EMF Sensitivity Stories From Hypersensitives – Resource: BLACK ON WHITE E-Book

EMF Sensitivity Stories

Do you sometimes feel like the canary in the mine in your own family, your community or your workplace? It helps to learn the stories of other “canaries,” and find out what they’ve done to make their lives better to heal from EMF Sensitivity.

I recently found this informative and detailed E-book online “Voices about Electro-Hypersensitivity 2002” link, or go to http://www.feb.se/feb/blackonwhite-complete-book.pdf.)

The book, a translation of letters and reports compiled in the Council for Work Life research about EMF exposure, has many stories of illness and recovery, as well as some interesting statistics and graphs. Rigmor Granlund-Lind and John Lind have done a good job of connecting the letters in clear chapters, and summarizing important information. Here’s one example I found illuminating.

Diagram 3. “The frequency of the most common electro-hypersensitivity reactions (according to letter reports to RALF” – an acronym for the Swedish research organization, the Council for Work Life)

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(p. 39)

1. Skin problems
2. Sensitivity to light/eye problems
3. Tiredness/weakness
4. Heart problems/high blood pressure
5. Headaches/migraine
6. Pain in joints/muscles
7. Dizziness
8. Concentration difficulties
9. Nausea/general poor health
10. Memory disorders
11. Endocrine reactions
12. Respiratory/lung disorders
13. Stomach/intestinal disorders
14. Numbness
15. ”Influenza” /throat problems
16. Sleep disorders
17. Hearing problems/tinnitus
18. Tremors/cramps
19. Anxiety/depression
20. Haziness/confusion
21. Fainting/coma
22. Asthma/allergies
23. Speech difficulties
24. Irritability

The book’s conclusion? Because it’s a summary of the letters and information from community members suffering from EMF sensitivity, there are many suggestions, stories and proposals throughout. Perhaps the most practical suggestion of all came from Letter

128: “Those of us who suffer from electro-hypersensitivity must learn to adjust the level of the dosage we expose ourselves to, that is the only way to live as “normally“ as possible.”

by Carol Burbank
Guest Blogger

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