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Electrosmog, adrenalin and agressiveness


Monday, May 24 2004 - Filed under: General

On Mon, 24 May 2004 19:21:53 +1000, S. wrote in the eSens YahooGroup:

>I believe that EMF stimulates the production of Adrenalin.

Hi,

I've noticed the same.
When I've been to a place with high electrosmog levels (university,shops,etc) my bloodsugar gets unstable and when I drive back home I have to control my temper as I tend to get agressive.

This could be the mechanism:

* EMF alters calcium metabolism in/out of cells (calcium channels, influx, outflux)
* The pancreas beta cells pump insulin with calcium influx
* Too much insulin is pumped in the blood --> Hyperinsulinism
* Blood sugar levels plumet: Hypoglycemia
* Due to excess insulin, the alpha cells in the pancreas can't pump the sugar-raising hormone glucagon in the blood (insulin and glucagon are antagonistic)
* Just before the blood sugar levels drop below the levels needed for consciousness (just before a coma), the adrenals pump adrenalin in the blood and the liver raises the blood sugar level
* Because of high adrenalin levels in the blood, the person feels agitated, flight-fight, agressive and uneasy.

Perhaps the adrenals are upset by the EMF to produce/pump adrenalin in the blood also, but I think the above mechanism is what happens too.

Somre references:

Pancreas alpha and beta cells:
cal.man.ac.uk/student_projects/2000/mnby7lc2/pancreas.htm
''ALPHA cells synthesise and secrete GLUCAGON''
''BETA cells synthesise and secrete INSULIN''

Glucagon and insulin are opposites and cannot work together
cal.man.ac.uk/student_projects/2000/mnby7lc2/factors_affecting_secretion.htm
''Glucagon acts antagonistically to insulin''

Calcium channels are voltage activated: Chances are EMF can disrupt this control mechanism.
www.mfi.ku.dk/ppaulev/chapter11/kap.11.htm
''There is .. a certain influx of Ca2+ through voltage-activated Ca+2 -channel.''

Ed,
The Netherlands



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