posted on Oct, 11 2016 @ 07:29 AM
Over the past year or so I've had some difficulty with my sleep patterns. Being a member of ATS, I've read a number of threads about sonic weapons.
Being an audio electronics technician i can believe some of the conspiracy theories I've read. As well i know a lot of people who have had trouble
sleeping, and feeling like a zombie after periods of time without good sleep.
As I've said over the past year or so, I've had strange sleep patterns where I haven't been getting good restorative sleep, so last night I tried a
few things to test possible theories I've seen people mention in other threads. Last night I turned the power of on my smartphone turned off every
electrical device in my house, the only thing left was the little buzzing noise that the refrigerator makes every once in a while. Then i put ear
plugs in before I went to sleep. The result was that I got an amazing night of restorative sleep.
So, I'm putting this out there for others in the ATS community to try as a sort of experiment. Now over the last year or so, I've tried a number of
different things to try finding an environmental cause of this, I've thought about the high current power lines that run one block away from my
house, I've considered all possible devices that are running in the house like the buzzing noise that our computers make when the hard drive is
operating, the electric fan that I had running in my bedroom, because I don't like stagnant air, the air conditioner and furnace.
Now being an audio electronics technician I'm very aware of the possibilities of how sound can affect us, I've even considered the conspiracy
theories that I've read around here and other places that they are using cell phones and other electronic equipment to affect entire populations. So
last night like I said I tried turning off all electronics and using ear plugs while I slept, and it had a positive affect on my sleep.
So for the other people around here who have had difficulty in their sleep patterns, I'm suggesting that you try what I tried and then report back in
this thread with the results. Turn off every possible electronics device especially your smartphone and get some drugstore earplugs, they are only a
couple of bucks, put the earplugs in while you are sleeping and see if it improves the quality of your sleep. I myself am going to continue to do this
and I will report back in this thread regularly.