are called “undiagnosed.” It is people who go through life feeling bad. Your doctors can not help or explain the cause of their problems. 1
they may suffer symptoms that respond to a wide range of diseases, including dizziness, fatigue, nausea, insomnia, headaches or heart palpitations. 2
After going through the evidence that nothing is wrong, these patients may be told “all in your head.” And you can resign ourselves to live in misery.
medically unexplained symptoms are one of the most common problems in modern medicine. They account for 15-30% of primary care patients, according to a study published in the Oxford University Press. 3
But now some scientists and doctors say they may have found an explanation for the increasing number of these cases. It is an allergy called “electromagnetic hypersensitivity” or EHS.
Victims say they have a physical reaction to the electromagnetic radiation emitted by Wi-Fi, computers, mobile phones, transmission towers and power lines. 4 Most of us bathe in this type of radiation throughout the day, every day.
Studies were not directly linked to electromagnetic radiation to illness. But there is much anecdotal evidence. In one of the most tragic cases, a teenager in England soon began to suffer headaches Blinding when your school added Wi-Fi. He eventually committed suicide. 5
Many others say they suffer from headaches, fatigue and other symptoms that disappear when they are away from stations Wi-Fi, cell phones, and computer screens.
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For the most part, US doctors Pooh Pooh-EHS as a legitimate diagnosis. However, EHS support groups have begun to emerge. And health authorities outside the US Steps are being taken: 6
- The World Health Organization recognizes EHS on its website, saying patients suffer “a variety of non-specific symptoms.” 7
- in Canada government standing committee on Health last year recommended safety codes stricter measures to protect people against electromagnetic radiation.
- France has banned Wi-Fi in nurseries and homes that care for children under 3. Last year, the French courts found that a 39-year-old, you could collect disability benefits because of their EHS. 8
- China, Russia, Italy and Switzerland are imposing limits on exposure to electromagnetic radiation to its citizens. 9
And in the US, a city has become a mecca for those suffering from EHS. Is Green Bank, West Virginia, which has banned most forms of electromagnetic radiation. 10
Up to 10% may suffer from EHS
EHS principal investigator is Professor Dominique France Belpomme. He calls EHS a ‘major health problem. ” He estimated “between 1% and 10% of the population” affected by electromagnetic radiation. 11
If you suffer from undiagnosed medical problems and think you have can have EHS, keep a diary of your symptoms for a week. Take your next vacation to a place without Wi-Fi. Also stay away from mobile phones and computers. Continue to record their symptoms every day while you are away. Then keep control of their symptoms for another week after his return.
If you find that your symptoms decrease when you are away from radio signals and increase when you return, you may have EHS.
A group called Citizens for Safe Technology offers online support group EHS. Go there by clicking here.
In good health,
Executive Director, INH Health Observatory
1 http://www.butyoudontlooksick.com/articles/guest-writers/lost-in-the-land-of-the-undiagnosed /
6 http://nymag.com/scienceofus/2015 /03/what-its-like-to-be-allergic-to-wi-fi.html
8 http://www.probability101.net/wordpress/2015/10/14/are-wifi-allergies-a-real-thing-a-quick-guide-to Electro-hypersensitivity /
10 http://nymag.com/scienceofus/2015/ 03 / what-his-as-to-be-for-allergic-wi-fi.html