April 6th, 2009 12:04 PM #1Anonymous100 Guest
First I am an active and healthy late 30s man. I drink socially, dont smoke, eat healthy, take vitamins, etc...
Over the past 3 years I have been travelling back and forth between northern Europe and western Africa. During my stays in Africa I have noticed significant improvement in the following complaints.
Reduced excessive mucus discharge in nose, throat, and especially saliva from under tongue and behind lower lip
Reduced frequent urge to urinate, much stronger sexual ability (almost total control over ejaculation)
Reduced varicose veins in leg and groin - lower back much stronger, a much stronger sense of standing upright
Almost immediately upon returning to cold and wet northern Europe I noticed a return to the original complaints. After 2 weeks, the complaints have fully returned - I really notice a lack of stregnth in my lower back as compared to just 2 weeks ago.
Anyone have any ideas? Wish I could keep my African health in Europe.
April 8th, 2009 04:15 PM #2Anonymous101 Guest
Re: climate change
This is really interesting, because I had recently been looking into something called Gilberts Syndrome - high histamine, and I have noticed that many of the symptoms are very similar to EMF/EMR exposure, as you had indicated.
For example, the literature you cited referenced the following biological effects which seem very similar to Gilberts-histadalia:
depletion of Glutathione, melatonin
abnormal influx of calcium into mast cells, which produces histamine
red blood cell clumping, palpitations
decrease of 5-HT, norepinephine, melatonin, dopamine, acetylcholine etc..
To address, I have been taking methionine, B6, calcium/magnesium/d3, omega3, vitc/zinc, and an occasional 5-HTP (and some other vitamins). The results of this vitamin routine have been limited in Europe, but the effect while in Africa was remarkable.
Any comment on the relationship between EMF/EMR exposure and the so-called Gilberts syndrome?