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Heart surgery patient uses EFT to breathe more easily

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Hi Everyone,

This brief article by Gene Theiss provides more motivation behind our suggestion to "Try EFT on Everything." Please consult physicians for all medical issues.

Hugs, Gary


By Gene Theiss

Hi Gary: 

I still find it hard to believe. 

Three months ago I had open heart surgery. After having a new valve and four by-passes I developed fluid on my left lung.  I think it was a month before the Doctor drained it.  After the heart surgery I found it at times very hard to breathe especially after walking up an incline or walking and talking.  I figured that was due to my heart surgery.  Draining the fluid didn't make my breathing any better and the Doctor lead me to believe that was the way it was going to be from now on. 

One night before going to bed I tried EFT.  Went to bed and didn't think if it work or not.  Three thirty the next day I noted that I had done something that usually made me very short of breath.  It didn't. 

Thanks for your help.

Gene

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