DNRS, EHS and anxiety/OCD
Jeromy Johnson, a safe technology advocate, recently commented on DNRS as treatment for EHS. In reply to an enthusiastic comment about DNRS on his website he said,
I just want to add that I know dozens of people who have done this program. Some have really benefited (80-90% recovery) and others have not. The program is not a cure-all for everyone.
It really seems to help people who have had an extreme electrical hyper-sensitivity reaction where the brain’s limbic system needs help calming down. This is especially common if someone has any anxiety / OCD tendencies. In fact, if someone who contacts me seems to be overly fearful or obsessive about the downsides of technology/EMF, this program is usually the first thing I recommend they try. It can be incredibly helpful in these situations.
For others who have been injured from a big exposure or years of exposures or where there is an underlying detox issue, I have not seen such positive results. https://www.emfanalysis.com/brain-health/
This is not surprising because Annie Hopper’s “12 Critical Steps to Rewire the Limbic System” are very similar to psychiatrist Jeffrey M. Schwarz’s four step cognitive behavioural therapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), as I explained here: https://multiplechemicalsensitivity.wordpress.com/2015/12/13/dnrs-obsessive-compulsive-disorder-and-mcs/.