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posted on Feb, 8 2014 @ 03:16 PM
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Ever get electro-stimulus for an injured limb? Or mild ones for back pain at your chiropractors office?

Ever get a really bad headache from it?

I do. Five minutes of lower back electro-stimulus and I have a migraine headache which last twice as long as the stimulus time.

I got the limb therapy for a injured knew after five minutes of that I couldn't take it any more. I took off the diodes and left untreated.

I told the nurse before she hooked me up this week for the lower back pain that I suffer very badly from it she said it was the first time she heard of anyone getting headaches from it.

another thing about me is that if I wear a watch i.e. Casio, G-shock, Swatch or even the cheaper ones The are dead in one week. At first I thought it was just bad luck buying them with old batteries or something. But then after buying new batteries the watch malfunctions and the new batteries are dead again within a week.

The only way I was able to wear any of these battery operated quarts watches is to put vinyl tape or rubber on the bottom between my skin and the watch case. this works but usually with in a few months the watch dies anyway.

has anyone else every experienced this when getting electro-stimulus treatments or kill watches as I have?
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posted on Feb, 8 2014 @ 04:53 PM
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has anyone else every experienced this when getting electro-stimulus treatments or kill watches as I have?
YES!!! I kill watches. It hasn't always been that way, but maybe for the last decade or so. I bought about 10 nice watches in Atlanta at the merchandise mart. I gave most of them away as gifts. The three I kept died within a week or two of me wearing them. The ones I gave away... nope! Coincidence? You bethejudge.

Also, a couple years ago, I bought a watch at the airport in Charlotte. It worked fine. Halfway thru the plane ride to Missouri, it quit working.

I don't know what it is about my body and electromagnets, but I'll tell you this... sometimes when a thunderstorm is approaching, and the air is charged and 'heavy' I feel sooo sluggish (like walking thru Jello, I call it) and my memory and cognition is stifled. But... time the rain bursts from the clouds and the lightning begins, I feel like I 'wake up!' The sluggishness before is proportional to the intensity of the storm. (Meaning, REALLY sluggish and it turns out to be a whopper of a storm, or minor effects = small, passing storm.)

What does it mean???



posted on Feb, 8 2014 @ 04:56 PM
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Also, just wanted to add that once I have had an MRI (magnetic- 'opposite' of electric?) and afterwards I felt like a NEW PERSON for a while. Like I'd had some sort of internal alignment at the atomic level. Who the heck knows? I just know what I have experienced! If it weren't so expensive, I'd sign up for it for a monthly boost, LoL...



posted on Feb, 8 2014 @ 05:10 PM
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A TENS unit(Staodyn Maxima II) is a tool that I keep close by at all times. I keep it on a lot of the time, but I haven't ever received a headache or any other side effects from it, except for being sore if I had it on a 10 for a long period or maybe some burns. Maybe when you have it on it makes your facial/head muscles tense? IDK.



posted on Feb, 8 2014 @ 05:43 PM
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I have never in my 18 1/2 years of life experienced a headache. The closest I've got to anything head related was dizzyness/nausea in stressful situations that are repetitive, like getting stuck in a video game, going in circles while in a car. Don't even get seasick on boats. I guess I'm lucky.



posted on Feb, 9 2014 @ 07:58 AM
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I have never in my 18 1/2 years of life experienced a headache. The closest I've got to anything head related was dizzyness/nausea in stressful situations that are repetitive, like getting stuck in a video game, going in circles while in a car. Don't even get seasick on boats. I guess I'm lucky.


I never had a headache outside the electro-stymulus caused ones until this last year. that would be 53 years without a headache except when induced by the electro-stymulus.

Above One ATS member mentioned thunder storms but I never thought of any connections to storms.

Another member mentined and MIR. I wonder what the the MIR would do to me. I never had one or a CAT scan.



posted on Apr, 19 2014 @ 01:13 PM
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If you are talking about using electrical stimuli to heal or regenerate stuff, there is something there. It has been proven to regenerate neuronal tissue (www.jneurosci.org...) and they are building these devices called transcranial direct current devices (tDCS) to stimulate the brain to improve cognitive function. They are already selling some of these devices like (www.pulsemassagers.com/transcranial-direct-current-stimu lation-tdcs-device-sale/)






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