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Drasko Cvijovic
Has anybody tried Melatonin as anty - ES remedy? I had bought it some 6 years ago, as some researchers suggested that it plays a role in mechanism of Emf influence to body... I can say that even when taken in an extremely small amount (of 1/10 of recommended dose) it did act for me the very, similar way as it happens when I am in a village far from any radiations - comforting and causing a kind of sleepiness... But I am using it very rarely as I am afraid of anything that potentially could have side effects.

By the way, let me tell you all that I am starting to love this list, and feel being in a very good company!

Drasko


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Re: melatonin

charles-2
Hello Drasko,
Melatonin as anty - ES remedy? No, I do not think so.
However.

Melatonin governs a number of important processes, and makes anti material
against tumors.
A number of studies in Germany have shown, that the influence of High
Frequency disturbs the making of melatonin.
The human body produces the hormone melatonin when it thinks it is dark. The
incoming high frequency radiation from mobile phone masts and the wireless
home phones according to the DECT/GAP principle, is seen by the body as
light, and
therefore, less melatonin will be produced.
(Night-workers have therefore also this problem)

Women with breast cancer have a too low level of melatonin.

An american has found that people with suicides had a melatonin level of
ZERO.

Others have found that the radiation of low level lowfrequencies (50-60 Hz)
also diminish the sufficient production of melatonin.

So, it is very important to sleep in a radiation-free bedroom.
That can be accomplished by shielding.

If you want to adjust the shortage in melatonin, a dose of 1 tablet of
minimal 3 mg is to be taken 1 hour before sleeping.
You sleep much better.
Many doctors see melatonin as a simple sleeping drug; I see it as an
adjustment to a shortage.

Although you sleep better, and the body can thus regenerate better, and a
certain stabilization can be achieved, I do not see Melatonin as an anty -
ES remedy.

Greetings,
Charles Claessens
member Verband Baubiologie
http://members.rott.chello.nl/cclaessens/
http://www.hese-project.org
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Drasko Cvijovic" <[hidden email]>
To: <[hidden email]>
Sent: Wednesday, February 11, 2004 02:40
Subject: [eSens] melatonin


> Has anybody tried Melatonin as anty - ES remedy? I had bought it some 6
years ago, as some researchers suggested that it plays a role in mechanism
of Emf influence to body... I can say that even when taken in an extremely
small amount (of 1/10 of recommended dose) it did act for me the very,
similar way as it happens when I am in a village far from any radiations -
comforting and causing a kind of sleepiness... But I am using it very rarely
as I am afraid of anything that potentially could have side effects.
>
> By the way, let me tell you all that I am starting to love this list, and
feel being in a very good company!
>
> Drasko
>

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Re: melatonin

akfixer
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In a message dated 2/10/2004 12:29:58 PM Eastern Standard Time, [hidden email]
writes:
Has anybody tried Melatonin as anty - ES remedy?
*****************

Hi Drasko and all ES group, One of the effects of EMF is to cause a
deficiency in the release of Melatonin during deep rest and sleep. The normal
function of Melatonin is to aid the body in recuperative functions during sleep.

I do not know if taking the product acts as a replacement of the deficiency.
Might be an interesting study from the group! Any other experience with it??.
Be Well... Bill W


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Re: melatonin

Anders Eriksson
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Hi everybody in this group!

Do someone on the list know if the production of melatonin could be
disturbed (inhibited) if you are stressed from low levels of low
frequency sounds (0-20Hz)?

I have had problems from ES for about 15 years or so. Some 5 years ago I
had the bad luck of living 30m above a large tunneling project. Since
then I have about the same reactions from low frequency sounds as from EMF!

/Anders Eriksson

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Re: melatonin

charles-2
Hello Anders Eriksson,

there are not so many studies on low frequency sounds in the 0-20 Hz range.
(Which is quite different from low electrical frequencies)
However I know some people who are plagued with it, mainly in greater
cities.
They certainly do have a bad sleeping.

In certain hospitals they can measure your melatonin production.

Greetings,
Charles Claessens
member Verband Baubiologie
http://members.rott.chello.nl/cclaessens/
http://www.hese-project.org
checked by Norton Antivirus


----- Original Message -----
From: "Anders Eriksson" <[hidden email]>
To: <[hidden email]>
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2004 19:15
Subject: Re: [eSens] melatonin


> Hi everybody in this group!
>
> Do someone on the list know if the production of melatonin could be
> disturbed (inhibited) if you are stressed from low levels of low
> frequency sounds (0-20Hz)?
>
> I have had problems from ES for about 15 years or so. Some 5 years ago I
> had the bad luck of living 30m above a large tunneling project. Since
> then I have about the same reactions from low frequency sounds as from
EMF!
>
> /Anders Eriksson
>

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Re: melatonin

juliehart1962
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--- In [hidden email], "Drasko Cvijovic" <pecina@c...> wrote:
> Has anybody tried Melatonin as anty - ES remedy? I had bought it
some 6 years ago, as some researchers suggested that it plays a role
in mechanism of Emf influence to body... I can say that even when
taken in an extremely small amount (of 1/10 of recommended dose) it
did act for me the very, similar way as it happens when I am in a
village far from any radiations - comforting and causing a kind of
sleepiness... But I am using it very rarely as I am afraid of
anything that potentially could have side effects.
>
> By the way, let me tell you all that I am starting to love this
list, and feel being in a very good company!
>
> Drasko
>
>
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
Melatonin is a hormone produced by a small gland in your brain. It
helps with your sleeping and wake hours. If your body is producing
too little melatonin you will have problems sleeping or falling
asleep. Many people with depression have this problem. The
supplements can be used short term but the safety of the
supplement on a long term basis is still being tested. I would say
if you are having problems with falling asleep or your sleep patterns
try the Melatonin supplement on a short term basis.

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