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this happens once every few years
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Tommatos - May 8

Ever since I was little this happened to me when I'm asleep. All of a sudden I am extremely dizzy/disoriented and I think I have what other people call "electric headache" or brain shock. This lasts for a few seconds and I'm completely incapacitated. All of a sudden I'm fine and often I find myself on the ground. Last time this happened I found myself on the ground and all of the sheets on my bed torn off it. After this happened I had a high heart beet. I went to see a doctor and I have normal blood pressure and she couldn't find anything wrong with me.

Also I find I get dizzy easy. For example, if I look straight up and stretch my neck for the first few seconds I'm dizzy.

 

axxie - May 9

Hey there Tommatos,

It's only an electromagnetic sensitivity, caused by becoming wired by electrical storms.

People with FMS & CMP may be electromagnetically sensitive due to a combination of enhanced autonomic nervous system activity, central nervous system sensitization & souped-up receptors. Remember, people with FMS have very high amplification sensations, you know the skin over TRps is high in electrical conductance.

Have you ever notice that sometimes you become edgy, tense, unable to sleep? Up all night when the moon is full? Sometimes you can sense the feelings of others?

Some people with FMS may be hypersensitive to EM transmissions, especially when you are in a flare.

 

Tommatos - May 11

hmmm, sounds interesting. But this only happens when I'm asleep. Thanks for the reply!

 

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