Some way to recover faster from brainrape?

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Some way to recover faster from brainrape?

Arctic Coast
I was out for a longer drive today,
and on my way back I stopped for some food.
In the diner they had 12-15 customers
-and a wireless calling system with vibrating plastic things.

They were very busy,
so even if I was first in line it took some time.
While I stood there waiting I felt the wireless impact getting quite violent to my brain,
and once they finally had taken my order I went outside to wait.

But that was too late,
and now (five hours later) my brain feels like mash/stew.

Last time this happened it took me four days before I recovered enough to read the papers again,
and I was wondering if anybody knows of anything that might shorten the recovery time?
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Re: Some way to recover faster from brainrape?

Marc Martin
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> Last time this happened it took me four days before I recovered enough to
> read the papers again,
> and I was wondering if anybody knows of anything that might shorten the
> recovery time?

Take some activated charcoal?  Or bentonite?   Sometimes magnesium helps me with this (e.g. large quantities of "Natural Calm" powder in water).  

I've also had luck with "Microhydrin" or "Megahydrate" in the past, which is harder to find (although easy to get online)

Marc

 
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Re: Some way to recover faster from brainrape?

Arctic Coast
Thanks,Marc.
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Re: Some way to recover faster from brainrape?

Fog Top
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Do you have a safe place to sleep - low RF and magnetic field?  A good night's sleep after being badly affected can help me, but sometimes the exposure messes with my sleep cycle which makes things worse.

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I was out for a longer drive today,
and on my way back I stopped for some food.
In the diner they had 12-15 customers
-and a wireless calling system with vibrating plastic things.

They were very busy,
so even if I was first in line it took some time.
While I stood there waiting I felt the wireless impact getting quite violent to my brain,
and once they finally had taken my order I went outside to wait.

But that was too late,
and now (five hours later) my brain feels like mash/stew.

Last time this happened it took me four days before I recovered enough to read the papers again,
and I was wondering if anybody knows of anything that might shorten the recovery time?


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Re: Some way to recover faster from brainrape?

Arctic Coast
Definitivt.

I have been working on the topic of low rf/mag sleeping area now for the last months,
and next step is to build a closed cage big enough for a bed
-with some space around it.
It will have a double layer of gypsum/plaster boards to shield LF soundwaves,
70mm glava for warmth,and one or more layers of Radiant barrier to shield MW.

And it will be on wheels,so I can move it around on the first floor
-searching for the best spot.

Although I still haven`t found what cable and dimension is needed,
for the grounding of RF energy..appreciate any inputs.