Well, since Day 1, I was actually able to go to sleep as soon as hitting the pillow, instead of tossing and turning.
So far, I'm still able to go to sleep. And STILL wake up without the left sided headaches. How sweet is that?
Okay, for some more NON GLAMOUR shots. Keep in mind these photos are for comparison only and not to look pretty, but to show the differences in before I started on Day 1 and after the last NCR on Day 4. Hardly any makeup, but to show that the facial and cranial bones DO MOVE even at my age.
The one on the left is before, the one on the right is AFTER.
Notice on the left one, how my face around my eyes is compressed, pinched in and narrow. The right pic, my eyes are relaxed due to the compression being released. My left eye is higher than the right, so I look lopsided in the left before pic. I also look pissed off, but I promise you that I wasn't in either pic. She said to look real serious in the pic, so the differences can be seen. Also due to the palate moving forward, the nasal labial lines that go from the nose to the mouth corners is also lessened. The right is still a little compressed, as there needs to be more work done in about three months. Also notice that my neck is longer, due to the NCR decompressing my neck as well. It's because my head is no longer thrown forward.
I did a screen shot of the Before and Afters of the changes in my face in just FOUR days! Click out to view full sized...
In the second two pics (sorry they're so small, it's what she sent me), you can see on the left side, that my head is thrown forward, rounded shoulders pulled in, chest in, top of nose too flat, and upper palate in too much. The second pic, my head is straighter, up and more back, the shoulders dropped and rolled back. The top of my nose actually moved out, which makes my nose look smaller and is no longer crooked. I guess you could say that I had a nose job and a facelift without the knives and surgery.
Even as I'm typing this right now, I feel the sensations in my head, the bones STILL will be moving and adjusting themselves, for 2 weeks up to 2 months depending. There is usually 2 months in between sessions, and most people get 4 sessions for a total of 16 treatments. ALOT can happen in 16 treatments.
So apologies for the lack of makeup, but these are supposed to be diagnostics and to show people the results obtained from NCR.
My daughter has the same postural problems too, with the forward neck and palate being in too much. Her palate is not as far in as mine was, but it still needs to come out. I was kicked in the face by a horse at age 4 or 5.
Us and Hillary Lampers, ND. Sorry, still no makeup...