physiological responses to exposure

classic Classic list List threaded Threaded
3 messages Options
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

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?
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

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
"Health, Safety & Financial Freedom for All"
David R. Snell, President
FreeKindPosters.org and GoodLifeMission.com
(You're Invited! Collect 7 free Good Life Bonuses using Special Codeword "esforum")
Reply | Threaded
Open this post in threaded view
|

Re: physiological responses to exposure

Dandelion
In reply to this post by welcomekoa
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.