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juliehart1962
I believe I have electrical sensitivity. I have MS too but I'm not
sure if it is the MS or the sensitivity that is causing my problems.
When shopping in a grocery store or a large store like WalMart, my
eyes become sensitive to the lighting and I get extreme headaches. I
work in front of a computer all day and the building I work in has a
cell phone tower on top of it. I will become dizzy at work just
sitting in my chair, I lack focus, have headaches and I feel as
though my MS symtoms get worse at work. The building has been
checked for emr but we were told "it is within the limits". I would
like any information that would help me with this situation.

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Marc Martin
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>When shopping in a grocery store or a large store like WalMart, my
>eyes become sensitive to the lighting and I get extreme headaches. I
>work in front of a computer all day and the building I work in has a
>cell phone tower on top of it. I will become dizzy at work just
>sitting in my chair, I lack focus, have headaches and I feel as
>though my MS symtoms get worse at work. The building has been
>checked for emr but we were told "it is within the limits". I would
>like any information that would help me with this situation.

Julie, you sound like I was a few years ago. Couldn't stand being
in the building I worked in. Couldn't concentrate in front of a
computer. Had to get in and out of stores as quickly as possible
because of all of the florescent lights. I never correlated my symptoms
to cell phone towers, but I know they are all around.

For me, I've tried a lot of things, but basically the things which
were of obvious help to me were (and still are):

* FOOD: I found that eating small quantities of food frequently
throughout the day helped keep my strength up. Not just any
old junk food, but healthy food (which I buy at a health food
store, so it is organic and preferably raw). Eating an avacado
or a few almonds really helps me. Also mejool dates and
freshly juiced carrot juice. Also plenty of digestable protein
sources, which for me are mostly rice, beans, and "california
suncakes" :-) I've found a few foods which make my sensitivities
worse -- specifically oranges and sea salt.

* SUPPLEMENTS: I never had any luck with vitamin and mineral
pills, but there are still some supplements which I've found
helpful. Interestingly, most of them contain some sort of
sea vegetation, which is supposed to help detoxify the body
from heavy metals and radiation. An MLM product called
"Sea Energy" helps increase my tolerance for EMF. Also
a green superfood product called "Vitamineral Green". A
probiotic called "Primal Defense". An antioxidant called
"Active H". A mercury chelator called "NDF". I've had
some supplements make my sensitivities worse, like pure
chlorella & spirulina capsules/tablets. I think this may
be due to either contamination from heavy metals, or overdoing
it in terms of detoxification.

* EMF PROTECTION DEVICES: I never had any luck with shielding,
and avoidance is impossible in my workplace. However, I've
had great results from strange EMF protection devices that
offer no scientific explanation for how they work. Unfortunately,
I've only had good luck with about 1 device in every 10 I've
tried, so it's been a real trial & error. My favorite devices
right now are Springlife Polarizers from Bioharmonics.com .

http://products.bioharmonics.com/polarizers/polmodels.htm

Currently I wear an OM pendant in my pants pocket while I'm
awake, and have a Slimline model behind my computer at work
and at home. It makes a huge difference.

Also, one thing you can download and try immediately and for
free trial is a piece of Windows software called "the Quantum
Byte":

http://www.quantumproducts.com/catalog/quantum_byte.html

As a "computer person", I realize that it sounds ridiculous
that a piece of software could do anything to the EMF produced
by a computer, but as an "electrically sensitive" person, I
noticed the difference pretty quickly. It's not as strong
as the Springlife Polarizers, but it's something worth
trying.

Marc

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TV EMF

yldiz
Marc,

I have a TV very close to my head. I am wondering if it would be okay if I shut-off the stand-by button when I go to sleep or do I have to unplug the TV?

Also would electric lines inside the house walls generate EMF if there is no device working on them?

Thanks
Nil


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Marc Martin
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>I have a TV very close to my head. I am wondering if it would be okay if
>I >shut-off the stand-by button when I go to sleep or do I have to unplug
>the TV?

According to "the experts", it should be unplugged, but going by my own
reactions (which I would trust more than some "expert" who's never had
ES), TV's seem harmless when the standby button is pushed. But to be
safe, I would keep it as far away from you as possible while you're
sleeping.

>Also would electric lines inside the house walls generate EMF if there is no
>device working on them?

The electric lines always generate EMF, unless you have a switch that shuts
off the connection to the fusebox. According to my EMF meters, the levels
increase with the more things you have plugged into the circuit, and the
more things which are using electricity.

Marc

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charles-2
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> I have a TV very close to my head. I am wondering if it would be
okay if I shut-off the stand-by button when I go to sleep or do I
have to unplug the TV?

Hello Nil,
one should always keep a distance to a TV set, minimal 2,5 meter.
It is very bed in having a TV close to the head.
Stand-by positions should be avoided. It is best to unplug the TV.
Electrical apparatus and electrical cables do NOT belong in a
bedroom.

> Also would electric lines inside the house walls generate EMF if
there is no device working on them?
>
On all electrical lines, when there is a current on it, is an
electrical alternating field. As soon as the the current is flowing
through this line, when a device is working, a magnetic alternating
field is there also.

It astonisches a lot of people to see, that the electrical
alternating field strength of a desk-lamp may be much greater when
the lamp is out, than when it is running. Just turning the plug in
the wallsocket upside-down diminishes this field.
Mostly, halfway the cable, there is a switch, but only one part of
the double cable is disconnected.
The plus goes through the other, not separated cable part, through
the lamp, and back to the switch, and the current ends there.
By turning the plug upside-down, the plus goes till the switch, and
not any further. I hope that you understand this.
This does not go for the plugs who have a three-pin bracket.
Here in Europe, we do have a lot of so-called Eurosteckers, which do
have only two-pins.
So, it is best, for unplugging all you do not need.
Charles Claessens

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yldiz
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Mark,

Thanks so much. Excuse my CFS mind but I could not understand one thing clearly. If there are lines in the wall but nothing is plugged in,would it still generate EMF?

Thanks
Nil
----- Original Message -----
From: Marc Martin
To: [hidden email]
Sent: Friday, February 06, 2004 5:50 PM
Subject: Re: [eSens] TV EMF


>I have a TV very close to my head. I am wondering if it would be okay if
>I >shut-off the stand-by button when I go to sleep or do I have to unplug
>the TV?

According to "the experts", it should be unplugged, but going by my own
reactions (which I would trust more than some "expert" who's never had
ES), TV's seem harmless when the standby button is pushed. But to be
safe, I would keep it as far away from you as possible while you're
sleeping.

>Also would electric lines inside the house walls generate EMF if there is no
>device working on them?

The electric lines always generate EMF, unless you have a switch that shuts
off the connection to the fusebox. According to my EMF meters, the levels
increase with the more things you have plugged into the circuit, and the
more things which are using electricity.

Marc

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Re: TV EMF

yldiz
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Thanks Charles.very helpful.
Nil
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From: bitje2000
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Sent: Friday, February 06, 2004 7:08 PM
Subject: [eSens] Re: TV EMF


> I have a TV very close to my head. I am wondering if it would be
okay if I shut-off the stand-by button when I go to sleep

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charles-2
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> Thanks so much. Excuse my CFS mind but I could not understand one
thing clearly. If there are lines in the wall but nothing is plugged
in,would it still generate EMF?
>
Hello Nil,
if there is electricity on the lines, then there is an electric
alternating field present. (no magnetic field, because no device
uses electricity.
You can shield the wall with some special (LF) paint, which must be
earthed properly.
Otherwise, it is best to keep a distance between you and the lines.

For better understanding. With electricity, we speak of alternating
fields, electric and magnetic.
We also have static fields.
Static electrical fields occur when f.i. plastic surfaces are
rubbed, or with nylon flooring.
Static magnetic fields occur when metal objects becom magnetic. For
instance piping under the floor, metal building supporting profiles,
metal parts on your bed, the metal springs in your matrass.
(those influence you can see with a compass, by going over the
matrass in a straight line)
We also can have static magnetic fields by earth beams, or water
runnings under the earth surface. Those are geomagnetic fields.
And they all can have a negative influence on your body.

So, there are many dangers lurking at you.
One way or another, we all will suffer from environmental illnesses.
Electrosensibility, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, sound
sensibility, tinnitus, etc.
And one acts like a katalysator for the other.
So, if you have f.i. MCS, and you are not shielded against
electrosmog, you will become electrosensible, and your MCS will grow
also.
It is a devils chain. Hell on earth.
Charles Claessens

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