OK, we all carry around our cell phones and many are SO addicted that they must have it within a couple feet of them all day long. What has happened to us? We are controlled by this small device that NOW may be doing us harm, physically!
I have been having palpitations and last week went to the ER with Afib. Afib? That's serious.
I am healthy, slim and active. Heart issues? Well my tests were normal. So what caused this issue?
I went on a digging expedition. I only check government studies and respected sources.
Here is what I found.
Over the past decade, there’s been a lot of controversy over whether radiation from wireless devices like cellular and cordless phones can cause health problems ranging from insomnia to cancer, and even may cause heart palpitations. Yes! Bingo!
It seems a growing number of people are reporting symptoms such as dizziness, heart palpitations and digestive disturbances when exposed to various electromagnetic fields (EMFs), which raises the question, “is electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) truly a hypersensitivity issue, or are we all at risk?”
I once met a patient who could not tolerate the wireless emissions and would get terrible migraines.
She could not go anywhere! Often she would go camping, just to try to escape being surrounded by the electromagnetic fields in stores, homes...everywhere.
I found one source that stated:
"It’s worth mentioning that overexposure to certain man-made electromagnetic frequencies may also cause arrhythmias like atrial fibrillation. I know of two colleagues who developed a-fib after sleeping in close proximity to a cordless phone, and at least one study has linked cordless phone radiation to irregular heartbeats."
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