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Man Allergic To WiFi Lost Job as IT Consultant


 

58-year-old Guy Hudson is one of a growing number of people who identify themselves as being 'electrosensitive', who is 'allergic' to low electromagnetic fields - the kind produced by mobile phones and WiFi - and exposure leads to a raft of physical symptoms.

 

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8-jarige Canadese jongen- zware hoofdpijn sinds installatie WiFi op school

 

electroplague.com - Eight-year-old Tyler Hoffmann has energy to burn. And his backyard trampoline, bike, basketball, and hockey stick each get a thorough workout on the afternoon I visit him at his grandmother’s home near Victoria, BC.

 

But in April 2012, a different story was unfolding. Tyler began coming home from Sangster Elementary School in the Sooke School District with extreme headaches and fatigue. And he was having trouble sleeping at night.

 

When asked to touch the part of his head that hurt, he would point to the top, his mother Lori recalls. But as the headaches grew worse over the next few weeks—to the point of nausea—Tyler was no longer able to touch the source of it, stating it was now in the middle of his head.

 

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Electrohypersensitivity Is Real

 

huffingtonpost.ca - Recently, the Huffington Post published an article written by Michael Kruse dismissing the health effects of excess exposure to electromagnetic radiation (EMR), titled "The Disease with No Name." While I categorically refute Mr. Kruse's claims about EMR and people who live with electrohypersensitivity (EHS), I believe the bigger issue is that Mr. Kruse neglected to disclose that he is the Chairperson of an organization that produced a report claiming that EMR is not harmful to humans. This presents a clear bias.

 

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Nieuwsbrief juli ES UK

 

Download als PDF hier. Met veel aandacht voor slimme meters en WiFi op school. Ook informatie hoe elektrogevoeligheid in sommige landen stilaan de facto erkend begint te worden als een reden voor arbeidsongeschiktheid.

 

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Leven 19-jarige Canadese jongen overhoop gegooid door elektrogevoeligheid

 

"Jordan's electrosensitivity first manifest when he was 11, soon after he got orthodontic braces. (This is an increasingly common scenario for many electrosensitive children due to wi-fi in schools. Metal dental braces literally become an antenna, drawing ambient radiation into a child's head.) Jordan began experiencing blistering headaches, nausea, clumsiness, weak legs, inability to focus or retain information, and severe exhaustion..."

 

"When we first figured out what was wrong, we were relieved," Jordan's mother Karen recalls. "At last we had an answer. But then we thought about what it means—it's like being allergic to society."

 

"It is really a life-altering issue that adds an entirely new dimension to almost every decision Jordan makes," Karen says.

 

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Studie: Why are living things sensitive to weak magnetic fields?

 

There is evidence for robust interactions of weak ELF magnetic fields with biological systems. Quite apart from the difficulties attending a proper physical basis for such interactions, an equally daunting question asks why these should even occur, given the apparent lack of comparable signals in the long-term electromagnetic environment. We suggest that the biological basis is likely to be found in the weak (50  nT) daily swing in the geomagnetic field that results from the solar tidal force on free electrons in the upper atmosphere, a remarkably constant effect exactly in phase with the solar diurnal change. Because this magnetic change is locked into the solar-derived everyday diurnal response in living things, one can argue that it acts as a surrogate for the solar variation, and therefore plays a role in chronobiological processes. This implies that weak magnetic field interactions may have a chronodisruptive basis, homologous to the more familiar effects on the biological clock arising from sleep deprivation, phase-shift employment and light at night. It is conceivable that the widespread sensitivity of biological systems to weak ELF magnetic fields is vestigially derived from this diurnal geomagnetic effect.

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'Voodoo science' will not solve the causality-problem of EHS (Electro Hyper Sensitivity)

 

http://communities.washingtontimes.com -  Technological development of wireless communication has brought an unprecedented increase in human, animal and plant exposure to microwave radiation.

 

Currently available biomedical research indicates that even at the low levels permitted by the safety standards, radiation exposures induce acute biological effects. The possible impact of the chronic exposures is not known beyond, at the most, the first 10-15 years. We do not have the faintest idea what will happen when exposures will last for a lifetime.

 

 

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Zuid Afrika: Zakhele lives in cellphone hell

 

timeslive.co.za - Zakhele Gininda has nowhere to hide. Moving to a remote farm in rural KwaZulu-Natal would keep him away from his family and diminish his prospects of a stable income.

Hiding out in his brother's Durban home is not a long-term solution either.

 

"I have no hope," the 44-year-old said, covering his ears.

 

Gininda has been to several doctors throughout the country but still has no explanation why his face feels as if it's on fire, his head aches, his throat becomes dry, his ears buzz and his heart races when he is near cellphones and in Wi-Fi hotspots.

 

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Korte BBC reportage over elektrogevoeligheid


"The BBC covered the impact of electromagnetic radiation, wi-fi, and mobile phones on health and the prevalence of electrosensitivity (ES) or electrohypersensitivity (EHS). The program features former electronics expert and now EMF Refugee, Phil Inkley. ES-UK Trustees, Professor Denis Henshaw, and medical doctor Andrew Tresidder help viewers understand aspects of EHS--the possible source of problems including headaches, tinnitus, sleeplessness, and heart rhythm variability."

 

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Toestroom van elektrogevoelige vluchtelingen in West Virginia (VS)

 

Het stadje Greenbank in West Virginia kent een toestroom van elektrogevoelige vluchtelingen. Greenbank bevindt zich in de 'US National Radio Quiet Zone' waarin alle vormen van telecommunicatie verboden zijn. In deze zone bevindt zich namelijk een ultragevoelige radiotelescoop die zwakke straling opvangt uit het heelal. De ontvangst van de telescoop mag niet gestoord worden door straling van bijvoorbeeld gsm-masten, microgolfovens en WiFi-zenders.

 

Sufferers of Strange Disease Seek Refuge in Town Where Cell Phones are Illegal (Yahoo Health)

 

Elektro-vluchtelingen zoeken toevlucht in radiostille zone (Mymobichip, bekijk ook de videoclip)

 

The cellphone-free town in West Virginia that offers people who are 'allergic' to radio waves escape from the modern world (The Daily Mail)

 

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