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Hi my name is Matthew and I have EHS
November 26, 2015
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I have been dealing with EHS for about 10 years, Ive found some good relief in avoidance, measuring emfs with cornet meter, grounding, and diet. Ive been wanting to do a HTMA and wanted to see if anyone knew of any good ones in the U.S. My chriopracter uses Genova Diagnostics but Ive heard not so good reviews on them. Also would love to hear of anything else that helps with EHS. Thank You!Smile

February 9, 2016
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Hi Matthew, if you are still following the forum….. I expect you have discovered the Electrical Sensitivity tab on this site which contains lots of good info and advice. Other things which I have tried include a heavy metal detox, a homeopathic detox, cod liver oil and brain retraining (this is not to suggest that EHS is psychological, which it obviously is not). I’ve been unable to use many of the recommended supplements (anti-oxidants, vitamins etc) because of other sensitivities. For recovery I find good hydration, a sun-bath (I live in southern Spain), and gentle exercise like tai chi or chi gong are the most helpful. I’ve managed to get my wifi exposure tolerance up to hours rather than minutes, and my recovery time down from days to hours. But it’s very much ‘work in progress’ – I have not yet got to where I want to be. If you would like any more information just reply and I will do a more detailed posting.
You might find some useful suggestions in this document. Maybe too much information, but quite a comprehensive roundup of possible treatments
http://wifiinschools.org.uk/re…..l+2015.pdf
(It seems that the paper has been retracted temporarily, but the content is still valid and due to be republished)

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