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What to do if I get sunburns?

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by Butters, Apr 13, 2015.

  1. Butters

    Butters New Member

    And what is the point of sunglasses? Should we wear them actually? Should we wear them only at mid-day when Sun is strongest and frequencies arent beneficial?
     
  2. Danny

    Danny New Member

    the suggestion is… if you are leptin sensitive then you can wear blue blockers in the strongest sun. I think ou see many on the forum wearing them when the sun is strong and they're in the car or behind windows. The do this b/c of the tyndall effect. I don't think I'm as leptin sensitive as I should be yet. I tried wearing blue blockers during the middle of the day for a few days and it made me sleepy during the day and my sleep at night wasn't as good
     
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  3. lohd2015

    lohd2015 New Member

    Ever since starting cold air CT and sunning with just coconut oil and iodine (Lugol's), I am discovering a lot of small round spots that have no pigmentation all over my body, mostly on my legs. They look like scar tissues, except they are flat, or even slightly indented. On the other hand, I noticed a few of my old scars (30 to 40 years) are actually disappearing. I have no clue what is going on.
     
  4. Dia

    Dia Gold

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  5. lohd2015

    lohd2015 New Member

  6. Dia

    Dia Gold

    Doesn't seem like yours would be age spots. My daughter had something similar when she just starting nude sunbathing ... they took along time to go away. She still has some, but most are gone now , she's waiting for the summer to get rid of what's left
     
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  7. Inger

    Inger Silver

    Maybe they could be some kind of detox? I think the sun is a great detoxer..... so they will go away eventually?
     
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  8. lohd2015

    lohd2015 New Member

    Dia, thank you so much for the encouraging information regarding your daughter's experience. The rate these pin sized spots are occurring on my legs (below the knees) is quite alarming. I think I must have close to fifty (or more) on each leg.

    @Inger , I hope you are correct also. I have great faith in the body's ability to heal and regenerate. But I have never worked with the sun before, so it is natural that I start thinking the worst (like some form of skin cancer).

    Then I also notice some really remarkable improvements lately: my sleep is almost as good as when I was a teenager. My husband is totally amazed that I can fall asleep at 9:30 and not wake up until 7 (or later, like this morning).
    Also, the fact that some of my really old scars are 'disappearing' is also another healthy sign?

    So I guess the best I can hope for right now is that my skin is going through some kind of apoptosis, and once it's done, the 'scar tissues' will get reabsorbed.
     

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