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Everybody else blames it on age- but we must all be wrong.
Quote from: Bored chemist on 25/10/2008 18:05:59Everybody else blames it on age- but we must all be wrong.Exactly. Now you are finally making some sense.Some alternative medicine practitioners will take hair samples to test for metals. By the way, even sodium has a charge to it and is considered a metal, so the strands of hair could very well be acting as antennas.In fact, if you want to make water boil faster, just add a little salt to it - and then consider what all the EMF/RF in the environment is doing to us 24/7.In fact, I believe that is why I begin to perspire profusely when I am exposed to any one of these frequencies - my body 'believes' it is being heated, and so it responds by trying to cool me. Sophia could be right, too - it could be satellites. Truthfully, I'm not sure which frequency put me over the edge - I just know that all frequencies now cause my hair to thin. Some of my hairs have actually become wavy since I developed electrosensitivities.I guess I shouldn't tell you my thoughts though about how I think menopause is not a normal process and how (mostly male) doctors bailed on that issue, too, huh?Menopause is not normal - not at 50, not at 60, and not at 80 either.