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Sun Sensitivity
March 21, 2014
4:12 pm
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Greetings. New Member here. A few questions for everyone:

Has anyone dealt with Sun Sensitivity and have you made any conections to your EHS?

Has anyone had any luck noticing or improving EHS by addressing Candida?


June 17, 2014
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I am not going to be able to answer your query very well, but I can say something helpful.

I hold to the idea that if ones body is undergoing a multiple assault on many levels, such as the EMFs, then reducing anything else which has a negative effect on the body, so reducing what the body has to contend with, can only be good! : )

August 21, 2014
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I know a lady who had become very sun-sensitive after living very close to a phone mast for some time (not sure how long). Last time I saw her was some time ago, but she had been diagnosed as EHS and was receiving treatment – she had noticed a significant improvement. I don’t know if any other underling condition had been diagnosed. So there may be a connection.

There is a video on Youtube from Magda Havas showing someone whose skin became very inflamed when exposed to a low-energy CFL light bulb. And I believe Prof Olle Johansson started his research in the dermatology unit of Karolinska looking at effects of radiation from the old cathode-ray tube computer monitors (apologies if this is not completely accurate); he has also reported other effects on the skin more recently, so it seems likely (to me at least) that there could be a connection.

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