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Sound Proof Boarding
July 15, 2018
6:49 pm
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steve33
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Hi,

I have been dealing with EMF sensitivity for almost 2 full years now. I have tried so many things to help eliminate the constant noise in my head.

I have gone through and still am doing complete body detox’s with bentonite clay, magnesium, charcoal, herbal mixes, salantro, tinctures, borax, fulvic minerals etc etc etc..

This also includes stages at which point I had breakdowns and “couldn’t bare it – would do anything”. I lined my entire bedroom with almost 100$ in foil. It didn’t do anything so then I bought aluminum mesh screens (20 of them) to line all over my wall. Both had little effect or change.

I kept on it, nobody in my family or no body anywhere in the world seems to understand this. They thought and probably still think I am “crazy”.

I made this post in hopes to help others that are dealing with this struggle.

What has worked best for me is sound proof boarding.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Sound-Choice-1-2-in-x-4-ft-x-8-ft-R-1-32-Insulation-Sheathing-Board-717008/202090237

I have lined these up around my bedroom and i swear by it. I was able to find these boards (or a similar board) at home depot for $8 a board.

For me, it’s like the electrical sounds I am hearing are high pitch screaming sounds of hell.

I am not sure how the sound proof boarding works (it’s not supposed to block emf right?), but I can tell you that it works so awesome for me. I have them lined up 2 thick with a line of aluminum foil between them over my bedroom window.

I think that by sleeping in a less emf environment, it allows me to not wake up instantly irritated and the start of another horrible day.

If you are unsure if this will work for you before spending lot of money, I was able to tell a difference with just 1 single board (when the emf lowers, your brain will finally stop tensing up). Once I found something that actually worked and didn’t cost thousands and thousands of dollars, I could not stop until it was better.

I hope this post helps somebody that needs it.

July 20, 2018
9:15 am
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Hi Steve, welcome to the forum. This is intriguing, and as you suggest, may be useful to some people.
Do you have an RF meter? You don’t mention it in your post. The foil on its own should have reduced incoming RF radiation levels, but it is possible to install ‘screening’ and make things worse, especially if there are still sources of radiation in the house (eg wifi routers, cordless phones etc, sometimes from neighbours). Something the Building Biologists in Lloyd’s interviews discuss. Which is why a meter is really essential when you are screening. It would be interesting to get readings before and after installing the sound proof boards – maybe they contain something which reduces the radiation. Certainly sandwiching the foil makes a lot of sense and should help reduce incoming radiation.
I expect you’re aware that what you experience seems to be a form of what is sometimes known as ‘microwave hearing’, which is well documented online. It’s good that you have found something which helps. A recent newsletter from ES-UK included a report from someone that her tinnitus disappeared when she made a ‘tin-foil hat’.

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