Jolie Jones – My EMF Story

It’s been another good week for environmental sensitivities in the media.  Jolie Jones, daughter of Quincy Jones, was interviewed by Lloyd Burrell of ElectricSense about her struggle with electromagnetic (EMF) sensitivities.  Kudos to Ms. Jones for speaking out about this often misunderstood condition and for having the courage to share her own story. Celebrity spokespeople are invaluable in helping to bring awareness and credibility to environmental illnesses like chemical and EMF sensitivities. 

Jolie Jones – My EMF Story

Posted by Lloyd Burrell on February 20, 2018 under Podcasts & Teleseminars

ElectricSense, www.electricsense.com/13519/emf-jolie-jones

 “It started kind of out of nowhere”.  Not exactly overnight but over the course of a few weeks or so.

She began to have these sensations behind her head like a vibration going from the bottom of her skull to the top.

Then there were the feelings of cloudiness, fogginess, like a big cloud was coming in the side of her temples pushing down on her brain.

She couldn’t think. She was in a permanent fog. She was also getting a lot of joint pain. There were different reactions to different exposures. Sometimes she would get heart palpitations. Sometimes she would get these pains in her joints and headaches, and a foggy kind of pressure on her brain. “It was like I became this little old lady”.

She admits to being impossible to be around. She didn’t even want to be herself. She’d have moments where she was fine but when she was around other people and someone had a cell phone on she would crumble into the nervous, anxious little old lady. “Where is it coming from? How do I get away from it? Can you turn it off?”

These were the questions she was continually asking herself and asking to other people. It was really debilitating.

For 4 years she couldn’t use a cell phone and she couldn’t be in a car with a cell phone. She had to literally take the battery out – yes, she could even feel it when it was turned off. She could point to someone’s pocket and tell them where the waves were coming from. People would say, “oh no, I turned my phone off.” She would say, “no, it’s still on. I promise you.” She’d point to where it was and they’d look in their pocket and then they’d look at her like she was a witch because the phone would be on.

She’d be driving on the road and all of a sudden she’d feel this vibration on the side of her head. She’d look for where it was coming from and she’d look up and discover that she was driving parallel to a row of power lines or something.…..

Healing was a major struggle, “it was like moving the Titanic” she says. Thankfully she did heal. She has now recovered her health and is able to function normally again.

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