Electricity Sensitivity


Research into the health effects of EMF exposure began in earnest in the late 1960s and continues to this day. There is a large body of evidence attesting to the adverse health effects of EMFs, but public and even academic awareness is very poor.

As for Electrical Sensitivity, clinical research to verify the physiological nature of Electrical Sensitivity began only in the 1990s. A review by Stephen J. Genuis, et al, on the research of Electrical Sensitivity can be found in the journal, Science of the Total Environment.

While there is no consensus on the origins and mechanisms of Electrical Sensitivity, what is clear is that electromagnetic field (EMF) exposures have a role to play in Electrical Sensitivity. That is to say, exposure from wireless devices and electrical appliances, from sources such as cell phones, smart meters, cell towers, Wi-Fi, cordless phones, power lines, intermediate frequencies and electric fields from various electronic devices are affecting the senses, and there is a growing body of scientific evidence which show this to be true.

Gunilla Ladberg from Sweden, Alwyn Lewies from South Africa have done extensive research and Dafna Tachover, former executive in Manhatten has reported she had to leave her job and her home due to becoming electrically sensitive, Dr. Gro Hrlem Bruntland, former Prime Minister of Norway and former Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO), also announced she suffered from electrical sensitivity in a presentation at the University of Waterloo.


1 - Ringing in the ears (Tinnitus), unexpected earache along with difficulty in keeping one's balance.

2 - Inability to concentrate, confusion and memory loss

3 - Form of dizziness and nausea without discernible cause

4 - Insomnia

5 - Coughing and throat problems, sinusitis, asthma

6 - Fluctuations in the Heart rate, chest pains, shortness of breath and fluctuating blood pressure

7 - Gritty and smarting eyes, deteriorating vision

8 - Development of "tics"

9 - Change in outlook such as Depression, Anxiety, Anger and Mood Swings

10 - Weakness and spasms in muscles, pain in the joints

11 - Acne, irritation or rashes, swelling in the face o flushes

12 - Bladder problems and unusual sweating

13 - Upset stomach, allergic reactions and flatulence

14 - Allergies and sensitivities to light, chemicals, smells or noise


Unfortunately, the medical establishment is ill-equipped to deal with Electrical Sensitivity. Many doctors view the problem as one for psychologists rather than physiological. In other words, when there are no solutions in one area, pass it on to another.

There is help in form of a technique using a computer and a Pulsed Eco-Doppler which enables a formal diagnosis of Electrical Sensitivity. Treating it is complicated, and there is no widely accepted protocol for treatment. What is clear at the present time is that the first step to recovery is to significantly reduce the exposure to Electromagnetic Fields.

EMFs are invisible and difficult to detect so reducing exposure means first gaining an understanding as to the EMFs that exist in the environment. Solutions involve essentially Avoiding the Fields which means being able to measure them, and Protection from the Fields which usually means some shielding from them.

"Electro Magnetic Field (EMF) exposure. Professor Olle Johasson of Sweden, one of the leading scientists working in this area, defines Electrical Sensitivity as a "Functional Impairment".

World Health Organization, WHO

Electric Sensitivity means different things to many different people. There is no widely accepted definition. While the World Health Organization (WHO) accepts that these symptoms exist, it does not officially attribute them to EMF that, anyone who is Electrically Sensitive, might well consider outrageous.

Rigmor & John Lind, from comprendium of 400 Swedish electro sensitive case studies, 2002.

SUMMARY: Electrical sensitivity is a functional impairment. It has been attributed to exposure to electro-magnetic fields, and studies show that there is reason to be fearful of this possibility.

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