Burning Tongue because of a quarrelsome grandmother …
… but still, I am happy to be able to send you another testimonial
Thanks to your site and a testimonial here, I was able to leave my fear track behind and calmly face the end of my SBS. Thanks a lot to you, your family, and Dr. Hamer for your work.
I’ve just had the experience that there is some truth to the old adages, and you can look there in terms of a DHS, and it’s also always good to pay attention to where your attention is going when you are looking for a DHS.
I am currently in Holland with two of my three kids. For the youngest’s birthday, my husband and the grandmother of the middle came to visit for five days. This disturbed our daily routine very much, although we enjoyed the visit.
On the 4th day, every day was an egg race to avoid arguments. Grandmother played with my family and whined, ordered, complained, etc. I was in the house, and it burned on my tongue to rebuke her and demand harmony. But I withdrew all day and said nothing.
In the evening, she broke down, cried, complained that she was always alone with us, etc. I talked openly, reassured her, and showed her points.
During the night, I woke up because my tongue was burning painfully. It took a while for it to recover. It only tingled the following day. The next night, grandmother had now left, I woke up again with a burning tongue, but this quickly subsided. I then had a tingling and yet numb feeling on my tongue for two more days.
Once again, it points out to me that there is some truth to the old statements, and it makes a difference whether I think it burned my tongue or I could have bitten my tongue off… these are different perceptions, and accordingly, they may be different DHS.
Especially with my children, I pay attention to what they say and their movements and take them back to their thoughts.
Note by Helmut Pilhar
The squamous epithelium of the tongue belongs to the so-called gullet-mucous pattern. It hurts in the active phase and epi-crisis but is numb in the healing phase.