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Let me tell you about 'Tony'.

So last night about midnight, I am in bed and just getting ready to turn out the lights and then the text comes in.

"I don't know if we are going to be able to see you tomorrow night.  We are at the Hospital.  We were out for dinner and Tony ordered Teriyaki Chicken, no nuts.  After 4 bites he noticed a cashew on his plate and started to have a reaction"

That was a text from his common-law wife.  But that's not all....

"He is really restless and his anxiety is up there too.  The Dr gave him Benadryl and an epi-pen so we are going to be here another 4 hours."

Now nut allergies can be pretty serious.  Here is an article that speaks to the symptoms.

So, Tony was feeling like absolute shit.  He had a severe reaction to the cashews.  His throat was raw from throwing up a couple of times and he could barely speak.  His anxiety levels were through the roof. Well, there was only one thing I could do.  Drive down to the hospital and run his Bars.

It's now 1:30 a.m.  I meet his wife at the Emergency Entrance, answer a few questions at the admittance desk and off to see Tony.

Tony is in bed (of course) connected to a heart/oxygen saturation monitor.  His oxygen saturation is showing 96 which is good.  His heart rate was fluctuating between 78 and 84 beats per minute.  Now as a resting heart rate, that is a little on the high side.  I was told later that is normal after the meds received.

We pull his bed from the wall to make room for me to sit on a chair.  Tony shimmies up the bed a little to give me easier access to his head and I begin to run his Bars.

I have found so far that the average time for me to run a client's bars is about 90 minutes.  And this is the first time I have done it in a hospital.  The session was about 2 hours.

When I finished the session, the oxygen saturation was registering 98 and the heart rate monitor was showing 72 beats per minute.  A dramatic change there.  And when Tony talked, his voice was almost back to normal.

This story is just another example of what Access the Bars can do for people.  Worst case scenario you will have a feeling of peace.  Best case scenario you will see your life change!

Thanks for reading and I look forward to sharing more stories with you soon!

Peter J. Gosciola ~ Your well being IS my business.