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Amazing improvements in Syntonic Phototherapy after just 1 week

We're here with P M, who's been in syntonic photo therapy for about a week. What I'd like you to do is tell us what kind of problems did you have before? What kind of changes have you noticed now after just doing phototherapy syntonic phototherapy for a week?

Okay. So I came in to Dr. Roth and I was dizzy, lightheaded, disoriented anxious in crowds, stores, restaurants driving was hard for me. I'm now a week into the syntonic therapy and I was able to handle going to restaurants. My vision during driving has changed. I'm less anxious, more grounded and calm. And I came in. One of my biggest things was I felt like I was missing out on doing things with my son because I was over always overwhelmed. And now I was able to have two beautiful days with him down by the shore and go to arcades and restaurants and things I used to not be able to do.

What can you tell us about, because you mentioned about going to the beach and about the menu on the restaurant.

So I used to go to the beach and I would be so reliant on my sunglasses because the light exposure would give me migraines, headaches. And when I get those migraines, it's like, I need to sneak lights out, laying on my bed in the dark. And I was able to handle that recently. It was no sunglasses, as far as going to the restaurants, reading a menu would be so overwhelming to me finding this, focusing on things. And I was able to do that recently.

Wow. These are remarkable changes. Anything else you'd like to add?

Not really. It's just amazing to me, to be honest with you. I've been searching for answers for about six years at endless doctors didn't know what was wrong with me, started to feel like I was kind of making it up in my head. And then I found family eye care and signing therapies life-changing is the best way to put it. Wow.

Wow. That's amazing. That's amazing. Thank you so much for sharing.