Hypersensitivity – Can’t stand it anymore! – Part 2

As we discussed in Part 1 hypersensitivity can affect people in different way. Myself, I know what it is like to be hypersensitive and my body going into overdrive. For me it turned my life upside down. They affected me on an emotional, psychological and physical level.  They brought with them many disruptions, discomforts, physiological disorders and pains.  These included sensitivity/intolerance to a wide range of foods, chemical, environmental,electro pollution, electronic devices even people and buildings. Over 16 years these symptoms became decisively harsher. But the great new is that is my past. Thanks to a lot of self treatment using Raphayad Bioenergy Treatment I not only overcame those sensitivities but turned them into tools to enhance my life.

Hypersensitivity can manifest itself in many ways and are commonly labelled as illnesses in their own right. But it is important to note that these labels below aren’t just illnesses that are your body’s reaction to being hypersensitive. It is the hyper-sensitivity is what needs addresses as we shall discover in future posts.

headaches disruptive sleep patterns chronic fatigue digestive problems Depression emotional & psychological symptoms intolerances skin complaints smells behavioural issues socialising issue m.e.phobias food intolerances Noise chemicals people buildings electrosensitivity (ES) electrohypersensitivity (EHS) anxiety addictive disorders IBS depression panic attacks stress fatigue energy issues & blockages chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) attention deficit disorder (ADD) m.e. (myalgic encephalomyelitis) skin & dermatological issues fibro myalgia low self-esteem attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) hyperactivity obsessive compulsive disorders (OCD)

If you are fortunate your symptoms pass by without causing much disturbance. However in the high percentage of cases when a person’s body is hyper-sensitive, and not functioning to its full potential, you can’t make that long-term or speedy recovery. So what I am saying is hyper-sensitivity is your body’s reaction to how it is currently wired and your symptoms are the result of being hypersensitive.

“The statement in my last post pretty much says it all. We do absorb, we do ingest and we do breathe a concoction of pollutants and radiation in the environment that we live, work and sleep in. It is not our intention to be scaremongering, however we cannot be ignoring this deep thought-provoking subject.

Most importantly, as I hope you will agree, what we are talking about is ‘logic’ that if we are not functioning to our full potential and by being bombarded with stimuli that sends our body’s systems into overdrive then we are more prone to be affected in a negative way. Most importantly, there is a solution without having to go and live in a cave or on a desert island. I know what it is like to wonder about the latter option as personally having lived for 16 years with extreme hypersensitivity, I too was desperate. However the ‘solution’ is what turned my life around for family and myself.” Michael Cohen

In my next posts we will discuss the 4 areas of ‘logic‘ to hypersensitivity and looking for a ‘solution‘…to be continued in Part 3.

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