Gunilla Ladberg has wrote a book about electrosensitivity in Sweden.
These people, having developed electrical sensitivity, have had to flee their homes for the safety of rural areas away from electricity and cell phone towers.
The book traces the story of 14 people and their experiences with ES.
Its not what I would call uplifting but it is an eye-opener.
My thanks to these people for sharing their stories and to Gunilla Ladberg, who is not ES, for for taking the time to bring it all together in a book.
Click here to access the English translation of the book called Forced to Disconnect.
My daughter is in her 30s and is an ES person her lifem finished quite a few yrs ago and only the last 5 yrs has known what is wrong with herself, now she shields herself from it, has brought shielding paint and special fabric, but sadly she is unable to work and is basicly a recluse, unable to go out and meet people, all she wants is a normal life, it is against human rights that she should have to live like this, since the g phones have come out I myself have started to get pains in my stomach when I go out, we are hoping it will end soon
Aaron Hernandez said,
Hi Hilary. Has your daughter tried DNRS (Dynamic Neural Restructuring Training). it is now a very popular cure for electrical hyper sensitivity. I have ES too and am getting much better and a lot of people have been cured by this treatment. Let me explain:
The Limbic system, also commonly known as the paleomammalian system, is a set of various structures located on either side of the thalamus (Midbrain). The anatomical components of the limbic system are various, but it is with the hypothalamus, the hippocampus, the amygdala and the cingulate cortex, that the limbic systems function is most fundamental. The limbic system is often regarded as the “feeling and reacting part of the brain” and is itself directly influential on both the nervous system and the endocrine system (hormone regulation). As a summary, the Limbic System pertains itself to the following functions:
. Directive functioning of the nervous system and homeostasis.
. Responding to sensory information (registration of external stimulus).
. Processing and responding to pain and pleasure.
. Managing emotions like anger and fear whilst also regulating and controlling aggressive or violent behaviour.
. A number of factors can significantly damage/impair Limbic System function such as Chemical exposure, Mold toxicity, Virus or Infection, Inflammation, Accumulated Stress and Physical, Psychological and/or Emotional Trauma.
When not functioning properly due to injury or impairment, the limbic system becomes hypersensitive and begins reacting to external stimuli in our natural environment (Radiation, Chemicals, Light and foods). This hyper sensitivity of the limbic system causes over-firing of protective and threat mechanisms in the midbrain, resulting in inappropriate activation of the nervous, endocrine and immune systems. This can result in unconscious reactions, heightened sensory perceptions (ability to feel things from our environment) and protective responses. Over time, this state of hyper arousal can weaken the immune system and affect systems associated in detoxification, rest, digestion, mood stability and motor and cognitive function. It is through Limbic System impairment that conditions such as EHS (Electro Hyper Sensitivity), MCS (Multiple Chemical Sensitivity), Light Sensitivities, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) and Food Sensitivities are now such a prominent phenomenon in the modern day world. In essence, this is how the Limbic System operates once damaged:
1) The Limbic System has become damaged. For this example, we’ll say it was caused by an exposure to a particular chemical that triggered a bad reaction in you and was also too much for your brain to tolerate.
2) The damaged Limbic System has become hyper sensitive in response to that initial trauma. It is now telling the body’s nervous system (the nervous system controls sensory perception) to turn its sensory perception dial all the way up as a means for us to properly detect that chemical again and take the relevant steps to avoid exposure.
3) Once detected, protective mechanisms will subconsciously activate. These protective mechanisms consist of the limbic systems communication with both the nervous system and the endocrine system in order to initiate the bodies fight or flight response.
4) The bodies fight or flight response is the physiological reaction that occurs as a reaction to a perceived threat upon the body. With your Sensory Perception functioning on overdrive, detection of that ‘trigger chemical’ will activate the nervous and endocrine systems, henceforth flooding your body with numerous amounts of hormones that in turn will cause symptoms of utmost discomfort. What would be perceived as (in this example) a negative reaction to chemicals with accompanying debilitating symptoms such as nausea, skin/ eye irritation and dizziness, is actually hormones getting to work on the body. Numerous amounts of hormones literally throwing everything it can at us and attacking us in order for us to get the message to get away from that chemical threat. These hormones are essentially making us feel as if we’re getting ill around things in our environment, when in fact; it’s the work of these hormones trying to protect us in an attacking way.
5) Once avoided, there is no return to equilibrium. On the contrary, sensory perception stays in overdrive. Something that couldn’t be felt or smelled before (radiation, chemicals, etc) is now at the forefront. The Limbic System is reacting to things outside of the body and regarding them as serious threats.
6) Your Limbic System will stay in this trauma cycle until neuroplastic changes are introduced. these neuroplastic changes is the DNRS treatment. I hope you find this comment and I hope you and your daughter get better.
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