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Riding the Waves: Diagnosing, Treating and Living with Emf Sensitivity Paperback – July 27, 2010
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About the Author
Elizabeth Maxim spent twenty years working as a consultant in the Information Technology industry. Her customer base included global Fortune 500 companies and she is a repeat speaker at industry conferences.
Elizabeth was raised with the belief that the best doctor is Mother Nature. She studied alternative medicine with an MD for several years before eventually earning a Doctor of Philosophy in this field. She also holds a bachelor's in holistic childcare.
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Top Customer Reviews
The author, Elizabeth Maxim, has done us all a favor in researching and presenting the facts about the issue, and provided real remedies for those afflicted. All in a highly readable package! She was highly motivated as her life was unexpectedly impacted by her own EMF sensitivity. Elizabeth first lays out her own story, which is a fast paced read as you get drawn into the mystery... Next she talks in general about EMF, with keys to diagnosis and treatment. And finally examines case studies of others afflicted and discusses relationship to other ailments. This is an unbiased and even keeled insight without either hype or cover-up.
I thought this was a fascinating phenomenon and Elizabeth's book and story revealed insightful information that exists right in front of us yet is ignored and overlooked by most, including US governmental agencies. The reader might consider the option to skip ahead to part II to learn about EMF and EMF sensitivity in general, although Elizabeth's story (part I) is most interesting and tells a tale of mystery and revelation as she identifies the issue in her own life, and relates the real life impact and adjustments which enabled her to triumph!
I would have to say that I wished there were more options or ideas for a remedy.
Thanks for writing it though.
An easy read.