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7410Re: HUM_FORUM: San Diego Hum

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  • surfyah
    Nov 3, 2006
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      --- In humforum@yahoogroups.com, Tobypaws2002@... wrote:
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      >
      > In a message dated 01/12/2004 10:58:30 GMT Standard Time, e-ken@...
      > writes:
      >
      >
      > To Administrator:
      >
      > Please remove this advertising spam. I don't think hum sufferers
      especially
      > new ones
      > should be subjected to these come -ons. Thank You
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > --- In humforum@yahoogroups.com, Tobypaws2002@a... wrote:
      > >
      > > In a message dated 01/12/2004 02:29:19 GMT Standard Time,
      ccarrike@y...
      > > writes:
      > >
      > > I haven't read your files and posts yet, but i am hoping for some
      > > ideas for coping with this.
      > >
      > > Thank You,
      > > Debra
      > >
      > >
      > >
      > > Hi.
      > > Recently I had an enquiry from a lady near London who was getting
      really
      > > run-down from loss of sleep, due to the new siting of an electrical
      > sub-station
      > > outside her bedroom.
      > > (I have sprung into action with the Helpline's strong
      support-letter,
      > > setting out, with statements that can be checked , medically,
      > scientifically,
      > > whatever, why loss of sleep is very bad for health, long-term). I
      had a lin
      > k from
      > > somewhere about a noise-masker, that is adjustable, ( to make
      slightly
      > > varying sounds, adjustable to the person's choice) , and passed
      the info'
      > to the
      > > lady. (Luckily she did have a computer and The Net, etc., so the
      info'
      > was
      > > speedily transferred). She phoned up a few days after buying one
      of
      > these
      > > devices, and said it did mask the deep hum that was plaguing
      her. As a
      > result, she
      > > said she was able to get some refreshing sleep.
      > > Now I realise that the low frequency noise would not be removed
      from the
      > > house by the noise masker, it would still be coming in, but at
      least if
      > the
      > > hearer can mask it,take the attention away from it a bit, then it
      is less
      > > damaging. This particular lady also said that she still felt
      angry that
      > she should
      > > have to go and buy a device (about £80 Sterling, I think they
      are), just
      > to
      > > get some sleep.
      > > So I thought the forum should at least have the details of the
      masker
      > > device, it seems to be quite good.
      > > _http://www.epinions.com/content_100213165700_
      > > (http://www.epinions.com/content_100213165700)
      > > By the way, folks, the general roar of traffic (obviously the
      city and
      > > motorways, you can hear it clearly, and if you go out in the car,
      you are
      > amazed
      > > how fast the roads are filling up....it only takes a small hitch
      round
      > here to
      > > make tarffic jams) in the early mornings has increased a lot,
      0over the
      > > last 2 or so years: this area is getting SO overcrowded, it's
      really
      > worrying.
      > > The general roar has a strong low frequency component...it's
      getting
      > rather
      > > unpleasant here, from that point of view, but luckily the wind
      changes
      > > regularly, and when it is from the west , it is nice and quiet
      > again....the
      > > difference between the two conditions is very marked.
      > > Best Wishes.
      > > R.M. Southampton, England.
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > HEY ! Just a doggon minute here!!!!
      > I have NO commercial link to the company selling that sound masker,
      and only
      > mentioned it in the context of helping people reduce their suffering.
      > The message was NOTHING TO DO WITH 'SPAM' !
      > Dear Moderator, could you please note, it was a perfectly bona fide
      wish to
      > HELP sufferers.
      > I don't sell the things, I only wanted people to be aware of a
      possible way
      > to cope with the incoming torture they get from 'The Hum'.
      > R.M. Southampton. England.

      It seems there are some, a little too sensitive. refering to the one
      above you southampton. But anyway, I would prefer NOT to have any
      masks to cover the noise, somehow, I don't think that would work for
      my pets!
      >
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