I am new to this forum, just wondering if anyone would have any knowledge as to this condition, or ways of reducing the over activety/stimulation that results,
It first began around 2004. I usually carried my cel phone on me in my jacket pocket. My cel would notify me of msgs via the vibration mode. However on some occasions i went to retrieve the msg to find that i didnt have the cel ph on me at all. So began to investigate as to why i experienced these vibrations, & thought it was an issue with the cel itself, which when i enquired they said it must be medical. I believed i was medically alright, other than alot of anxiety that i had been surrounded with. So i went to purchase another company's cel phone. The same thing happened. Since then, & along with much stress that i had endured,
I have developed what you may call a electrosensitivity sensation. It first began in the base of my head, then slowly as time went by, it has spread throughout other parts of my body. It is fairly much with me all the time, although anxiety will definetly exacerbate it.
I have been to every conceivable practioner/specialist, had tests, & a MRI, but to no avail. I dont notice it the same when i am mobile, but on sitting still, or lying down, thats when it becomes more pronounced.
I sometimes try to apply pressure to the areas in the hope that it will elimate or reduce the sensation.
What i dont understand, is that for some time now, i do all i can to reduce the anxiety level, & take much time out to relax, so i dont understand why it still remains.
If anyone could help, i would be most grateful
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