Hi everybody. Just four sensible replies. I will try to answer the concerns raised.
- An electric hairdrier can be made ‘safe’ by fitting a bridge rectifier in series with the heating element. (four diodes) This needs to be carried out by an engineer or skilled electrician. The result will reduce the electromagnetic field close to the head by around 80 percent. The motor itself radiates but this is very complex to change.
The best recommendation is to use the type of hairdrier with the heater and fan on the wall, with the air supplied to dry your hair via a flexible tube.
The electromagnetic field from any source follows what is called an inverse square law. This means that if you double the distance between you and the source you quarter! the effect!! To buy such a hairdrier look for ‘Less EMF’ on the internet. They are in New York’ I promise I have no vested interest. I have bought various products from them over the last few years.
With regard to anaemia, I confess I dont know anything about it. But, it is still possible to have iron deposits in the brain. If at some time in your life, before you developed anaemia this iron vibrated because of electromagnetic fields the MS damage would have started. I have such but the blood iron level is normal. I am currently waiting to have a genetic test for iron overload. If positive it might explain a lot. I took iron suppliments for a couple of weeks at the beginning of the year. That was definitely a mistake, my symptoms worsenned. I’m still suffering as a result. For me at least I expect the best treatment will be phlebotomy.
Glad you are enjoying your hairdrier and probably like all women use it everyday. No doubt its quite powerful (2kW) ? I dont know your age and you dont need to say but note that myelin is not fully mature until you are about 25. For those much older with MS they may find some relief moving a hairdrier on its side across the scalp (not with the hot air directed at the head). If this gives gout like pain in the lower body, then stop. Ferritin molecules will vibrate at 50Hz back into the bloodstream and may well deposit elsewhere in the body. This is my experience. Take great care!
With steel around you, you are reducing electromagnetic fields entering the body, but remember that it is the very small fields that cause MS damage. For this reason put steel wirewool (in a plastic bag) in your pillow at night. The tiny steel filaments will move as you breathe making it highly absorbent of such fields. Just do it and you will be protected from further demyelination. If you wish to reduce symptoms affecting eyesight and balance during the day you need to ask the moderator if you can send me your email and I will send you copies of three reports with photos. Thats the best I can offer…
With very best wishes.
Simon CEng. MIEE