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Neurontin & Earthy food like popcorn
May 8, 2017
2:57 am
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In prep. for computer-use (EMFs) I have found that Neurontin helps me the most for headaches & jitters,
as well as grounding “earthy” foods such as popcorn
…and Unsalted-saltines, and yams/veggies
as well as ensuring a laptop processor that’s 1.7ghz or lower
as well as disabling WIFI & dimming screen to Lowest.

Note: Arginine foods (spices, fruit, nuts) can “trigger jitters”
…whereas Lowfat-lysine diets are more calming to me.

So it’s healthier for me to be on Neurontin PLUS Lowfat-lysine diet PLUS lower ghz lower-watt laptop. (I use an external Corded ball-bearing mouse by Dell, as well as an external 1980’s LITEON keyboard hooked to an R52 thinkpad, which I soon need to replace due to XP not being supported anymore. (Furious at the monster-techs who force people to keep buying higher-powered tech.

Below is my Lysine4Flu Blog.
I made the Blog PRIOR to my Neurontin discovery.

BTW actually I take Gabapentin which is generic-neurontin. It could well be inferior, as nothing is trusty these days.

May 10, 2017
3:10 pm
peter williamson

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Hi Minni, welcome to the forum. It’s interesting how often ‘earthing’ of some kind comes up in relation to EMF issues. I find that physically earthing myself and my computer is enormously helpful. I’ve also discovered that there’s some microwave radiation from laptops even with wifi & bluetooth disabled – so I have some protective wallpaper wrapped around the front and the underside for additional protection. It may be related to the processor (which runs at typically about 0.9 to 3 GHz) or to the hard drive (for which I have no explanation).

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