What would you do if you were allergic to WiFi? Does such an allergy sound too farfetched to be true?

Think again!

Millions of citizens around the globe experience electromagnetic hypersensitivity. While it’s not a medical diagnosis, the symptoms are very real. Are you looking for more information about how electronic devices can make you sick in 2021?

Below, we’ll go over exactly what electromagnetic hypersensitivity is. We’ll explain the signs and symptoms to watch out for, and we’ll explain how to protect yourself. Read on to get informed and empower yourself to stay safe!

Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity: The Science

Have you ever asked the Baby Boomer generation whether microwaves are dangerous? Most of them would likely give you a confused look. After all, microwaves were a staple growing up in their generation.

Despite widespread use, research is inconclusive.

Microwave radiation has gotten linked to certain health symptoms. Research hasn’t shown a direct link, though.

In the same way, the science is conflicting when it comes to sensitivity to electronics. Few studies exist on the topic, and those that do have inconclusive results. As of 2021, no studies have proven a direct link between electronics and health impacts.

Signs and Symptoms of EHS

With that in mind, there is evidence that EHS exists. EHS stands for electromagnetic hypersensitivity syndrome. While the symptoms are real, researchers aren’t clear on the cause.

Here are some of the symptoms of EHS:

  • Redness on the skin
  • Tingling sensations
  • Dizziness
  • Burning sensations
  • Nausea
  • Heart palpitations
  • Digestive disturbances
  • Fatigue
  • Difficulties concentrating
  • Headaches

You might be thinking — if EHS isn’t a medical diagnosis, then what causes these symptoms? Global studies from the WHO suggest the cause may be psychological. High anxiety and stress can mimic the symptoms of EHS.

If not psychological, then the next consideration is skin disorders. Cases in the UK, France, Germany, and others often get associated with skin conditions.

So, what if neither a skin or psychological condition is present? The WHO also says EHS could appear due to sensitivities to chemicals in the environment.

Only once you’ve ruled out the above three will your condition get labeled EHS.

How To Protect Yourself from Big Tech

Do you suspect the tech in your community is starting to impact your health? If so, then you need to start investing in EMF clothing and protection.

If your symptoms are extreme, you may even need to consider moving to a non-tech community. While rare, these communities do still exist in 2021!

Staying Safe in the Age of Technology

Electromagnetic hypersensitivity syndrome might sound like something out of a sci-fi movie. It’s far from a farce, though. Millions experience debilitating symptoms due to the prevalence of technology.

Now that you know more, it’s worth asking — is technology impacting your health? You may never know unless you choose to get away from it for a while!

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Patricia Ann Cole has been writing stories since she was a child. Most of those stories were of a paranormal nature. In her adult life she earned a BA in mathematics and taught elementary math for many years. She loves to read, particularly romance novels. She can talk for hours about a TV series. She adores her cat, Sonic. She loves spending time with family and friends, especially her nieces and nephew. She is an avid traveler and enjoys the more exotic adventures.