Cell phone radiation and dreams
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- Cell phone radiation and dreams
Cell Phones Discussi
/ Iodine Deb
Hi, thought I would share something interesting I noticed.
For many years now, I have used my Cell Phone as my alarm. It sits on my bedside table and is positioned quite close to my head when I sleep through the night.
Yes, I did this even though I was worried abt cell phone radiation because other alarms just didn't work me (I tried!). However, last week a solution hit me, I could just turn my phone to "flight mode" before I go to bed. I was bit embarassed that this solution didn't occur to me sooner, but a part of me resisted because I was worried there might be an emergency at night (family member or such) and if people couldn't reach me to ask for help. But I got over it when I realised that the last time that happened was well over a year ago and that I had advance notice that the person might call me throughout the night with news.
Turning my phone to its flight mode was perfect, all functions worked, including my phone alarm. The only thing it turns off is my network connection (which I know is always pinging the network even when there are no calls or text messages).
To get to my point, ever since I started doing this, I noticed that the dreams I had are more frequent and MUCH more intense. Everything about them is more intense. The stories, the imagery, my emotions, and even my thoughts during the dreams. They were also much more interesting, creative and layered overall. Whenever I wake up in the morning, I spend several minutes going over some parts, they were so interesting that I wanted to hold onto them a while more. Also, they are not nightmares even though they are intense and have some scary or disturbing elements sometimes. I have had nightmares where I wake up feeling completely exhausted and drained, like I got no sleep at all. This time, I wake up feeling deeply rested and ready for the new day.
As a background, I've also been taking iodoral daily (50mg/day), but I've been doing this for over two months now, without any noticeable changes to my dream experience. I think the change in my dreams could be tied to the sudden absence of cell phone radiation interference to my brain throughout the night. I have made no other changes in the past week.
If anyone has any thoughts or similar experiences, pls let me know! :) I myself, am quite pleased with this unexpected development.
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