Are You Electrosensitive?

If you are, it’s not ‘just in your head.’That’s the conclusion made by a British government agency who acknowledged that electrosensitivity, a heightened reaction to electrical energy, is a physical, rather than a psychological, ailment. This action follows Sweden who has long recognised electrosensitivity as a physical impairment since 2000. (Not so in the USA, where it is still ignored by mainstream medicine.)

When exposed to electromagnetic fields, people who have this condition suffer symptoms that include nausea, irregular heartbeat, fatigue, loss of memory, headaches, dizzines, muscle pains, skin problems, etc. In Sweden people who are allergic to electrical energy receive government support to reduce exposure in their homes and workplaces.

This is a very important development. It is an official acknowledgement that electropollution is not a hype but a real problem.

Here’s great quote from Olle Johansson, associate professor of neuroscience at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden: “If you put a radio near a source of EMFs you will get interference. The human brain has an electric field so if you put sources of EMFs nearby, it is not surprising that you get interference, interaction with systems and damage to cells and molecules.”

Well, I don’t think you can get a plainer and simpler explanation than that. Read the report, Electrical Fields Can Make You Sick.