air. The new method of practicing aerotherapy that I brought to use in 2002 involves regulation of the materials and manner by which I cover the body overnight to achieve consistent optimal aeration of the body through the night. On the other hand, a set of all values that were generated from manipulation of the body constituted the dependent variable of an experiment. The dependent variable in this trial is the level of resistance that a body exhibits to a particular infection. The object of every experiment is to determine if there is a link between the dependent variable and the independent variable e.g. find if maximizing resistance to infections depends on consistent adequate aeration of the body. There were three dependent variables in this research project according to the three infectious diseases observed in this investigation;
1. The first dependent variable was my success or failure to stem flu (cold) infections using aerotherapy. The success of this trial could be known by my ability to stop the pathogenesis of flu on its tracks using aerotherapy exclusively before it could develop symptoms of fever, runny nose, stuffy nose and general body aches. This investigation entailed an active-historical form of control where the past results from my use of cold and flu pills to treat cold/flu were compared with the present results I obtained from my exclusive use of aerotherapy to diffuse flu/colds. Both the old and newly invented natural procedures of administering aerotherapy were followed in a bid to stem flu/cold infections.
2. The second dependent variable was my success or failure in achieving a lasting cure from a typhoid fever. The type of control was historical active control where the past results that I obtained from the use of drugs or pills to treat typhoid fever were compared with present results that I generated from application of aerotherapy to cure typhoid fever. Both the old and newly invented natural methods of administering aerotherapy were adopted in a bid to get rid of typhoid fever.
3. The third dependent variable was the absence or presence of a malaria symptoms per given year of systematic application of aerotherapy to prevent malaria. I did not adopt the use of insecticide treated nets for the first four years, nor using herbal remedies and no use of food supplements as control measures that I undertook to determine the exclusive effect of aerotherapy on the level my natural immunity to malaria. All the locations of my investigation had to be endemic to malaria i.e. there was always a considerable population of mosquitoes to infect residents in my surrounding with malaria throughout the year. Being the only subject of this trial, the effect of this intervention could only be known by comparing my average annual rate of suffering malaria infections prior to adopting aerotherapy with the average annual rate of malaria attacks that I sustained in the course of practicing aerotherapy over the last eight years. It is a type of control known as historical control. The newly invented means of administering aerotherapy was deemed adequate to serve the purpose of prevention of malaria.
(a) The results obtained from my application of aerotherapy as an intervention to foil flu infections have largely been impressive enough to inspire me against other diseases. Unlike cold and flu pills, aerotherapy has been effective in stopping cold and flu infections from developing into adverse symptoms of flu such as fever, runny nose, and stuffy nose, excessive loss of body fluids and general body pains nor headaches. Whereas I would take nearly two weeks to fully recover from the debilitating symptoms of flu with pills alone, presently I just need couple of days of moderate schedule for practicing aerotherapy to enable me fully regain my fitness. There are a number of lessons that I learnt from a number of times when aerotherapy treatment had failed to yield positive results against flu. In those instances, I had taken too long to detect flu invasion and respond accordingly, and I was also having tight and stressful schedules that could not allow me to obtain the best possible results against flu. Stress generally reduces the gains of aerotherapy. There are at least five times now that I have applied aerotherapy in the wake of those lessons and reaped fabulous resistance to flu like never before. Unlike malaria that can be effectively resisted with only my nocturnal method of practicing aerotherapy, flu had to be resisted by both my nocturnal and the traditional out-door methods of practicing aerotherapy.
(c) The typhoid fever that had been resistant to drugs in the face of repeated doses of conventional drug medication was eventually eliminated by practicing aerotherapy. My body temperature that had been persistently high due to a typhoid fever gradually leveled off through aerotherapy. My appetite returned to normal having been distorted by typhoid fever and the general healing of my gut occurred due to practicing aerotherapy. The inflammations and black spots on my skin that had been caused by typhoid fever gradually faded way. Drugs had failed to clear those symptoms over a two year period unlike aerotherapy that has proven effective in putting a lasting end to all those symptoms of typhoid fever.
(c)The table below shows results I obtained from a habit of practicing aerotherapy over the last six years.
|APPLICATION OF AEROTHERAPY
|NUMBER OF MALARIA ATTACKS
The total number of malaria attacks that I suffered in a bid to evade malaria attacks by exclusive means of aerotherapy over the last seven years is zero and therefore the average number of malaria attacks per year over the same period is also equals to zero. On the other hand, the average number of malaria attacks that I sustained prior to 2002 was about one infection per year during which time the practice of aerotherapy was not my pattern of life. My systematic practice of aerotherapy over the last sevenyears has been associated complete eradication of my previous pattern of annual malaria attacks.
In this 2009/10 incomplete year, I was forced to suspend the practice of aerotherapy from time to time during cold spells of weather in order to mitigate or fend off toothache, which eventually led me to contract malaria disease in the last week of November 2009. I kept my body constantly warm night and day for over 2 weeks using tight and warm clothings/beddings leading to that predictable incident of malaria sickness. It is now clear that my regular use of warm and tightly fitting clothings/beddings minimized the body’s access to cool-fresh air, which offered a fertile ground for malaria infection or parasites to mature into that malaria sickness.
The latest attack of malaria that I suffered occurred in mid March of 2011, which is my ninth year of practicing aerotherapy. The difference in the factors leading to this particular attack from the previous one was a period of at least two weeks of living in a hot, dry and dusty surrounding which significantly compromised my respiratory efficiency or depth of my breath. The similarity between this latest malaria illness with the previous one of late 2009 is the exceptionally high levels of humidity experienced in the eves of each of those days from which I started feeling malaria fever. High relative humidity limits the amounts of oxygen that the body can absorb in a given volume of breathe to protect one’s health. Both cases of malaria illness were certainly preceded by patterns that deprived the body of optimal intake/levels of fresh air. The 16th and 17th of March 2011 were characterized by relatively cool or mild weather which was favorable for aerotherapy. That was complemented with my increased intake of drinking water to at least two liters per day for three days and routine moderate physical activity (equivalent to walking one and a half kilometers per day) enabled the body to clear off that malaria illness without resorting to conventional medicines. It was my first time ever to completely get rid of malaria infection at such a late stage by using exclusively natural elements like fresh air, drinking water, regular meals and routine physical activity.
The sampling strategy and sample size is one of the limiting factors of this research project. The sample size is small as well as being non-probabilistic type of sample as opposed to the big well organized clinical trials of our modern world. Although sample size is certainly something to reckon with in scientific research yet it is not everything as far as attaining medical discoveries is concerned. Dr. Edward Jenner invented a vaccine against small pox using only one person at his disposal for the first trial to validate his hypothesis but now the whole world practices vaccination. He had spent a good deal of time observing that girls who milk cows were prone to cow pox and recognized that those girls were surprisingly immune to small pox for him to develop his hypothesis on vaccination. That example shows that large clinical trials are necessary when economic conditions are favorable but has not been the only means by which medical discoveries have been processed into conventional practice of medicine. Clinical trials are extremely important when a new element or compound is being introduced into a human body but for this case air is already a well tolerated element of a human body system making a large trial in this case more of a luxury than a necessity at this stage. It is a question of how other people who need this medication can adapt to this practice of aerotherapy within clearly defined limits of safety and efficacy. There are a number of factors that compensate for this dismal sample size: aerotherapy has enabled me achieve positive results in a fight against various infections; aerotherapy has been repeatedly effective in fighting flu/cold over several times of its application in the same subject; and the period of investigation has been long enough to generate a stable trend of complete immunity to malaria infections. However, large scale clinical trials will be necessary when need arises to enact a public policy on promoting the practice of aerotherapy.
Safety is an important element in every medicinal trial but for this case air is not a new element or compound being introduced into a human body to fan worries of safety. Nonetheless, there are certain adverse effects that can occur if someone is not properly guided by a person with long-term experience in this particular field of medicine. It is worth stressing that both temperature extremes of heat and cold are destructive to every body. Effective practice of aerotherapy involves maintaining balance between maximum aeration of the body and preserving the normal temperature range of the body. Excessive exposure of the body to cold air or water leading to a drought has been known to depress the immune system of people or lead to pneumonia. People who are asthmatic and sicklers are rather sensitive to cold air but cannot be denied the knowledge and skills of aerotherapy if they are old enough to manage their conditions. If one is a victim of any of those conditions then one has to be extremely careful in moderating the level of exposure of oneself to cool air to avoid any excess that is harmful to the body.
The first time that I heard about the effect of fresh air in eradicating infections or fevers from the body almost seemed like hearing a fairy tale. At that time my confidant was telling me how one of my grand parents reported effective use of aerotherapy to cure her offspring from fevers. That report has now been confirmed to be credible almost ten years down the road. The same material (air) has been effectively used in combating the same problem by two different people acting independently in two different locations and at two different points of time. The same therapy has not only been effective in curing or prevention of one infection but has shown effect against all the infections that have been reported here, thereby confirming the medicinal efficacy of air. It has to be stressed that aerotherapy has not only been effective in preventing malaria once but in all the six and a half years over which it has been practiced. Aerotherapy has been applied several times to stem flu/cold and worked effectively except in certain instances where there was poor response due to stress and delays in application of this therapy. Flu attacks have been normally more frequent and more contagious than malaria attacks in a society. Flu is a viral disease whereas malaria is caused by a parasite. Although aerotherapy was used in the cure of typhoid fever only once, this result also carries a lot of significance because that typhoid fever had been resistant to repeated doses of drug medication that had been administered over a two year period.
Furthermore, the results obtained from the experimental use of aerotherapy to fight off infectious diseases above agree with the science literature that indicates the positive effect of aerotherapy in boosting the natural immunity of a person. Aerotherapy had already been known to stimulate elevated production of antibodies. The science literature corroborates all the positive results that I have been able to achieve against infectious diseases. It has been common knowledge that sleeps and rest enhances immunity to infections but what ingredient of sleep really matters most to one’s immunity to infections? It has to be stressed that the quality of sleep characterized by efficient respiration and optimal aeration (ventilation) of the body in the course of sleep apparently constitutes the essential component of sleep to one’s immune system. The attribute of my newly invented method of practicing aerotherapy in alleviating or getting rid of sleep disorders like nightmares and snoring certainly distinguishes its capacity to enhance the quality of sleep, which ultimately builds up the immune system.
Empirical data generated from experimental treatment of the body with fresh air supports all the hypotheses raised in this investigation. The positive outcomes of this inquiry also agree with the outcomes from all other scientists in the modern and traditional practice of aerotherapy. I can therefore assert that aerotherapy has the capacity to mitigate, prevent or cure various infectious diseases regardless of whether they have been mentioned in this report or not, considering the exceptional achievements I have realized from my meager budget for this investigation. It is more or less clear at this point that aerotherapy stimulates sustained proliferation of immune cells and related molecules most likely from the adaptive immune system to offer stiff resistance to germs or pathogens in the body. Malaria parasites do not only thrive in our warm climate but also thrive particularly a body that is kept constantly warm through personal habits such as excessive use of tightly fitting and warm dressings/beddings in relatively shelters with limited circulation of fresh/cool air. It is important to recognize that adopting the practice of aerotherapy can greatly boost the capacity of one’s immune system to suppress a variety of infections or pathogens in the body.
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NOTICE ON LITERATURE REVIEW AND REFERENCE SECTIONS:
If you happen not see the literature review and reference sections in this report then it is because they have been deliberately hidden by the author until he can afford to obtain permission of other authors to quote their text in this report.
The author does not take responsibility of anybody who dives into the practice of aerotherapy on the mere basis of results contained in this report without getting clear instructions and guidance from a qualified practitioner of this therapy.
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