Infrared Helmet Therapy
Currently, Ryan spends 30 minutes under the infrared therapy helmet daily. Beginning Monday this will increase to one-hour, consisting of two 30 minute sessions. The extra session will target his frontal lobes. The frontal lobes are associated with reasoning, planning, parts of speech, movement, emotions, and problem solving. Essentially, higher-level human functions.
What I’ll likely do is give one session in the morning and the other in the evening. That is, unless I hear compelling reason to put them back-to-back. So far, of the little research that now exists, there is no recommendation either way. We’re blazing new trails here, folks.
Rotary Event: Saturday
Tomorrow evening, beginning at 6:00 PM, is the long-awaited Rotary Club of Ashburn Spring Gala for Ryan. It’s a somewhat upscale (semi formal) event that includes:
- Hors D’ Oeuvres
- Silent Auction
- Three Course Dinner
- Music and Entertainment
You can get more information, and even register to secure a seat, by visiting the Rotary Club of Ashburn website.
I love that people enjoyed it and had a good laugh. I had fun doing it. It’s healing to laugh at oneself from time-to-time. I’ve learned a ton through this whole ordeal. I’ve changes a ton too, in regard to my public persona. I use to have two-faces (private and public), but now they have blended into one. For what is worth, it now favors my private face.
I can draw that face if you want. 🙂