Are You Electro-Sensitive? Find out right now!
Researchers have been looking at EMFs (electromagnetic fields) and sensitivities to those fields since the 1950s. That research found that there was a range of sensitivity levels with some members of the population being up to 3 times more sensitive than others. In general, women were found to be more sensitive than men.
Today, that research has continued, and the debilitating effects are known as electro hypersensitivity syndrome (EHS). The Austrian Medical Association has defined the condition in this way:
"There has been a sharp rise in unspecific, often stress-associated health problems that increasingly present physicians with the challenge of complex differential diagnosis. A cause that has been accorded little attention so far is increasing electrosmog exposure at home, at work and during leisure activities, occurring in addition to chronic stress in personal and working life. It correlates with an overall situation of chronic stress that can lead to burnout."
What do other researchers say about EHS?
Researchers (Hallberg and Oberfeld) in 2006 estimated that by 2017, 50% of the population would be electro-sensitive.
PhD Researcher Magda Havas estimates that up to 3% of the population is severely sensitive, and 35% moderately sensitive.
Population-based surveys revealed that 1.5% of Swedish and 13.3% of Taiwanese people were electro-sensitive.
To me, the huge variance in estimates above indicates that many don't realize they are experiencing the debilitating effects of electro-smog exposure. Perhaps they are writing off the migraines or body aches, or skin rashes as 'just getting old'.
Even if you were to estimate a very conservative 0.1% of the world population suffering from EHS, that would still be about 7 million people worldwide, and would also make EHS as prevalent or more, than the following diseases:
Congestive Heart Failure
Breast, lung, prostate, colon cancer combined
In my experience working with over 150 clients since 2017, I've seen many people come to the realization that the technology and electrified devices in their home, office, or car was making them feel worse as well as leading to many debilitating symptoms. Once they took action to use technology more safely, they experienced improved EHS symptoms, less fatigue plus better mood and sleep. Here are the most common symptoms:
Aches or pressure in head, throat and chest
Unsteady balance, dizziness
Altered heart rate
Ringing in the ears
Numbness or pain in affected areas
Red skin blotches, eczema
Are you experiencing any of those in your life but unsure of the cause?
In the research I've done over the last 10 years, I'm convinced that we are all sensitive to electricity and the devices that use it. We all compensate in different ways, for different amounts of time.
I've put this quiz together to help you quickly identify how sensitive you are to EMF. It's definitely worth a few minutes of your time because it could uncover a hidden pollutant in your environment that is robbing you of optimal health.
Once you've completed the quiz, you will receive additional details and my recommended next steps.
Take the quiz below