What is EHS
Electrosensitivity, also known as Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS), is a disabling condition in which an individual experiences a myriad of symptoms, like headaches, ringing in the ears, brain fog, dizziness, unusual heart palpitations, insomnia, anxiety, irritability and fatigue around wireless technologies or electrical sources. EHS can develop gradually from many years of daily exposure to radiation from sources such as smart meters, cell towers, Wi-Fi, mobile phones, wireless baby monitors, cordless phones, power lines, computers, intermediate frequencies, electrical wiring and various electronics devices. See BioInitiative Report for more information.
EMR Information EMF– is the emissions of energy in the form of traveling electromagnetic fields. Extremely low frequency (ELF) fields exist as fields only and do not radiate significantly. As the frequency of an electromagnetic field increases more and more of the energy is radiated. Static Electricity and Air Ionization Ionization is the physical process […]