Re: Dove soap/question
- From: "Junebug" <junebug@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 10 Dec 2005 17:06:17 GMT
I think it was me, put the soap at bottom of mattress near feet under
the contour sheet. Put the bar of soap in a sock first to keep it from
slipping around. My mom uses different kinds and has more than one down
there. She changes them every 4/5 months.
"Mel" <mel@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Who originally posted about putting the bar of soap in the bed, for
> Just wondering I saw that Fran mentioned about holding the sheets up
> off the
> hurting feet...or something like that. Where, exactly should the soap
> I am asking b/c for the last few weeks to a month now we have a bar in
> waterbed!!!LOL I only have leg cramps once and awhile ...it seems to
> hit me
> a couple nights in a row then no trouble for maybe months sometimes.
> Richard on the other hand.... He averages maybe 2-3 times a week!!!
> always and seems to be worse during the summer months. But as of now?
> should have had at least 10-12 times he awakes with a severe leg
> cramp. This
> is sometimes in his calf area and other times its in the thigh
> area(back of
> leg). A lot more severe then I have ever had too!! Since I put the bar
> soap in the bed neither of us have had any trouble at all!!!! ;-)
> Now, we don't know but I seem to agree with Richard...he walks
> throughout the day ....outside!! He is a land surveyor and never
> stops walking from about 7:00 in the morning till around 5:00 at
> Whether or not the soap thing can be proven, I couldn't care
> it works so that's all that matters! ;-) I am wondering though if I
> have it
> placed in the right place? We have a king sized waterbed. So, I put
> the soap
> in a *thin* sock and then placed it between the mattress cover and the
> bottom sheet. Is this where it should be? Also I bought the bath size
> so I have only put one in there, halfway between us, at about knee
> level.......is this how you have heard it should be done?
> Thanks for the helpful hint! ;-) Like I said, I am not knocking
> cause it seems to be working!!! ;-)
> "Nicole H" <crimsonshedemonREMOVE@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> I'm not insulting the placebo effect.
>> The mind is a very powerful tool that we all underestimate.
>> visualization, biofeedback, hypsosis, etc all have been shown to
>> Explain those that believe in shamans, priest-healers and medicine
>> placebo effect has cured people and worked on diseases for more than
>> That's the mind at work.
>> My grandmother believes spraying her joints with WD40 helps keep
>> away. Doesn't mean it really keeps the arthritis away. But in her
>> does. Just like the bar of soap under the sheets.
>> > If it works for her, and it is not an invasive medication, isn't it
>> > a
>> > try to see if someone else gets the same results.
>> No one said it shouldn't be tried. It definitely can't hurt.
>> Merck canceled a clinical trial for an antidepressant when the
>> placebo was
>> working better than the anti-d.
>> another remarkable placebo effect was reported in which a protein
>> being tested on patients with angina. the drug was supposed to
>> the growth of new blood vessels in the heart and relieve angina.
>> after 10
>> months of treatment with the protein, patients were evaluated for
>> during a treadmill test. patients who received the placebo had less
>> dperformed longer on the treadmill test than patient who had received
>> The number of people responding to palcebos for any kind of symptom
>> frm about 30-70%; most studies report about a 50% response. For
>> disease or symptom, a person has a 50% chance of being cured simply
>> believing in the power of a placebo pill, prayer, a suggestion from a
>> physician, an herbal tea, or magic.
>> A french pharmacist named Emile Coué became famous for using
>> to cure people of all kinds of ailments His most famous
>> which millions of people recited to themselves, was: "Every day, in
>> way, I'm getting better and better."
>> Autosuggesstion is a powerful tool for improving health and solving
>> The mind does heal; the mind does kill.
>> "Cripple" <duh@xxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> >I do not believe that a placebo effect could works every night for
>> >over 5
>> > straight years. I think I resent that statement, but that is my
>> > problem
>> > She had it so bad that the doctors were going to be putting her on
>> > medication for it.
>> > The underquilt was purchased for my FMS problems. The only reason
>> > she
>> > even on it was we share the same bed.
>> > and RLS has gone away.
>> > "Nicole H" <crimsonshedemonREMOVE@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> > news:9ZOlf.1510$pE4.891@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >> placebo effect
>> >> whatever works
>> >> "~*LiveLoveLaugh*~" <Nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> >> news:yqKlf.2517$XC4.916@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> >> > Has this been discussed here before? Dove soap. Place a bar at
>> >> > the
>> >> > end
>> >> > of your bed in between the sheets and blankets. It's suppose to
>> >> > help
>> > with
>> >> > RLS and leg cramping. Now, I'm not one to believe in urban
>> >> > legends
>> > and/or
>> >> > old wives tales, but my mom and dad (back/leg problems) both
>> >> > swear by
>> >> > this. I was talking to Mom today because my legs are really
>> > me
>> >> > at night these days. She mentioned the "Dope Soap". I couldn't
>> >> > wait
>> >> > to
>> >> > get home and Google it.
>> >> >
>> >> > Just curious what y'all think about it, and even more so...
>> >> > have you
>> >> > tried it with any success??
>> >> >
>> >> > <putting Dove soap on my grocery list>!!!
>> >> >
>> >> > --
>> >> >
>> >> > ·.·´¨ ¨)) -:¦:-
>> >> > ¸.·´ .·´¨¨))
>> >> > Laurie
>> >> > ((¸¸.·´ ..·´
>> >> > -:¦:- ((¸¸ ·.·
>> >> >
>> >> > *~*LiveLoveLaugh, and hangin' in there!*~*
>> >> >
>> >> > "How disappointment tracks the steps of hope..."
>> >> > ~Letitia Landon
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >
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