Andrew Tresidder always considered himself healthy.
Then as a junior doctor, he got mumps.
It hit him hard.
He had to take three months off work to shake it off.
When eventually he did get over it he noticed that somehow he’d become more sensitive to things that previously didn’t bother him at all.
Tea and coffee for instance now gave him a headache.
One year, he returned from holiday to find the computer screens in his office had been changed.
His black and white monitor had been replaced with a color cathode ray version.
Within hours of using his computer he felt sick and unwell.
The next day, he changed the cathode ray tube for a flat-screen monitor – at a time when they cost £700 – and subsequently felt fine again.
At work, he changed the fluorescent tubes for spotlighting, ‘as this is softer and feels more comfortable’.
When the building was extended, they changed the alarm sensors from passive to active/passive. By the end of the first day he had a headache and felt irritable – it took him a few days to realize that the new sensor was the cause.
‘With our last photocopier, I was unable to sit near it, especially if the computer a few feet away was on – the combined effect was most uncomfortable. The current photocopier has a less intense effect, but I still avoid being near it.’
When he changed his internet service provider to a wireless Home Hub, 30 seconds after switching it on he developed an intense headache, situated as it was a few feet from his seat. He returned to a wired router and a Local Area Network that uses the mains wiring system of the house.
Dr. Andrew says, ‘putting all this together I would diagnose myself as electro-sensitive’.
He says, ‘I have been fortunate in all these cases to recognize the cause and eliminate it, thereby stopping myself feeling ill. Unfortunately, there is a phenomenon called tolerance’.
Dr. Andrew explains tolerance as when your body has an alarm symptom to a stimulus. If the stimulus is continued it downgrades the symptoms so you don’t notice it’s there but the damage is still being done.
He compares it to smoking, ‘many people feel quite ill with their first cigarette. But as they continue to smoke they get used to it.’ Source: http://electromagneticman.co.uk
Thursday, 23 April at 12 noon EST (9 AM PST or 5 PM GMT) I’m interviewing Dr. Andrew Tresidder MMBS MRCGP .
Dr. Andrew Tresidder is a medical doctor and educator. He currently works in the National Health Service in the Somerset area in the UK and is a health educator on behalf of the British Medical Association and the National Health Service in England. Dr. Andrew is a trustee of the charity ESUK which helps raise awareness of electrosensitivity.
He’s also a life president of the British Flower and Vibrational Essence Association and electrically sensitive. He’s always been interested in what makes people tick and how to tick better. With this in mind, he’s just created a new resource entitled Health and Self-Care, which takes a holistic approach to health. Dr. Andrew’s new resource is available as a an eBook and audio book – download eBook for free here (this resource was originally intended to help health-care professionals so some of the strategies are quite advanced).
Listen to my interview with Dr. Andrew Tresidder and discover:
- a technique that you can use (takes just 30 secs) that helps cultivate stillness and enables you to tap into our intuition
- that we need to ask ourselves ‘how’ use technology – are we using it for the benefit of human consciousness and evolution or are we just using it as consumers?
- how amazing medical advances have made us lazy – Dr. Andrew has created a free resource with common sense tips for people to deal with their health
- the 5 flower essences Dr. Andrew recommends that help us ground (especially important for EMF sensitives) when taken daily for several days or weeks
- that although mainstream medicine focuses on our biochemistry, infact we are electromagnetic and electric beings
- how we are software beings as well as hardware bodies
- how he learn’t from his patients that health is “harmony of mind, body and spirit,”
- the two primary psychological mechanisms which stop us (including health professionals) thinking about our own health
- how many of us spend a lot of effort climbing up ladders only to find that when we get to the top, it’s up the wrong wall
- how Pasteur’s germ theory has fed the psychological stance in society that germs, viruses or bacteria are enemies Vs the newer understanding that these germs, viruses and bacteria constitute our microbiome which important for our health
- how our challenge with electrosensitivity is to have a mature, psychological stance, to grow our own health and get our vibration right
- how the whole of nature and everyone we meet, is conspiring to help us be better and help us evolve and to move on in our life’s journey
- how we are mammals, like cows and sheep in a field, and we need to cultivate inner stillness and peace
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