I never set out to write a book that's for sure.
Not about electrical sensitivity or any other subject.
Somehow one thing lead to another.
Before the book there was the website.
When I first started ElectricSense it was all about me.
I wanted to get things off my chest.
I wanted people to know the truth about EMFs
I wanted them to realize that what had happened to me could just as easily happen to them.
Then people started sending me messages asking for help with their EMF problems.
I answered their questions.
Over and over I answered the same questions.
Then there got to be too many questions to answer everyone individually so I wrote a few articles answering the questions that got asked the most.
And it just grew from there.
It went well for a while and then I started to feel frustrated.
The only thing people wanted to know about was EMFs.
Explaining EMF solutions to people who're just concerned about EMFs and want to take precautionary steps is not too difficult.
The question is about EMFs and I give an answer about EMFs.
But helping someone who's suffering from full blown electrical sensitivity is very different.
These people know they have an EMF problem.
Their bodies are telling them this.
And they are right.
Partly right anyway.
The problem is dealing with electrical sensitivity is not JUST about dealing with EMFs.
EMFs are important because they trigger the symptoms of ES.
But EMFs aren't the sole and unique cause of ES.
I learned this the hard way.
No matter what I did to improve my EMF protection I was still very ES.
And then one day following a cleanse I had a dramatic improvement in my condition.
So then I thought cleanses are the answer.
I did more and more cleanses but I reached another plateau.
So I decided to improve my nutrition.
And I improved again.
I thought nutrition was the answer.
And then my symptoms came back again.
And so it went on.
I kept on trying different things.
Everything and anything.
Until I got to where I am today.
Able to go out, to shops, to friends, to ride in a car, to take a plane, to use a computer etc.
To not have to worry about wireless and other EMFs.
Back to living a normal life.
And that's why I decided to write the book.
To lay all this out in detail.
And layout in detail what I did to get better.
I know of no other book that deals with electrical sensitivity in such a complete way.
Tells you how to deal with EMFs, what EMF meters to buy, how to use them, how to test and measure in your home.
But this accounts for less than a third of the book.
The other stuff I lay out in detail also.
We are holistic beings.
You can't just deal with EMFs.
EMFs are only part of the problem.
It took me a while to figure all this out.
You don't have to wait years.
That's why I wrote the book.
Don't wait years to figure out how to deal with your electrical sensitivity.
Click here to learn more about my book.
Felicia N.Trujillo, ND said,
This is brilliant–and,as a health professional, I can say this is always the real case in treating any long-standing problem. Dr. Feldenkrais used to say, “If you treat just the symptom, you have a problem for life.”
Thank you for all your work and research. Felicia
Thank you Felicia! But I have to say the same to you…thank you for all your work and research in this area…I know you are active not only via WhyFry but in other areas also….raising awareness about EMFs…helping people. Bravo.
Incidentally, for anyone reading this who’s looking for an alternative health practitioner in the Santa Fe area Felicia’s website is http://www.backrescue.com/
Barbara Layne said,
Thank you for your message about the early days and the internet! I too am a book lover and would rather that
intimacy! What I find amazing is that here I am at 75 talking to a Frenchman across the globe about EMFs! My schoolgirl head was filled with the love of French, the people and your beloved homeland. I will now check out your website and learn about books on EMFs! Merci, Barbe
It’s about time someone had the backbone too stand up and say what they feel!. I never wanted this in my life, it came to me. What can I say?. This is the start of my family and loved ones to live too their potential. It is staggering the amount of big companies that promote such risky devices as clean and safe for public consuption. That said, how much money (and that is a key factor) is being made from this?. My guess = Trillions!.
Char Zehfus said,
Your introduction to alternative ways to try to be healthier in your book are good. But I simply do not agree that EMFs cannot be the main cause for some people, or that a person can get better without finding a safe place.
The problem with finding or creating a safe place (spending lots on shielding to try) is that as long as others use wireless in your are it is impossible for some sensitive people to even try to detox since that also will make them more vulnerable.
Lloyd, the point is that every time someone else uses a wireless connection they may be hurting another person. You avoid this. You deny this. You say you are not against EMF. So, in essence you support this. It is hard to trust someone who does not realize this major problem. A person can move but the wireless will follow them from other people.
Please print this comment to show this position?
Lloyd Burrell said,
“I simply do not agree that EMFs cannot be the main cause for some people”— no one can say with certainty whether this is true or not, what’s important is to understand that electrical sensitivity is not just about EMF exposures…its much more complicated than this…this is the point I’m making.
“or that a person can get better without finding a safe place. The problem with finding or creating a safe place (spending lots on shielding to try) is that as long as others use wireless in your are it is impossible for some sensitive people to even try to detox since that also will make them more vulnerable.”—finding or creating a safe place is essential…rigorous EMF protection is the first step in dealing with ES, as I outline in chapters 4 and 5. The point is not whether others use wireless it’s whether you are exposed to it. If you are, it makes recovery much more difficult. This is why I recommend rigorous EMF protection.
“Lloyd, the point is that every time someone else uses a wireless connection they may be hurting another person. You avoid this. You deny this. You say you are not against EMF. So, in essence you support this.”—I don’t avoid or deny the issue of wireless exposures…this website if full of scientific information and anecdotal evidence as to the dangers of these exposures….and I certainly don’t support the proliferation of these EMF technologies but I’m a realist. These technologies are here to stay and we need to learn to live with them safely and this is what my book is about.
Hi Lloyd is this book similar to your other one …Long term emf protection? I have this one and I recently got your new webinar downloads. Is everything covered in this book above covered in the webinars and Long term emf protection?
Lloyd Burrell said,
The original book I wrote is called “Beating Electrical Sensitivity”…. then I wrote a lighter, simpler version designed for non-electrosensitives called “Long Term EMF Protection”….the webinar series is again more “high end” like the first book aimed at helping electrosensitves but its more hands on than the book.
If you were wiring a new house, are there particular things that you would work to achieve with your electrician?
No horizontal wiring?
We have already placed the meter away from the living space and will not have a smart meter on the house.
We will be avoiding all wireless systems and hardwiring all low voltage items.
We are planning to use all metal boxes due to chemical sensitivities.
Could you please address military radar, more specifically all airfield airport radar installations. None of the emf resources I have found seem to address this. I have been living less than a mile from a naval base air strip for well over a year, with a small 3 month break last year, and it seems that when I return my sleep, fatigue, depression and headaches (to name a few) get worse every time I return to the house.
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