Signs and Symptoms of EHS (Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Syndrome)

The director of the U.S. support group Electrical Sensitivity Network, and author of two books: The Electrical Sensitivity Handbook and Workstation Radiation, Lucinda Grant, compares electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) to that of multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), which is an apt comparison as both groups are environmental canaries.

Chemical sensitivity was also once thought to originate in the minds of hysterical housewives. Many times, those suffering from electromagnetic hypersensitivity will also be highly sensitive to chemicals or suffer from MCS. Other at-risk groups for developing EHS include those with chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), and people who experiencing mercury toxicity from dental amalgams. This makes logical sense since your nervous system is a primary site impacted by both chemicals and electromagnetic fields. And if your nervous system has been damaged from toxic exposures you may also be more susceptible to EHS as well.

The five most common symptoms of electromagnetic hypersensitivity are:
1. confusion/poor concentration, and/or memory loss
2. skin itch/rash/flushing/burning, and/or tingling
3. headache
4. fatigue and weakness
5. chest pain and heart problems

Less commonly reported symptoms include:
* panic attacks
* ear pain/ringing in the ears
* insomnia
* seizures
* feeling a vibration
* nausea
* dizziness
* paralysis

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