Thursday, December 03, 2015

Wi-Fi 'Allergy': Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Is Real?

This author is Suggesting That "electromagnetic sensitivity" is not real Because The "studies" show That They Do not always responds with symptoms When exposed to "hidden" wi fi. He (and others) are missing the fact que la symptoms come and go at random due to mere exposure is an Ongoing basis. An electromagnetic sensor is NOT A person METER! They do not "turn on" and "turn off" like a meter Does! Clearly, Those Who Would say There Is no such thing as this sensitivity are NOT understanding how it works!

Wi-Fi 'Allergy': Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Is Real?

Some people Who say the postponement Having EHS symptoms. Are debilitating impact and Their Lives Dramatically Credit: Shutterstock   
For Some Time now, people with unexplained and recurring headaches, dizziness and skin irritation-have-been blaming Their Often severe discomfort is sensitivity to electromagnetic field sources, provided Sometimes called Expired electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS), selon the World Health Organization (WHO).    

In a recent case, the family of 15-year-old girl in the United Kingdom Who died by suicide Said the girl HAD Suffered from an allergy to Wi-Fi signals. The signals at her school made ​​her nauseated, gave her blinding headaches and made ​​it difficulty for her to concentrate, the teen's mother Said in a UK court is Nov. 19, selon a news story about the case in the UK newspaper The Daily Mirror .    

Participants in a survey  of people Claiming to be Suffering from EHS Described physical symptoms headache and tiredness Such As That Appeared Whenever They Were close to devices emit electromagnetic signals That, Such As wireless stations, cellphones and computer screens. Removing gold from the insulating Themselves Their signals alleviated symptoms, selon the survey Findings.  

HOWEVER, Scientifically controlled tests in qui people Were exposed to electromagnetic signals intended Were not Told When the signals Were turned it gold off overwhelmingly Showed That study participants Were Unable to determine When the signals Were present, selon a 2009 review of 46 Such studies published in the journal  Bioelectromagnetics.

What about the symptoms?
"People say Who are They Have EHS Clearly ill," Said Dr. James Rubin, a senior lecturer in psychology at King's College London, Who has Researched EHS and author of That Was the review. "Aim the science Suggests That It is not [electromagnetic signaling] That Is Causing the illness," Rubin Told Live Science in an email.

And although the WHO states there website icts That people Suffering from EHS exhibit "a variety of nonspecific symptoms," the agency says aussi That "EHS is not a medical diagnosis."  

"There is no scientific basis to link EHS symptoms to EMF (electromagnetic frequency) exposure," the WHO says it icts website.

The symptoms of EHS can vary from person to person, usually very purpose are generalized, Meaning They Could Have Many causes. For example, a headache might tell you That you're coming down with a cold, or That you've Had too much caffeine. Dizziness May indicate indication the onset of stomach flu, gold Lack of sleep. While distracting and unpleasant, thesis indicators are not usually helpful in pinpointing what's Causing Them, qui can make it difficulty for doctors to Identify and treat the source of the disorder. [8 Strange Signs You're Having an Allergic Reaction]  

Determining disability
In Some cases, celebrities Who postponement Having EHS say the symptoms are debilitating impact and Dramatically Their Lives. The relatives of one 12-year-old boy filed a lawsuit Recently in Massachusetts contre His private school, Claiming That a new "industrial-capacity Wi-Fi" system at the school led to Their child's health problems, Reported. 

The boy Suffered from headaches, itchy skin and rashes, nose bleeds and Eventually, dizziness and heart palpitations, the following Said, selon Courthousenews. The symptoms, qui Could not doctors diagnosis, M me only During school hours.

School Officials rejected the finding That His Food Branch stemmed from exposure Wi-Fi, and an assessment of the Wi-Fi system found que la levels well Within Were safety parameters Established by the Federal Communications Commission. Aim the boy's relatives Asserted That Were His symptoms of EHS representative and qualified as a disability and, as Such, que la school shoulds be required to take actions to Accommodate it. [9 Weirdest Allergies]

In Reviews another box, in France, a disability settlement Was Awarded to a woman Who Claimed That her severe EHS Was So That She Had to live without electricity in a renovated barn in the mountains to protect herself from electromagnetic signals, selon year Agence France Press report. Purpose while the short Ruled That qualified her as disabling symptoms, it Formally Recognize EHS About did not have a medical condition.  

Testing reactions
In Rubin's 2009 paper, he Looked at studies Analyzing and Investigating triggers symptoms in more than 1,000 people Who Reported Having electromagnetic hypersensitivity.
He Concluded That in the paper "repeated experiments-have beens Unable to replicate this phenomenon under controlled conditions."

It May Be That Wi-Fi is not the culprit, purpose That something else is to blame for people's symptoms, Rubin said. A number of health and environmental conditions differ For Each individual, Could Be Responsible.

Another factor at play Could Be the "nocebo effect," in a person's belief qui That exposure to EMF triggers symptoms Actually the real causes symptoms to APPEAR, Even If No Occur exposure has occurred, he added.

Regardless of whether Wi-Fi "allergies" are real, The Suffering Certainly is, Rubin said.
Follow Mindy Weisberger is  Twitter  and  Google+. Follow uslivescience,  Facebook  &  Google+. Original article we  LiveScience.

No comments:

Post a Comment