by B.N. Frank, Activist Post:
Unless you are in perfect health 24/7 – 365 days a year, how would you know that you aren’t sensitive to some degree to any or all sources of “Electrosmog”?
Experts say up to 3% of all people are clinically hypersensitive, as many as one-third of us to a lesser degree.
A lesser degree to not being clinically hypersensitive is nothing to sneeze at, don’t you think? So consider Electrosmog like you would other sources of harmful smog. Most agree that smog isn’t good for our health. Exposure can cause allergies, asthma, COPD, cancer, etc. – not necessarily immediately but eventually.
You and your loved ones may not suffer much – if at all – immediately from exposure to Electrosmog. But someday you might – even if you have no genetic predisposition to Electromagnetic Sensitivity.
Electrosmog can also harm your pets.
So if you or your loved ones ARE NOT in perfect health, 24/7 – 365 days a year – have you ever discussed with your doctor the possibility that exposure to any or all sources of Electrosmog could be affecting you to some degree? Better yet, has your doctor ever discussed this possibility with you?
In 2002, the U.S. Access Board recognized electromagnetic sensitivity and that it can be disabling. If your doctor still pooh-poohs this, remind him or her how doctors practice medicine. Practicing medicine means doctors don’t know everything. Remind him or her that it wasn’t that long ago doctors also promoted smoking as being good for our health. Better yet, find another doctor.
Decades of research has already proven that exposure to all sources of Electrosmog is harmful and it’s not just about increased cancer risk. Exposure can affect us from head to toe and everything in between. Symptoms and severity vary. Activist Post has reported before about ElectromagneticSensitivity.
Thanks to Smart Meter Harm for recently posting a symptom list as well as more detailed information about Electrosensitivity (ES).