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New home, ringing/pressure in ears, heart flutters, fatigue Olympia, WA USA
Contamination level: Bearable degree of physical symptoms (headache, nausea etc.).
Author: Mavie Created: 13 Apr 2013 Updated: 15 Apr 2013 Viewed: 9819 time(s)
When I first started moving things into my new empty 2nd floor bedroom I noticed a vibration in the atmosphere, pressure in my head and ears, a constant ringing/hum. I attributed these sensations to being tired from moving, but after a week in my new home I realize it is the location. There is a cell phone tower visible from my new home, and a public notice that a second is going up. I'm concerned that there is no testing to ensure the safety of those living on my densely populated neighborhood. After being in my home more than a day I begin to feel exhausted and need to spend time elsewhere. I have a heart condition, SVT, that may make me more sensitive to vibrations, loud speakers -for instance- set off a heart episode of rapid pulse, 150-190 bpm for a length of time between 1 hr to 3 days. I used to get migraines as a child when exposed to air conditioning or dyes in food (jello, skittles, etc.). I rarely get migraines now, but when I do the experience is of violent illness, up to two days of constant retching and skull splitting pain. I seem to notice the vibrations less now that I've furnished my room, but notice I feel drained when at home with the front of my body positioned toward the tower for more than 20 minutes or so. I don't know if it may be related, but I have been experiencing violent coughing fits with blood in my phlegm for the past 4 days. What is this tower doing to my body? Why is there so little concern over this? This is a neighborhood of families and there is a public school across the street.
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Protection Created: 15 Apr 2013
I tacked some aluminum mesh to the wall facing the tower in my room. I haven't noticed an audible difference, but my room seems more bearable to be in.
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