Posted by Geo (220.127.116.11) on September 06, 2000 at 08:47:06:
In Reply to: EMF posted by Miguel on September 06, 2000 at 00:32:03:
I wouldn't suppose that its the type of EMF as much as it may be the constitution of the individual whose brain and/or body responds to it, as well as the degree of EMF one is exposed to, and the density of the field in question, as well as that field's stability. A number of my attacks have occurred, for instance shortly after I've entered the subway-Quite a few of them in fact.
Just as well, there is the fact that clusterheads must escape to the dark during an attack. I've dimmers and can't stand even the dimmest light as I'm aware that the light is nonetheless, on, and must have it completely off.
But when does any specific set of circumstances become a 'trigger'? The hypothalamus may continue responding to EMF long after initial exposure, or not begin to respond to such changes after initial exposure; in the same way we don't usually associate stomach cramps or cold infections with something we may've eaten or been exposed to days or even weeks prior, such a latency period may also exist between the time of the exposure, the brain's response to its effect on the body, and the onset of the attack itself.
I observed this accidentally when noticing that I tended to have particularly bad attacks days before an earthquake, or hours before a rain or snowstorm. In many cases the bout lasted until just prior to the event, or until the weather condition subsided.
Yes, it's all such weirdo stuff, but then, I'm weird, life is weird, and CH is definately weird.
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