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Weird Health Problems Related to Geomagnetic Storms, Earthquakes? Watch Thread.

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posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 09:07 PM
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Originally posted by januaryx5th
Avoiding the fact that it is so easy to become in tune with threads like this and feeling relation to the medical conditions aforementioned, I'm trying to steer clear of a false diagnosis with myself, however medical fact aside, Today has been really odd for me. Finding myself spacing out and my head wanting to think of something important but there is nothing important to think about. Something feels wrong, but I have no idea where to start looking. Maybe someone else is having similar occurrences, or maybe I am alone, regardless I'll put in my two cents for someone else to read.


You are not alone. Be amongst friends. My son (7) has been moody and blue all day, sometimes feeling he wants to cry here in sunny Florida. Something is off . . . we all feel it and we articulate it in our own best way. Peace.




posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 09:07 PM
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Ok, reading Alucard666's post made me come back and post here again very quickly despite stating I was just fine about an hour ago.
You don't need to worry - I'm still alright


However I have had this strange, high frequency tone ringing in my ears the last few weeks.
It's so subtle that it kinda drowns in the everyday noices of life, but at night when it gets more silent I can hear it.

And it's not tinnitus - I've had a headset on that isolates outside noice, and then it stops, so I don't hear it in my head/ears, it's an outside tone that I just seem to constantly pick up.
I hear it on different locations as well. Home, at work, outside, in the car (when it's not moving, otherwise the tone is drowned). Basically I hear it everywhere if it's just quiet enough around me.

The sound is hard to describe (english isn't my first language) but the closest I get is when I once took a test that confirmed that you stop hearing high frequency sounds/tones as you grow older.
In the test you are exposed to a tone in a specific frequency and then the frequency gradually rises until there eventually is a tone but you can't hear it (even though someone younger then you can hear it well).
If I remember correctly I stopped hearing it at about 18000kHz and the ringing tone in my head sounds about like that test tone of 18000kHz.

I honestly don't know what to make of this and I would be grateful if someone else have heard of or experienced anything like this.
Don't know at all if it's in someway related to the topic we are discussing here, but I thought I put it here anyway and let you decide wheter it's relevant or not...



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 09:08 PM
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Originally posted by antar
reply to post by soficrow
 


Yep, heart pains, just little ones but there none the less. Also slight headache, dull throb that comes and goes. A tooth which has a filling is bugging me too.

One question if anyone has the answer, I have a friend who has a pace maker, I wonder if he should take it easy tomorrow or go on as usual?
Id say he should chill,. and he may be especially at risk
But a doctor I am not.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 09:09 PM
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Oh also I was wondering how it affects the oceans currents and tides? I am thinking that since we are a small ocean unto ourselves, perhaps it will affect us as well? I would think that drinking lots of water would help, that and the way it seems to affect everyone, some Gatorade/water 50/50 would be helpful to retain hydration.
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I am bummed, my kids have been out since before the first of the month due to weather, and they go back tomorrow!~

Another thing I wanted to mention, we live way out in the country and I rarely see chemtrails but today I saw many X's that remained for hours. I wonder if they are doing something to try and help the atmosphere?

Anyway, interesting thread Sophi, you should remember to u2u me so I dont miss your good ones like this! I have been popping on and off recently, mostly off, so I sometimes need to see a reminder in my inbox...



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 09:42 PM
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Some people can hear radar, and I am not kidding. They hear it or sense it in their heads, about where the third eye would be. I "heard it" during my deployment to Iraq due to living on top of all the counter measure radar.

I think some are more sensative to these things then others. For example dowsing (finding water with a y shaped stick is real) but I can't do it. They claim these people can sense the difference in the earths magnetics.

Planets make noise. Would it be a stretch to think the Sun sometimes makes noise and we can hear it?

edit on 13-2-2011 by TheBirdisDone because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 09:47 PM
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This correlation is very intriguing. I started having an atypical heart rhythm about a year ago, and I mostly attributed it to heavy coffee drinking because I am in nursing school (which is another reason I find this thread fascinating). There is also a question of my having mitral valve prolapse, although it isn't confirmed.This all started within the last year, I've never had a heart issue before. Does anyone have a link to a site that has any type of forecast as to when and how much of a geomagnetic surge we would get when it reaches the planet? I wouldn't mind using that information and then doing some informal research while I am in clinic and survey any increase in heart condition admits, just out of curiousity.

Also to add, as I have been reporting in another thread about rumblings due to seismic activity:
www.abovetopsecret.com...

this thread includes individuals who are having some physical symptoms due to seismic activity in their areas. For myself, I have noticed an increase in nausea and anxiety, and also for those who are aware of energy chakras, the energies around my crown chakras seem to be way off. Also to note that it is the medulla oblongata located in the brain stem that regulates autonomic control of the respiratory center which controls breathing rates, the cardiac center which controls the force and the rate of heart contractions, and the vasomotor center which changes blood vessel diameter to regulate blood pressure. Since the article is stating that these geomagnetic surges affect the heart and ciculatory systems, it seems like a logical assumption to me that the medulla could be susceptable to these goemagnetic surges. Just throwing that out there.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 09:47 PM
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Gotta wonder if this is all part of the so called
enlightenment process?
though my ears have been ringing for 7 years.
But my sense of ESP has become more clear..



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 09:58 PM
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Originally posted by januaryx5th
Avoiding the fact that it is so easy to become in tune with threads like this and feeling relation to the medical conditions aforementioned, I'm trying to steer clear of a false diagnosis with myself, however medical fact aside, Today has been really odd for me. Finding myself spacing out and my head wanting to think of something important but there is nothing important to think about. Something feels wrong, but I have no idea where to start looking. Maybe someone else is having similar occurrences, or maybe I am alone, regardless I'll put in my two cents for someone else to read.


You are not alone, there are many sites that are talking about this exact thing, and have been for months now. I myself have been sick and also have been seeing waves in front of my eyes, kinda like when you look at a freeway on a very hot day and you see the heat rising, thats what I have been seeing, along with my headaches and dizziness, meanness and the important thing thinking you have, I also have that, you freaked me out when you said it.....

So, to make a long story short, because I could go on about this forever, YOU ARE NOT ALONE !!!

P.S. Pole Shift.



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 10:30 PM
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I've posted this in your other thread OP but I'll copy/paste it here since your request. Thanks!


I've been having the same issue the last 3 weeks! My heart rate stays normal but it seems to have stronger more revealing beats. I can see it through my shirt even when it happens. I feel normal aside from noticing this. I even went so the doctors to get it looked at got a lipid profile and stress test. It has not bothered me since last Tuesday. For the record, I eat healthy and do not drink any types of soda nor have I for many years. Thought I'd share seeing I'm not the only one experiencing this. You're also in my age group.


Edit: I only notice mine when I sit still as well! This is strange.
edit on 13-2-2011 by disfugured because: (no reason given)



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 10:38 PM
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My sister has been having problems with her Vertigo since the beginning of the year. She started having symptoms a year ago on and off. A prescription pill for it normally took care of it, stopping the symptoms for weeks at a time within 24hrs of taking the medications for it but since the beginning of the year she has symptoms of it daily now and her doctors don't know why. She had an MRI scan of her brain last week that results say her brain looks fine. When she was in the MRI waiting room several people were there getting scans also and they were all saying they had mild vertigo problems on and off for awhile but since the beginning of the year they all been having daily problems with it as well. She now has appointments with ear specialist to help find the problem of why it wont go away like before. VERTIGO Info - Wikipedia

If you have ever played that game as a child where you spin around with your head on the top of a baseball bat then try to stand up to walk straight but you cant because the earth seems like it is tilting, so you stumble around and fall, usually sideways, that is what it is like when you have vertigo and lasting several minutes. I wonder how many around the world have been feeling this since the beginning of the year. It is strange indeed being there has been all this magnetic pole shift and sun flare talk going on lately this year. She lives in Virginia.

Bzzzzzzz



posted on Feb, 13 2011 @ 11:55 PM
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Thank you for coming on this thread and sharing. You are an excellent addition and I am happy you are here. Please share more about your discoveries in regard to nursing school and this issue at hand - as things become noticable to you.


When someone can mention chakras and Western medicine connections in a short span I am all eyes and ears!

I believe this is all connected and has been noted throughout time - and viewed anthropologically. Some cultures discovering and developing methods to manipulate these systems with/without the help of earth/sun activity. I think the results range from accupuncture to excorsism depending on the culture. I think we knew things without knowing them, like the tongue diagnosis - maybe they only saw tongue, and we will learn the tongue actually shows quite a bit about a person genetically. I think man has stumbled across things in the past and maybe not fully understood why methods of healing work, so religions, and ritual, and extra stuff got tossed in for good measure. I never put much stock in Astrology, but now - based on how my body has been these last couple of years as I have become more aware - I wonder if I have been too fast to dismiss?

In the USA they would be less likely to really LOOK at this and seriously study it - too foo foo, not pills, pills, pills.

I have not fully embraced Chinese medicine but I am more open to it. People should also be aware they treat depression in some European countries with low level TENs stimulation to the ears. In accupuncture, they also use the ears . . . coincedence - I think not. I think this area this whole area is ripe with possiblities.

Really OP, this is a great thread, thanks.
I think this is my offical favorite thus far on ATS.



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 02:29 AM
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This is interesting I've been having chest wall pain on my right side for about 4 months now and about a week or 2 ago my heart rythyme was so off beat I was taken to the emergency room. They still cannot find out what is wrong with me...



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 02:33 AM
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Originally posted by januaryx5th
Avoiding the fact that it is so easy to become in tune with threads like this and feeling relation to the medical conditions aforementioned, I'm trying to steer clear of a false diagnosis with myself, however medical fact aside, Today has been really odd for me. Finding myself spacing out and my head wanting to think of something important but there is nothing important to think about. Something feels wrong, but I have no idea where to start looking. Maybe someone else is having similar occurrences, or maybe I am alone, regardless I'll put in my two cents for someone else to read.

Kinda like when you're trying to go to sleep but soemthing in your head is creaming at you? Yeah I thought it was a brain tumor at first, guess not....



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 05:21 AM
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Not forgetting the schumann resonance of earth (Earth's harmonic resonance) has in recent years shifted from some 7.8 to over 12hz, this is bound to have an effect.

There is also a medical condition called EHS, or Electromagnetic hyper sensitivity, the following clip is from Wikipedia, I have included such a source as wiki's are often accepted as general information.


Initial reports of electromagnetic hypersensitivity in the medical literature focused on individuals who reported symptoms following work with computer monitors.[citation needed] Many other electrical devices have been claimed to cause symptoms, and recent surveys of electromagnetic hypersensitivity sufferers have found that base stations for mobile and cordless phones, overhead power lines, electrical transformers, mobile phone handsets, and Wifi are now the most commonly cited sources of ill health related to electromagnetism.[4] Self-described electromagnetic hypersensitivity sufferers tend to report non-specific symptoms: that is, the symptoms can occur with many different illnesses or diseases.[5] Initial Swedish and Nordic reports were mainly of facial skin effects attributed to extensive use of visual display units, such as dry eyes and burning skin.[5]


Personally, I have experienced "upsets" where I just felt off for one reason or another, however artificially, there have been a couple of clear instances.

I used to work near a safe fitted with a time delay lock, beside the safe was an old power transformer (used with the safe) Every time I walked close to the safe, I felt a tightness and growing tension type of pain in my legs, which increased and travelled higher as I got closer, I experienced this the whole time I was working there. Quite unpleasant. Another instance was when I was a young child, I had an old clock radio/alarm beside my bed, while it was there, I experienced headaches, nausea and other bodily unpleasantness, one night I had a rather bad migraine, the light given off by the clock was too bright, I unplugged it, no more problems.

I have gotten into the habit of turning everything off in the bedroom when I sleep, helps a lot. Also, many people mention they feel energised when there are storms about (may just be the ozone), possibly related.



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 07:03 AM
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I have had valve and arrhythmia problems in the past but I've not had any symptoms recently in conjunction with any solar activity. But nonstop respiratory infections and vertigo have definitely been a problem not just for me but practically everyone I've had a chance to chat with this winter. Neighbors, relatives, store clerks...there have been a lot of people complaining of dizziness and sickness that just lingers for weeks.



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 07:51 AM
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Originally posted by TheBirdisDone
reply to post by justsaying
 


Thank you for coming on this thread and sharing. You are an excellent addition and I am happy you are here. Please share more about your discoveries in regard to nursing school and this issue at hand - as things become noticable to you.


When someone can mention chakras and Western medicine connections in a short span I am all eyes and ears!

I believe this is all connected and has been noted throughout time - and viewed anthropologically. Some cultures discovering and developing methods to manipulate these systems with/without the help of earth/sun activity. I think the results range from accupuncture to excorsism depending on the culture. I think we knew things without knowing them, like the tongue diagnosis - maybe they only saw tongue, and we will learn the tongue actually shows quite a bit about a person genetically. I think man has stumbled across things in the past and maybe not fully understood why methods of healing work, so religions, and ritual, and extra stuff got tossed in for good measure. I never put much stock in Astrology, but now - based on how my body has been these last couple of years as I have become more aware - I wonder if I have been too fast to dismiss?

In the USA they would be less likely to really LOOK at this and seriously study it - too foo foo, not pills, pills, pills.

I have not fully embraced Chinese medicine but I am more open to it. People should also be aware they treat depression in some European countries with low level TENs stimulation to the ears. In accupuncture, they also use the ears . . . coincedence - I think not. I think this area this whole area is ripe with possiblities.

Really OP, this is a great thread, thanks.
I think this is my offical favorite thus far on ATS.




Thank you for your comments. I will add to this thread as I can, and try to follow what is being reported here.

No, there would be no coincidence with stimulation to the ears and chinese medicine, each ear has 150 acupressure points (identical layout in each ear), with each point representing an area or organ system of the body. Since the ears are easily accessible, many alternative practitioners will do what is called auriculotherapy, or ear stimulation/acupressure/acupuncture, to treat a disorder (pain, appetite problems, depression). Acupuncturists and some massage therapists are trained in this technique.



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 08:08 AM
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I just also want to comment about the reports of vertigo, dizzyness and feelings of being off balance. This can be traced to an increase in fluids in the ear, especially during the winter months when sinus congestion is chronic. It is not unusual at all for fluids in the ear to swell (the perilymph in the labyrinth). This area is very sensitive and is what gives us our equilibrium. When it is off, we feel off balance. This is one explanation. Again, because we are all here to try to understand what effects the geomagnetic storms have on our physical body, the influence of these storms is really uncharted territory. If it has the ability to mess with our medulla, and throw our ciculatory and respiratory systems off, then it should be considered that these storms can throw other body functions off as well. Lots of research needs to be done here.



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 08:23 AM
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Great thread. I will definitely follow this one closely. I, myself am disabled, and have chronic health issues. I am located in central Ohio. I have had 2 heart attacks and congestive heart failure. I have no reproductive organs left in my body. I have had my gall bladder and appendix removed as well as having most of my colon cut out and about 6 inches of my my small intestine. I find it absolutely amazing that one can survive after having so much of their insides removed. Also, I was involved in a really bad car accident when I was 17 and now have major back problems because of it. So, I can relate to this thread rather intimately.

The things that I have noticed lately is an increase in chest pains and what I would describe as "electric flutters"(cause that is what they feel like). The most prominent issue, however, would be the vibrating or shaking sensation that I feel inside. It causes me to lose sleep and become very irritable. I have been having panic attacks as well. I must say that I have always been sensitive to changes. I know without ever looking at a calendar or outside that there is going to be a full moon just by the way I feel. Ornery. I have other issues with my entire digestive system that I am not sure if they are related as they have been an ongoing issue for me.

My mother, who lives is Tennessee, has told me that she has been having heart problems as well as breathing problems. And for the most part, both my parents are very healthy for their age. She also told me that she has been feeling that shaking sensation inside that she thinks is related to the rumbling she has been feeling coming from the ground where she lives.

One last thing, I have been itching alot lately. Could just be winter weather related though.



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 08:51 AM
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Thought I would add that I woke up at 5:55 am on the dot this morning and ended up coughing my butt off to the point that I had a hard time falling back asleep from continuing after effects. Not sure if there was any relevance to anything on that, but thought I would share.



posted on Feb, 14 2011 @ 09:57 AM
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I'm not really ill or owt but I sure (still) am tired.

After a long 11+ hours sleep last night, which I needed, after my morning brew I felt ready for bed again!

I hope everyone finds the strength they need at this time.


Peace



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