Rubber Dishwashing/Similar Gloves May but Probably Dont Help ES Sensitivity While Using Computers

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Rubber Dishwashing/Similar Gloves May but Probably Dont Help ES Sensitivity While Using Computers

Brandon83
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***EDIT (5/19): TITLE/CLAIM MAY BE WRONG.  Tested body voltages with my body voltage meter touching mouse with bare hand then touching mouse with glove on and had slightly higher body voltage with glove on, so perhaps I seem to feel better for a different reason, not electrical current/field reduction.

Rubber dishwashing/similar gloves help sensitivity while using Computers, and allow the body to relax and think correctly without disturbance.  This is a significant method whereby I am working 14-17 hour days at my laptop - I believe that without these gloves, my body would inflame slightly more, and thus it become harder, more fatiguing, more painful, and I would require more rest to work continously.

Later additions, 5/9/18:
Personally I have found thick latex gloves help when using my laptop on battery power, but when plugged-in, I switch to 2 nitrile gloves (worn over each other), since after testing combinations those seem to reduce electric sensitivity to my plugged-in mouse/external keyboard the most. I don’t understand why exactly, just that both are rubber variations.

I also use NO mousepad, since I tested a few and they all amplified electric field exposures to the hand while my laptop is plugged in - my ball mouse works just fine on my wood desk surface.  I use my mouse on my extend-out lower part of my wood desk, so that it stays 8+ inches at all times away from my external keyboard, which I keep just in front of my laptop, since my external keyboard (Logitech K120 $10) emits intermediate frequencies (as identified by my old style AM radio) for 1-2 feet away from it in all directions - thus the emissions do not reach my face and are reduced near my hand - since the mouse is on the lower extend-out piece, the upper top part of my desk is also acting as a blocker for the several inches to my hand from the external keyboard (and laptop, which's mainframe/keyboard emits intermediate frequencies for a foot or so as well).
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Re: Rubber dishwashing/similar gloves help sensitivity while using Computers

Jinna
Thank you for telling us!!!
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Re: Rubber dishwashing/similar gloves help sensitivity while using Computers

sailplane
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All that would do is block the E fields, which are easily blocked.. so likely you had high E fields if you notice that much of a difference.
Won't do anything for Magnetic fields though.
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Re: Rubber dishwashing/similar gloves help sensitivity while using Computers

Brandon83
My Cornet ED88T shows no e-field emissions, radio frequency emissions, or magnetic fields anywhere on the surface of my mouse ($10 ball roller from LessEMF.com).  My old style AM radio shows no intermediate frequencies generated near the mouse surface except slightly over the ball roller.  Thus I highly recommend the $10 Ball Roller Mouse from LessEMF.com to any electrically sensitive (and normal) people.

I have tested taping aluminum foil tightly over the surface of my mouse to reduce intermediate frequencies which, I believe, were the cause of irritation of my hand while using my laptop on battery power.  However, I stopped since the foil made something worse, perhaps slightly amplifying the electric fields on the mouse surface and thus current into my hand, and certainly amplified the electricity going into my hand while my computer was plugged in (ED88T showed jump from 200v/m to 300v/m with aluminum foil on surface while laptop plugged in).