• 04 JUL 05
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    Electrosensitivity case in London for comments

    Following is a message from a list member, Angela Luke, who has symptoms apparently as a result of exposure to a mixture of RF sources in London. She has included her email address at the end for anyone who may wish to comment.


    Sadly I am a new sufferer. About 6 weeks ago I suffered some grade of maximum toxicity; Symptoms:
    *erratic and escalating blood pressure ( I am fit an attaned the gym and eat healthily)
    *Right eye problems needing glasses, which I have now returned for a refund
    *right ear sounds
    *right brain burning sensations
    *night terrors and insomnia ( I sleep like the proverbial log usually)
    *right body numbness
    *booming sounds erratically

    The Local UK GP was concerned that I could be hyper-anxious! So that is as far as I have taken my visits to him. I knew there was something environmentally wrong and I was correct.

    I moved 8 months ago into a beautiful brand new home backing onto a golf course. Unknbown to me then, there are 12-15 mobile masts across the golf course up to 1.5kms away and these had been bouncing off my rear elevation for 8 months. I work, sleep and cook facing the masts which gives me a 24/7 exposure. The burglar alarm had three room sensors running off microwaves and I had 2 separate DECT phones. A ruthless combination truly enough to cook me well and properly. It is the masts which have caused me most harm. Some nights they emit higher powered rays than others.

    I have received immense help here in the UK and am widening my net further to find out if there are any other ways I can help myslef and ultimately other sufferers.

    I have now put my house on the market for sale and hope to move soon. I am unable to function corporately and have not worked for 8 weeks now.

    I would appreciate any comments people on your list may wish to make.
    Kind regards

    Angela Luke
    North London
    N20 0NL, UK

    Email: angelaluke2005@gmail.com

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