In reading an article about RF interference, I was reminded of the parallels between networking hardware and humans.
Humans are electrical beings. We are all transmitting and receiving signals twenty-four hours a day. Our brains, an electrical organ, along with the nervous system – another one – process the signals and carry out any necessary actions as a result.
When I read a particular paragraph, I was reminded of the difficulty involved with diagnosing EMF Sensitivity.
This difficulty tends to leave researchers frustrated to the extent they dismiss the symptoms as psychosomatic. In other words, the subjects are told there is no such thing as EMF Sensitivity though I think that sentiment is going out of fashion as more information about the legitimacy of this condition becomes available.
From the article:
- What RF levels will impact equipment operations?
This is truly a case-by-case issue. There are no set regulations defining a single RF level that will cause RF interference. Among other things, it depends on the sensitivity of the equipment under consideration, or how low an interfering signal can be in the presence of the equipment and cause problems. Also, equipment can be particularly sensitive to very low signal levels of one frequency and yet quite immune to high signal levels of another frequency—so frequency is an important factor. Some electronic system components are internally shielded and have a very high immunity to interference. But generally, most equipment has not been so engineered.
I disagree with the last line where it applies to humans. Our immune systems are definitely designed to handle EMFs from a variety of sources. When the immune system has been compromised because the body doesn’t have the nutrients necessary to make the enzymes and hormones that power this intricate system, then it is unable to shield effectively.
This paragraph beautifully illustrates the difficulty in diagnosing EMF Sensitivity. Different people can and do react differently – different symptoms – to different frequencies.
No two EMF Sensitives will necessarily react the same way.
I once saw a video in which a British man was talking about how he and others who were EMF Sensitive had been participating in a laboratory study in which they were blasted with different electromagnetic frequencies. He expressed frustration at the fact the different members of the group responding differently to different frequencies and sometimes not being affected at all convinced researchers there was nothing scientifically measurable going on.
EMF Sensitivity is an environmental condition.
Though if you repair the internal environment, the external one has less – if any – negative impact.
EMF Sensitivity is caused by heavy metal toxicity induced mineral imbalance. Fix that and the sensitivity – and its associated symptoms – vanish.
It’s a highly individualized condition. This is why really digging into when any symptoms started and what environmental conditions – internal as well as external – changed is critical in mapping out a strategy to deal with it.
Keep a journal!!!!!
The scientific method so accepted for research may not be enough in this situation.
Variability and not repeatability needs to be prioritized.
Variability in the Treatment as Well. Not all remedies work for all individuals.
It depends on what is going on with any one individual.
Not even the fact that mineral imbalance is at the root of the problem erases the need to accept variability.
Yes, detoxing heavy metals and other toxins is key, as is rebalancing the minerals. The variability lies in the methods of detox and rebalancing, which will vary depending on what toxins are involved and what minerals need rebalancing.
Constant Change. Just to make this super fun – the body’s chemistry changes throughout the detoxification and rebalancing process, so changing the protocol as necessary – tweaking it – is critical.
No matter how often.
I write about this in my books. An example would be how food intolerances can appear and disappear as the rebalancing ensues and continues.
All these variables necessitate that the patient be truly involved – I would go so far as to say needs to own responsibility for – their recovery. A doctor can guide. A doctor can suggest. A doctor can run tests to illustrate progress. Only the patient can tell if something changed prior to a doctor visit or test result.
It’s a myth that something is working because you feel worse before you feel better. Sometimes, yes, but not nearly as often as you might think.
The best way to approach dealing with EMF Sensitivity when you are not a health expert is to accept that you are an expert – in YOU.
I believe a doctor and/or health care provider is a consultant. He or she is not a parent and does not and should not have the final say.
You are an expert in YOU!