Because our cells depend upon electrical impulses to function and those impulses are influenced by man-made electromagnetic fields, everyone exposed to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) is damaged to some degree.

At first, the damage is imperceptible.  When the body’s many compensatory mechanisms can no longer control the damage, symptoms such as headache, difficulty concentrating or skin rashes, redness or burning and others become apparent. Under conditions of long exposures or shorter but high-level exposures, these signs and symptoms evolve into illness when the body’s defenses become overwhelmed.

In recent years, the build-out of wired and wireless communications infrastructure to support electric, gas and water smart meters and more powerful wireless devices has greatly increased exposure of the general public to radiofrequency radiation. This has led to an increase in the number of individuals experiencing symptoms of EHS.

Electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) affect every cell, tissue, organ and system in our bodies. This is why people with EHS develop such wide ranging symptoms. Millions of people throughout the world are affected but most do not realize that EMF radiation is the cause of their symptoms or their illness.

Some with EHS will react to magnetic fields, some to electrical fields, some to both.  Some only to pulsed EMFs from electrical wiring or smart meters. They may or may not react to the radio frequency fields of cellular communications or WiFi. There can be significant day to day symptom variation. 

Researchers and public health officials have documented the symptoms and adverse consequences of exposure to electromagnetic fields since the 1950’s. French, German, Italian,  Spanish, Austrian and Swedish governments recognize EHS as a disability. Canada acknowledges it. The U.S. does not.

Common Symptoms of Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS):
  • unexplained tiredness, fatigue, weakness
  • inability to think clearly or to concentrate, brain fogginess, attention deficit disorder (ADD)
  • restlessness, hyperactivity, difficulty completing tasks
  • memory loss
  • headaches
  • tenseness,  anxiety, depression
  • unusual irritability, moodiness
  • aches, pains, cramps or muscle spasms in joints, bones, tendons and muscles
  • sensitivity to light, blurred vision, pain/pressure in or behind eyes
  • tinnitus – the hearing  of a buzzing, humming or whining sound
  • skin redness, rash, tingling, dry skin, burning sensations
  • sleeplessness, early waking, insomnia
  • heart palpitations, racing pulse, slow pulse
  • pressure / pain in chest, difficulty breathing
  • feeling too hot or too cold
  • digestive problems, abdominal pain
  • bladder problems; hyperactive bladder, leaking
  • pressure (popping and/or pain) in the ears, pressure in the sinuses
  • frequent infections
  • high or low blood pressure
  • sinusitis, bronchitis, asthma
  • great thirst, dehydration
  • dizziness
Severe EHS Symptoms
  • seizures
  • symptoms of psychosis including auditory hallucinations
  • sudden cardiac death
  • heart attacks
  • strokes

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