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DAY ONE: Ar­rival at the Barzi­lai Hospi­tal. Amy will be as­sessed and have the med­i­cal pro­ce­dure ex­plained to her. Then she will have to fast. DAY TWO: Un­der anaes­thetic, her drug re­cep­tors will be blocked. DAY THREE: She will be en­cour­aged to eat, and slowly re­turn to nor­mal phys­i­cal ac­tiv­i­ties. She will be dis­charged to a ho­tel around mid­day, with a clear nu­tri­tional sched­ule to heal the di­ges­tive tube, typ­i­cally very dry from the drugs. DAYS FOUR, FIVE AND SIX: She should con­tinue to eat well and be­gin swim­ming and walk­ing to en­hance her men­tal state. Dr Wais­mann says he also en­cour­ages a lot of sex to stim­u­late en­dor­phins, fur­ther im­prov­ing psy­cho­log­i­cal sta­tus. She will con­tinue to rest and re­cu­per­ate while work­ing with Dr Wais­mann to cre­ate a good-life plan, spe­cific to her in­di­vid­ual needs.

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