Tell her it's an electrolyte imbalance...anyone that feels electric charges has mineral issues in their diet... look it up online, then go get some vitamins and MINERALS!Good Luck
Go to ************,com and page down to the comment by Jayzmom. She thinks as you do and has reduced her problem by reducing the "electrosmog in her environment." Interesting idea? I'm not sure for myself because when I lie down the vibrations go away and obviously the electrosmog stays the same as when I'm upright.
Yes - thats exactly what my vibrations do
3 or 4 seconds on , then it stops for a few seconds, then 3 or 4 seconds on - and so it goes. Usually if I changes sleeping position it stops, until you try that position again - but sometimes the new position still causes vibration. tried stopping coffee for a bit. will see if that helps
I just started having these vibrations about a month, or a month and a half ago. I went to my heart Dr. (a specialest) and he said with all my tests, there is nothing wrong with me, and that he has three other patients that have complained about the same thing. He told me "you'll just have to live with it". I refuse to believe that! What I do know is, last year about, they installed a microwave tower (for cell phones) only a block and a half away from my home, and I do believe that may be the reason for these crazy feelings. What I need to know, is, do any of you have a tower around your home, whether it be a 1/2 mile or a mile from your home? Please respond.
I have been having vibrations on my right side of the chest area and in my right breast area. It feels like a cell phone vibrating.Donot have a clue what it could be coming from.
it can be normal to "skip a beat" or have an extra beat sometimes. Most people have probably experienced that. You never know for sure.
Sometimes your back will vibrate when a person has a heart attack or arteries are spasming due to blockage building up. I would have an ECG to make sure you haven't had a heart attack or have blockage. Sometimes there are very little symptoms of a small heart attack.