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Electrical hypersensitivity

Feb. 20, 2013|596 views
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In 2006, the World Health Organization published findings from an international workshop
convened in Prague on the issue of electromagnetic hypersensitivity. “As
societies industrialize and the technological revolution continues,” editors
wrote, “there has been an unprecedented increase in the number and diversity of
electromagnetic field (EMF) sources.” So far, so good. We’ve all benefited from
abundant electricity, and modern technological advances such as cell phones.
But they also write: “While these sources have made our life richer, safer and
easier, they have been accompanied by concerns about possible health risks due
to their EMF emissions.”


The editors go on to describe a host of symptoms suffered by sensitive individuals, at
exposure levels supposedly far below what should be detectable, and well below levels
known to be harmful. In essence, these folks may be canaries in the coal mine,
warning the rest of us of a mounting, invisible danger of our own making. 


“Electrical hypersensitivity (EHS) is a real and often disabling problem for those affected,” wrote one
contributor to the panel. “The symptoms that have been reported by some people
as a result of exposure from radiofrequency fields (RF) include nausea,
headaches, dizziness, fatigue, warmth, memory loss and loss of concentration.”

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