Help! 21 year old male here.

Axel Parker

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#neurology, #CNS, #PNS, #memory, #fatigue, #electrosensitivity, #EHS, #hypesthesia

21, Male here

SYMPTOMS - Memory loss (especially working memory but LSTM as well), slow information processing (often noticeable with information overload), increasing difficulty containing involuntary responses to stimuli, easily distracted, and ‘forgetting‘ of automated behaviors (previously subconsciously controlled behaviors now require more conscious involvement) - Difficulty finding words (especially when speaking) and also difficulty structuring grammatically correct sentences. - Fatigue - Impaired touch sensation (hypesthesia) (as if there was a thin layer strapped over skin) paired with collapsing weakness and difficulty executing planned motor tasks (asymmetrical progression, starting in left extremities)

WHAT INFLUENCES THE SYMPTOMS - + Ibuprofen reduces symptoms significantly (COX-2 inhibitors improve cognitive functions) + Pressure on certain points at neck (Atlas) and certain neck positions seem to influence symptoms. Furthermore, heat also used to help with reducing the symptoms. (When symptoms first occurred, physiotherapy helped take away the symptoms. Also, applying pressure to certain cervical vertebrae used to move the reduced sensibility to a different area of the head; infrared cabin helps too) - Symptoms seem to get worse when eating sugar - Symptoms are worse in the morning after waking up and recover shortly after standing up. - Symptoms get noticeably worse when using electronic devices (esp. radio waves such as Bluetooth: e.g. when using Bluetooth headphones)

TIMELINE - The symptoms first appeared in July 2019 as loss of sensitivity on head. At the same time a decrease in cognitive functions was noticeable, paired with persistent fatigue. From there, the symptoms gradually continued worsening. Speech impairments first appeared a few months after