Is Wi-Fi Radiation the Reason You Feel Fatigue?

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Picture of 5G WiFi LogoBy Angela Salerno, Executive Director of The Institute for Natural Healing

They are called “the undiagnosed.” These are people who go through life feeling lousy. Their doctors are unable to help them or explain the cause of their problems.1

They may suffer symptoms that match a wide range of illnesses, including dizziness, fatigue, nausea, insomnia, headaches, or heart palpitations.2

After going through tests that show nothing is wrong, these patients may be told “it’s all in your head.” And they may resign themselves to living in misery.

Medically unexplained symptoms are one of the most common problems in modern medicine. They account for 15-30% of primary care patients, according to a study published in the Oxford University Press.3

But now some scientists and doctors say they may have found an explanation for the growing numbers of these cases. It’s an allergy called “electromagnetic hypersensitivity” or EHS.

Sufferers say they have a physical reaction to electromagnetic radiation emitted by Wi-Fi, computers, cellphones, broadcast towers, and electrical power lines.4 Most of us are bathed in this type of radiation all day, every day.

Studies do not directly link electromagnetic radiation to illness. But there is much anecdotal evidence. In one of the most tragic cases, a teenage girl in England suddenly began suffering blinding headaches when her school added Wi-Fi. She eventually committed suicide.5

Many other people say they suffer from headaches, fatigue, and other symptoms that disappear when they are away from Wi-Fi stations, cellphones, and computer screens.

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Original title: Is Wi-Fi Radiation the Reason You Feel Lousy?

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Category: EMF & Radiation

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  1. lisette says:

    how can we find a way to find out nearest station/ how to avoid them? there is a very loud humming emanating form a facility next to my GPO. i think it either a telephone tower or power station that are housed there. for last 2- 3months it has been getting very noticeable, and now nearly unbearable at night.