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physiological responses to exposure

welcomekoa
i've had a number of responses to radiation but now it's getting out of control. my stomach growls jut about everytime i place my hands on the keyboard (especially my left hand) and I can feel crawling sensations on the left side of my body, like under the scapula region. it feels like a worm or something is just crawling al through my body, including my intestines and it apparently might be sensitive to radiation, causing it to move. what the hell is goin on?!! and has anyone else felt anything similar?
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Re: physiological responses to exposure

davidrsnell
My stomach growls at various exposures.  I use wearable binoculars and a Logitech wireless keyboard to minimize all that.  Helpful:

  https://www.es-forum.com/Making-monitor-displays-easier-to-read-td4035294.html
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Dandelion
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Cramps up my stomach and gallbladder. That's "normal." Also the left side thing is consistent with the theory that we take in energy on our left side, and discharge it from the right. I feel tingling in my left hand, arm, and shoulder as well.

As far as computers go, it really helps to use one that has a digital hard drive instead of a spinning magnetic one, and to use a mouse on a USB cord instead of the keypad, and also to use an external keyboard on a USB cord.
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tonschk
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 I dont understand Davidsnell, if you are EMF sensitive and are aware of this problem why are you using wireless keyboard?
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Re: physiological responses to exposure

davidrsnell
The wireless keyboard doesn't bother me.  It only uses power when I press a key or move the mouse arrow, and even then it's only 3 volts and a weak bluetooth signal.
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Re: physiological responses to exposure

davidrsnell
Some precautionary measures I take with the K400 keyboard:
 
  -Push it as far away as I can from my innards
  -Tape aluminum foil on the bottom and the side facing me
  -Turn it off when not typing

Otherwise it might hurt my stomach.  That's what an electronic typewriter can do, even though it's only 4.5 volts battery-operated.
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Re: physiological responses to exposure

Fizzy
Very wise! I recently found during a power cut that using the generator to power the laptop and having it charging, for some reason really cut down the emf field..i think because it wasn't plugged into the mains. Maybe selfish of me but I appreciate powercuts as it gives the old body a break from the neighbours wifi lol.

Talking about physiological reactions - recently I have realised when I get a sharp head pain and sudden heat in my face it is because someone nearby is using 5G. I also find wifi/masts etc makes me very short on breath. I read somewhere it is because radiation depletes the body of oxygen.
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UphillBattle
"bee happy" also the power outage might of cut out power to other sources in the neighborhood

"dandelion" wireless uses our bodies as antennas-hence the heart is on the right side of the body, so when emf goes through your hand through the heart to where-ever it discharges, if its wireless(could be induction from the keyboard)

"tonschk" right on
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Re: physiological responses to exposure

welcomekoa
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I'm so tired of it! Whenever I use the computer shortly after eating I ALWAYS get growling sensations in my tummy that I usually never get otherwise. And I agree with you in regards to gallbladder issue...but how in the heck can we prove or identify what is going on? Tired of experiencing the same thing over and over and over again, thinking it will change or that it's something else. This could lead to insanity!
I'm using a wired laptop....not even wifi and it does this. Feels like an animal is alive inside of me and reacts to emfs.
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Fizzy
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Thanks Uphillbattle for your input. When there were powercuts it was bliss....like the body finally got a rest from all the emf  bombardment!
When theres a lot of emfs in the environment it feels jangly and noisy..perhaps others experience this feeling? But in a low emf environment it feels quiet and peaceful...a bit like being in the middle of a peaceful forest :)