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When you swim in EMF....

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by Krapule, Sep 17, 2014.

  1. Krapule

    Krapule New Member

    Hi everyone,
    just want to share some experiences...
    Two years ago I discovered what effect the emf were having on me when I unplugged my wifi and my cell phone (neuropathy, arrhythmia and musculo-squelletic pain and cramps).
    I have been pretty good at mitigating the effects (mainly avoidance ) but at work it's not easy. I work in an operating room and it's pretty much a EMF pit. Neon lights, cell phones, wifi and all the machines all around.
    Using a epi-paleoish diet, drinking a lot of RO water, blue blockers, CoQ10, seafood 3-5 times a week I was doing not too bad (even using a portable schumann resonator at work). But recently some symptoms are reappearing e.g. arrhythmia. The probable cause: I worked more hours in the last 3 weeks (like two 24 hours in hospital in three days) than I was working in the last months. This shows to me that my tolerance is pretty thin in regard to the emf...
    In my workplace it's crazy to see how many people are struggling with obesity, tendinitis, autoimmune diseases and some vague complains... Some people are getting my message slowly (usually those with the worst problems) but I am certainly view as a crazy bastard by my colleagues who are on their iPhone all the time.
    Anyway, the message here is that you might have to make drastic changes in your lifestyle if you want to get better (if not only survive!). I'm considering reducing my hours (with a reduction in revenues...) and eventually simply changing job. I thought I'd do my job until my 60's...now I'm considering that I might not do this work in my 50's, I'm 43...
    Time to get some grounding before going to bed. This is a nice group of people that I'm very happy to be a part of.
    Night
     
  2. Jude

    Jude Gold

    Hi Krapule....noticed you didn't mention CT......are you doing any at all?
     
  3. Christos

    Christos New Member

    Dr Kruse found a huge benefit from using a magnetico sleep pad on the days he went into surgery. Watch this video for some details: http://jackkruse.com/magnetico/
     
  4. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    you need much, much more seafood! oysters? and definitely C/T .....That is how Dr. Kruse mitigates the damage of his day job...... He eats tons and tons of oysters.... I have seen him in action!
     
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  5. Lahelada

    Lahelada New Member

    You might also want to read the Calcium channel blocker thread in the EMF section I believe.
     
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  6. Penny

    Penny New Member

    yeah, I would go with magnesium myself... you also might look into taurine... my father had arrythmia plus restless leg syndrome - he was a poster child for magnesium depletion - I take magnesum citrate before bed every night... if you take magnesium malate, it helps chelate aluminum and gives you energy at the same time... this would also improve your redox plus you wouldn't be a human antenna... :)

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/suzy-cohen-rph/abnormal-heart-rhythm_b_854619.html
     
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