Interview of Daphne Bryan about “Parkinson’s and the B1 therapy”

Interview of Daphne Bryan about “Parkinson’s and the B1 therapy”

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In 2011, the Italian neurologist Dr Antonio Costantini began treating his Parkinson’s patients with high doses of vitamin B1.

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In 2011, the Italian neurologist Dr Antonio Costantini began treating his Parkinson’s patients with high doses of vitamin B1. As a result, he saw many of their symptoms improve, with no obvious progression in the disease over the five years he worked with them. Daphne Bryan outlines the research and the theories in her book ‘Parkinson’s and the B1 therapy’ and will talk about the therapy’s protocol, its difficulties, and its successes.

Daphne Bryan is a musician and a teacher and has a doctorate in music psychology. In 2010, she was diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Her first book “Music as Medicine, particularly in Parkinson’s” explores how music can be used to reduce symptoms.

In 2017 she read of Dr Costantini’s work and decided to try the B1 therapy herself. Within a few months, she realised that she had lost most of her Parkinson’s symptoms. The improvements have remained to the present day.

After advising people on how to adopt the therapy on a FaceBook group, she decided to bring together all the information Dr Costantini had left and write a book which would explain the available research and provide a handbook on the protocol.

Daphne lives in Scotland with her husband.

*** Due to exceptional circumstances this event will now be pre-recorded and released at 7:30 pm London time on the 18th of July on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN2A0vGOY6j13Ed1rV64gPQ

People registering for this event before close of business on Tuesday the 12th will be given the opportunity to submit questions ahead of the recording. ***