How do I know if I have EMF sensitivity? What are symptoms?

EHS, or Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Syndrome, is not currently a proper medical diagnosis in the U.S., but it is recognized by numerous organizations around the world. This exposure has been linked to ringing in the ears, tingling or burning skin, rashes, fatigue, concentration difficulties and a foggy brain, dizziness, nausea, headaches, and body aches. Extreme radio frequency (RF) exposure can also produce severe illness that mimics MS.

If you think you suffer from EHS, there are easy ways you can reduce your exposure and you can see if that helps your symptoms.

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