Electrosensitivity – real or imaginary disease?

Monday, 17. July 2017

Electrosensitivity – real or imaginary disease?

Although electrical hypersensitivity is not a disease in the classic sense, researchers have noted an increase in the occurrence of its symptoms.

The European Academy for Environmental Medicine (EUROPAEM) recently published new EMF guidelines for the ‘prevention, diagnosis and treatment of health problems caused by electromagnetic fields’. These are current guidelines on the subject of low-frequency and high-frequency electromagnetic fields (EMF), compiled by an international team of doctors and scientists. In addition to the current state of research on risks from EMF radiation, the previous status on electrical hypersensitivity (EHS) is also expounded. In addition, recommendations are given on how EHS can be medically diagnosed and treated.

But what is actually meant by the term electrical hypersensitivity?

There are continual reports of people who feel that their health is being affected by electromagnetic fields (EMF) - which are also used in mobile telephone communications. This so called electrosensitivity to electromagnetic fields (EMF) is also called electromagnetic hypersensitivity or EHS. It is characterised with a number of non-specific symptoms that cannot be associated with any particular cause scientifically. The reported symptoms range from a redness and itching of the skin, nervous twitches plus vegetative symptoms like fatigue, tiredness and difficulty concentrating. This range of non-specific symptoms cannot be associated with any specific cause.

What measures can be taken by electrosensitive people?

  • Make sure, especially when sleeping at night, to have an environment free of interfering fields. Only use a minimal amount of electrical devices in the bedroom (e.g. TV, radio alarm clock)! This should also help to boost quality of sleep.
  • Pull out the plug from appliances you don't use so much.
  • Avoid any constant background lighting.
  • Find out when purchasing a new electrical appliance about its interference radiation. This particularly applies to computers and television sets.
  • Replace, if necessary, old electrical equipment, and buy low-radiation new replacements!

Reducing general exposure to electrosmog is also useful, because not all people respond to electrosmog in the same way. Electrosensitive people often complain of massive health problems when exposed to permitted low levels.

How does GENII® help?

As it is today almost impossible to avoid electrosmog, GENII® offers the ideal opportunity to counteract this interference. GENII® reproduces the earth's natural magnetic field and applies it to the body. GENII® therefore creates, more or less like a conductor with a baton, the basis for the proper synchronisation of all vital control and functional processes in the body. Users of GENII® become more resistant against stress and overwork, regain their full efficiency and again find the ability to fully recover in sleep.