Electrosensitivity (EHS) symptoms occur in some people in the presence of wireless devices or electromagnetic currents. Symptoms, which include headaches, dizziness, insomnia, irritability, depression, fatigue, have been reported decades ago in military personnel exposed to radiofrequency radiation from radar and today in firefighters when cell towers have been placed on or adjacent to fire stations as well as some who have smart meters placed on their homes. There is a growing body of science to support electrosensitivity as a diagnosis. EHS has also be recognized as a disability by the American Access Board that should be officially listed along with chemical sensitivity.
The EUROPAEM EMF Guideline 2016
The EUROPAEM EMF Guideline 2016 for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of EMF-related health problems and illnesses is a comprehensive guide written by many scientists and physicians in Europe who are part of the European Academy for Environmental Medicine (EUROPAEM) – EMF working group:
Abstract here EUROPAEM EMF Guideline 2016
Full Paper here EUROPAEM EMF Guideline 2016
Three Part Overview on Electrosensitivity on PST site
See Electrosensitivity tabs under Review of Topics to read a three part overview of electrosensitivity.
- Electrosensitivity Overview
- Electrosensitivity Overview of Relevant Research
- A Clinical Approach to Electrosensitivity
The Science of Electrosensitivity
To read about the Science of EHS you can visit our page here and read a summary. Electrosensitivity Scientific Literature
Personal Stories About EHS
Dr. Scott Eberle– For an enlightening article in the Santa Clara County/Monterey County Medical Association Bulletin describing how a physician learned about his own electrosensitivity you can read Dr. Scott Eberle’s What’s the Diagnosis Doctor?
Writer Alison Main has documented her experience in developing electrosensitivity and her frustration at being more isolated from other people and useful technology. Electro-Sensitivity:When the Modern World Hurts
Anne Mills writes about her experience in All EMFd Up (Electromagnetic Fields): My Journey Through Wireless Radiation Poisoning and How You Can Protect Yourself. (2019) She wonders as well what her diagnosis is. The onset of strange symptoms, in a strange country, in the middle of the night led Mills to more than a diagnosis of microwave illness. After suffering months of unexplained nausea, insomnia, ringing in the ears, fatigue and body aches she consulted with a German doctor to help her figure out what was happening. In her journey to find her own health she learned about the secrecy of government agencies and how evidence of health effects are suppressed. Her diary reads like Anne Frank. Chilling and a warning to us all. The last part of the book is devoted to valuable DYI measures to protect your home and family. In the age of wireless this book is a necessary read.
News Article: The Guardian. Air Force Accused of “Zapping” Protesters. This article describes symptoms of fatigue, headaches, anxiety, depression in protestors outside of an American airbase in England. http://www.historicalpapers.wits.ac.za/inventories/inv_pdfo/AG1977/AG1977-A11-6-16-005-jpeg.pdf
Note: The above article is related to the 1980’s peace camp in England at an American airbase, as described in this Guardian article. How the Greenham Common protest changed lives: ‘We danced on top of the nuclear silos’. March 20, 2017. https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/mar/20/greenham-common-nuclear-silos-women-protest-peace-camp
Managing Anxiety and Detoxing from Electronics: Tips and Tools
Dr. Magda Havas has also written a brief article on anxiety which may be related to overuse of electronic devices that emit radio frequency radiation. electrosensitivity and how to reduce exposure and detox from electronic devices that can in some people cause symptoms. Could your Wireless Technology be Contributing to your Anxiety? Does This Happen to You?
- Electrosensitivity Scientific Literature
- Electrosensitivity Questionnaire
- Electrosensitivity Stories
- Military and Government Reports
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