Common Symptoms of Electro Sensitivity
- Insomnia/sleep disturbances
- Headaches, sharp pains
- Tingling, numbness
- Pressure in head/throat/chest/ears
- Ringing in ears / tinnitus
- Dizziness, balance issues
- Electrical buzzing or ‘zapping’ in head
- Visual/hearing disturbances
- Eye irritation
- Short-term memory loss, mental/thought block, concentration problems
- Skin rashes, eczema
- Chronic dehydration, insatiable thirst
- Altered heart rate, palpitations, blood pressure anomalies
- Tremors, tics, seizures
- Extreme fatigue
- Joint dysfunction, musculoskeletal pains
- Increased chemical sensitivity and/or allergies
- Sensory overload, inability to rest/relax/heal
How to know if related to EMF/RF? Try this Protocol:
Reduce your exposure for 2 weeks: turn off everything wireless. At night, also reduce your exposure to electric/magnetic fields and dirty electricity (DE) by turning off the breakers related to the bedroom’s circuits. Daytime, whenever possible, keep 4-6 feet distance from appliances and wiring in the walls and floors. To know where the wires run under the floor, use an EMF meter, or ask an EMF radiation consultant to find out for you. Dr. Toril Jelter in California works with parents of autistic children and asks them to try that protocol: Some of the children get better after 3-4 days and up to 80% of children get better after 2 weeks of reduced EMF/RF exposure.
Read the list below to make sure you have turned off all wireless radiation sources (transmitters), for maximum reduction:
Smart phones, iPads, Kindles, Wi-Fi modems and routers, range extenders, wireless computers, wireless printers, wireless keyboards, wireless mice, wireless speakers, wireless headphones and earpieces, wireless garage door openers, wireless door locks, wireless doorbells, wireless baby monitors, wireless surveillance cameras, Wi-Fi video cameras, Wi-Fi digital photo frames, smart thermometers, smart thermostats, smart yoga mats, smart indoor lighting, smart security systems, voice controllers, gesture controllers, smart buttons, smart alarm clocks, smart air quality monitors, smart smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, smart navigation systems, connected exercise machines, fitness trackers, sleep trackers, location trackers, blood pressure monitors, heart rate monitors, smart appliances, controllers of smart appliances, ibeacons for home automation, smart ovens, smart irrigation systems, wireless garden sensors, Click and Grow Herb Gardens, smart grill thermometers, smart sprinkler controllers, smart air conditioners, smart TVs, video streaming devices for TVs, wireless gaming consoles, wireless leak detectors, smart watches, smart bracelets, smart air purifiers, smart home vent systems, remote pet feeders, smart light bulbs, Bluetooth-connected espresso machines, and Bluetooth-connected cookers.
From: A new survey by Deloitte: the average American household contains 25 different wireless devices.