Electrohypersensitivity (EHS)

While adverse effects of long-term exposure to wi-fi radiation, like cancer, infertility and DNA damage may not surface in some for years, there are many who suffer immediate effects.  Health care providers are now learning to diagnose and treat environmentally induced electrohypersensitivity, or EHS.  Symptoms manifest neurologically and immunologically when exposed to:
  • Electric and magnetic fields
  • One or more of the types of electromagnetic radiation found in the modern environment
Those who suffer from EHS can feel the radiation hitting various biological systems when they encounter cell towers, routers, access points, cordless phones, smart meters, laptops, iPads, tablets, baby monitors, fluorescent lights or any other devices pulsing signal.  Patients experience a myriad of immediate or latent symptoms that may include pain or tightening in the chest, altered heartbeat, tinnitus in the ears, headaches, nosebleeds, insomnia, fatigue, diminished concentration, poor memory and more.  Symptoms can disappear or diminish over time when exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) is eliminated.

The following sites provide detailed information on EHS:
  • Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe provides a one-hour lecture that will help those new to this topic:

  • Andre Fauteux wrote an extensive article on the history of EHS which explains why this disease and MCS (Multiple Chemical Sensitivities) have not yet been recognized in the mainstream:

    https://maisonsaine.ca/english/electrohypersensitivity-conference-debunks-nocebo-effect-theory.html

  • WEEP, a Canadian initiative for safe wireless, electric and electromagnetic policy, provides an understanding of electromagnetic hypersensitivity and offers documents for Talking to Your Doctor and Living with EHS; A Survival Guide.  
  • Ray Pealer, an electromagnetic radiation safety consultant, offers in-person home assessments or phone or Skype consultations if a home visit is not practical: http://www.emrsafety.net/about.html

  • As a certified Building Biology Environmental Consultant (BBEC), Elizabeth Pond Reza conducts healthy indoor assessments of homes and offices, focusing on electromagnetic radiation: http://www.ecurrentliving.com/
Diagnosing EHS
  • Dr. Mallery-Blythe also provides a written summary for doctors to learn about and treat EHS:
  • The Austrian Medical Association’s EMF Working Group (AG-EMF) provides guidelines too for the diagnosis and treatment of EMF related health problems and illnesses. Click here for pdf.

Medical Practitioners
  • The American Academy of Environmental Medicine trains practitioners to address environmentally-induced illnesses.  You can find practitioners on their website:

    https://aaemonline.org/

  • Dr. Lisa Nagy practices in Vineyard Haven, Martha's Vineyard, MA:
  • Dr. William Rea has been treating people for the whole environmental toxic load for many years and has helped thousands at his Environmental Health Center in Dallas, TX:

    http://www.ehcd.com/

  • Dr. Scott Eberle does not treat for EHS, but he has recovered from EHS personally. He shares his story and resources below which may be useful to other medical practitioners and EHS sufferers:

    http://www.petawam.com/doctorscorner.html

  • This 15-minute video with Clint Ober and three MDs (Drs. Koniver, Mercola, Sinatra) explains what earthing or grounding is, and how it can help to reverse inflammation that leads to disease:

    https://vimeo.com/205264910
Government Accommodations
Housing
  • The following Facebook site is for wireless-free communities and people looking for housing:
Doubts
Suicide
Note: The information provided here is publicly available on the Internet. 
It is intended to provide a starting point to inform you of EMF dangers. 
Please do your own research, draw your own conclusions, and act accordingly to protect those you love and serve.