miike at erols.com
Wed Jul 23 01:39:27 EST 2003
"r norman" <rsn_ at _comcast.net> wrote in message
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> On Tue, 22 Jul 2003 19:35:12 -0400, "Mike Dubbeld" <miike at erols.com>
> >"r norman" <rsn_ at _comcast.net> wrote in message
> >news:m0dqhvof8t54cuoa9867f0u5lrfjo67pa8 at 4ax.com...
> >> On Tue, 22 Jul 2003 05:15:11 -0400, "Mike Dubbeld"
<miike at erols.com>
> >> wrote:
> >> >Anyone in this group that can talk about CSF? Or any suggestions?
> >> >
> >> >thanks,
> >> >Mike Dubbeld
> >> >
> >> Many here can give you general information. Some can give you
> >> detailed information. And one or two can even give you correct
> >> information ;-)
> >> Just what do you want to know? At what level are you interested?
> >> much do you already know about physiology? Once we know these
> >> we can steer you properly.
> >> Should we assume that you already have searched google for
> >> "cerebrospinal fluid" and have checked out out the most promising
> >> sites?
> >I was wondering if anyone ever heard of moving it consciously. I
> >can and what value there is to be able to do this/are there diseases
> >related to it not moving? Does CSF have an ionic charge to it?
> >Mike Dubbeld
> Cerebrospinal fluid is a salt solution containing, mostly, NaCl.
> Therefore it has a very strong ionic charge (Na+ and Cl-). However,
> it is not that different in any regard from other body fluids like
> blood plasma or intracellular fluid or tissue fluid (the stuff that
> collects in blisters). Note: the positive and negative ions cancel,
> the solution itself is not electrically charged.
Yeah, well I am doing it. I send it down then back up my spine. It comes
as no surprise it is not believable. I learned this from practicing
yoga. I was looking for acquiring a net charge.
Thanks I will definitely check them out.
> The fluid normally circulates. However, there is no way in the world
> to influence the movement consciously. The web site you need to visit
> is http://www.epub.org.br/cm/n02/fundamentos/circulation_i.htm which
> is specifically about circulation. Other useful sites are
> http://www.mult-sclerosis.org/cerebrospinalfluid.html and
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