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Future Possibilities and Speculations about IPT
by Chris Duffield

        To my knowledge, ear conditions have not been the primary target of any IPT treatments.  But there are some tantalizing hints that IPT could be beneficial.  Certainly IPT could help rapidly deliver medications to fight ear infections and inflammation.  Perhaps the insulin could also help regenerate nerve pathways or other parts of the hearing system.  Here are the hints so far.   Keep listening...

  1. Dr. Paquette reports hearing improvements after IPT in some of his patients with apparently unrelated primary diseases:  a patient with hepatitis, and a patient with arthritis.  This latter case is quite noteworthy.  This patient "who had suffered from bilateral deafness for 30 years recovered an almost normal auditive acuteness the day following her second treatment.  She canceled the purchase of a hearing aid."

  2. Dr. Paquette also had a number of patients whose tinnitus or vertigo improved or went away after IPT treatment for other conditions.  He cites cases of  a patient with multiple respiratory diseases, and a patient with circulatory problems.  This latter patient spectacularly lost all vertigo in 48 hours after IPT, and almost completely cleared up his circulatory problems within 5 days, including the return of his senses of taste and smell.  Dr. Paquette reported that he found vertigo and tinnitus in many patients with circulatory problems, and was often able to clear them up within 24 hours.

  3. The US insulin study club of the 1930s reported beneficial effects on ears and hearing from small amounts of extra insulin.  They believed that insulin had a particularly strong positive influence on ectodermal tissues, and the epithelium of the inner ear is ectodermal.
 

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