Sunday, July 20, 2014

TESLA, CFS/M.E. and ES: See the Connections

TESLA, CFS/M.E. and ES: See the Connections

[1] Nicola Tesla may have very well been one of the first recorded extreme cases of the increased sensitivity most likely caused by overexposure to electromagnetic radiation: 
“To doctors he appeared at death's door. The strange manifestations he exhibited attracted the attention of a renowned physician, who declared that medical science could do nothing to aid him. One of the symptoms of the illness was an acute sensitivity of all the sense organs. His senses had always been extremely keen, but this sensitivity was now so tremendously exaggerated that the effects were a form of torture. The ticking of a watch three rooms away sounded like the beat of hammers on an anvil. The vibration of ordinary city traffic, when transmitted through a chair or bench, pounded through his body. It was necessary to place the legs of his bed on rubber pads to eliminate the vibrations. Ordinary speech sounded like thunderous pandemonium. The slightest touch had the mental effect of a tremendous blow. A beam of sunlight shining on him produced the effect of an internal explosion. In the dark he could sense an object at a distance of a dozen feet by a peculiar creepy sensation in his forehead. His whole body was constantly wracked by twitches and tremors. His pulse, he said, would vary from a few feeble throbs per minute to more than a hundred and fifty. Throughout this mysterious illness he was fighting with a powerful desire to recover his normal condition.” (O’Neil, 2006)

O’Neil J.J. (2006). Prodigal Genius: The Life of Nikola Tesla. New York: Cosimo Classics

"Light hurt my sister, noise, smells, vibrations, the list went on. My then 26-year-old sister had almost zero energy and had to lie in a blackened room day and night, wearing a blindfold and earplugs, in constant pain." 

 Among the many other symptoms patients experience are sensitivity to noise, light, food, medicines, and chemicals; difficulty sleeping; pain in the abdomen and digestive problems; mood swings; psychological problems such as anxiety, depression, and irritability; chronic cough; diarrhea; dizziness; dry eyes or mouth; earaches; irregular heartbeat; inability to tolerate alcohol; jaw pain; morning stiffness; nausea; night sweats; shortness of breath; weight loss; odd tingling sensations in the skin; and decreased interest in sex. 

EHS people often have multiple allergies: to food additives, chemicals and numerous drugs and even natural substances.

  • Increased sensitivity to foods, chemicals, light, noise, smells, and touch and

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