There have been at least 46 studies involving more than a thousand people to see if those with electrical sensitivity are deluding themselves.
“Over the past decade, a wide range of symptoms have been reported Effects Through exposure to RF-EMF, “radio-frequency electromagnetic fields that mobile phones emit during use, including headache, nausea, dizziness and fatigue. News media have been Strengthen This is described as “a new medical condition, called electrosensitivity, or electromagnetic hypersensitivity.” These were the stories move itin part, by “persons who claim to have found a clear link between their ill health and exposure to a particular electrical device,” which “can have significant effects on a person’s quality of life and is associated with deterioration in general health, increased levels of health service use, and impairment in functioning.” professional and social.
As you can see below and at 0:50 in my video Is electromagnetic hypersensitivity real?to find out how common it is, the researchers he sat Undergraduate students on two large electromagnetic coils and then going through a checklist of symptoms, asking how the students feel under strong and weak electromagnetic field conditions.
You can see the chart below and at 0:57 in my country video. did the students Report Neurological symptoms, including headache, drowsiness, dizziness, fatigue, and irritability, as well as visceral symptoms, such as heart palpitations, muscle tension, and nausea, although more nausea occurs under the ‘weak’ EMF condition. They also reported abdominal pain, shortness of breath and a little burning, which they said could be felt in their skin as “crawling feelings,” “cold skin,” “sweating,” and “itching.” Their sensory organs also reported blurred vision, ringing in their ears, dry mouth, and a bit of a blockage, along with a few other symptoms. In all, “40 undergraduate students were asked to modified Their symptoms during ‘false’, ‘weak’ and ‘strong’ exposures. In fact there was no show at all, that is, all sessions were “sham”. The students were not immersed in any fields at all. It looks like “files” Connected to an impressive electrical power supply with colored lights and a driver panel, but in fact there were no real electrical connections between them (ie no EMF created at all). “
The study was entitled “Polluted places or polluted minds?” , suggesting that those who claim to have these symptoms may be deluding themselves. Before jumping to conclusions, you should study the people who already suffer from this disorder. So, researchers tested 20 men and women claimed to be sensitive to cell phones. As you can see at 2:18 in my country videoThreads mentioned A variety of symptoms when exposed to cell phone radiation – all kinds of aches, sensations, dizziness, breathing difficulties, and more. So, the researchers sat them in a chair with several active cell phones strapped close to their heads, and they could feel it, boy! As you can see below and at 2:27 in my country videothat they test A variety of symptoms – but, ironically, they felt a little bit of a feeling worst With a trick, like a fake bean bag phone next to their heads! “Contrary to established expectations,” none of the so-called electrosensitivity can “distinguish between turning cell phones on or off.”
Almost all of these studies have have found There is no evidence that the symptoms are only psychological in nature. The researchers note that those who claim such sensitivity tend to Show More OCD, hostile, phobic, and paranoid traits. so they change The name. What used to be called “electromagnetic hypersensitivity” in the medical literature is now called “idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields,” an acronym (IEIEMF) that sounds like something inspired by an old McDonald’s farm. “Although IEI-EMF sufferers are convinced that their symptoms are caused by exposure to electromagnetic fields, repeated experiments have not been able to replicate this phenomenon under controlled conditions.” How many are we talking about? “To date, 46 studies involving 1,175 IEI-EMF volunteers have tested whether exposure to electromagnetic fields can trigger the symptoms reported by this group.” But, when testing, when all the studies are put together, as you can see below and at 3:49 in videoNot only were there no significant effects have found On any of the symptoms, there was no evidence that the subjects were even able to detect radiofrequency electromagnetic fields.
There is not one person, at all? Well, there was one study in which two participants took part.”show up Exceptional performance, “Guessing when a cell phone was working 97 times out of 100. If that was just a coincidence, it would be like being struck by lightning four times in one year. But they fail to replicate the result a month later, and in science, if you can’t replicate Something, it basically does not exist.
So why does the idea of anaphylaxis persist? Well, now there is a whole industry profitable Of the various devices that claim to protect people from electromagnetic fields, the media seems to love the hypersensitivity story. Until now “[w]Oh no journalists point out data?” The media tend to claim that “research in this area has been neglected. But the search was done. Indeed, dozens of double-blind studies have been conducted, but have been systematically ignored by nearly every journalist covering this issue.” In fact, we have published provocation-blind studies in the peer-reviewed academic literature and almost all of them are negative. You could argue that the evidence is near-consensus. So why does the media not mention this data at all? Perhaps they left it deliberately and maliciously. They may have never come across it, and they are incompetent.” Or maybe they were absorbed by the snake oil sellers, “aggressive and well-coordinated lobbyists” selling all kinds of “insulating paint… and insulating beekeeper hats for outdoor trips…” dozens of studies that Proving them wrong, “They also viciously attack anyone who even dares to state the data, accusing them of insensitivity, attacking the afflicted, and denying the truth of their symptoms.”
Nobody says that people make up symptoms. The science only points out that whatever the symptoms are, cell phones don’t seem to be causing them. And if you were to go there, one could fairly argue that those trying to sell a bill of goods to these patients “are themselves impeding a better understanding” of their customers’ suffering.
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