Physiology Question

Michael Roose somewhatusefultrainer at hotmail.com
Fri Apr 26 20:11:11 EST 2002


On 26 Apr 2002 14:58:19 -0700, pooua at aol.com (Richard Alexander)
wrote:

|I sent the following e-mail to Baylor and Southwestern Medical
|research centers:
|
|
|Dear Sir: 
|
|When I was about 5 years old, I found that I could turn on (and off) a
|sensation that resembles electricity, simply by mental concentration.
|I can control the intensity and location of the sensation, making it
|extremely strong or very weak. If I make the sensation strong enough,
|the muscles in the area where I turn it on will jerk. It can numb
|minor pain for a few seconds, and clear my sinuses. It also makes me
|groggy and fatigued.
|
|I don't know what this sensation is. I've read several medical books
|and asked several doctors, but none of them have been able to answer
|what the sensation is. Recently, I posed the question to a Usenet
|newsgroup, sci.med. The members encouraged me to investigate the
|sensation further. They suggested that I contact a medical research
|facility, to see if they could perform some diagnostics.
|
|Would you be able to refer me to anyone who might be able to
|investigate this sensation?
|
|Thank you.
|
|Sincerely, 
|
|
|Richard Alexander

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