Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Syndrome is recognized by numerous social and media organizations worldwide that have concerns over EMF health effects. This is also referred to as electro-sensitivity.
EMF effects on the body include mood swings and emotional instability. The nervous system is the most vulnerable to the negative influence of radiation. Out-of-nowhere depressive tendencies, lack of focus, and memory problems are the first warning signs: exhaustion, anxiety, and sleep disturbance are also common. Constant EMF exposure makes your hormonal level jump back and forth. It results in chronic fatigue, exhaustion, and brittle temper.
This radiation exposure has been linked to reports of many severe medical conditions and varying levels of physical and psychological symptoms. Including ringing in the ears, tingling or burning skin, rashes, fatigue, concentration difficulties, and a foggy brain, dizziness, nausea, headaches, and body aches. A study from UC Irvine found extreme radio frequency (RF) exposure can produce severe illness that mimics MS.
Although correlations between EMF/EMR exposure and a range of symptoms have been established, no study has managed to determine if EHS is a predetermined illness triggered after chronic exposure to EMF or if EHS can develop in anyone with chronic EMF exposure. Much more information is needed for this condition to become diagnosable.
Harmful EMF effects also include DNA Damage, brain cancer, inflammation fatigue, reproductive abnormalities, premature aging, regular stress, and headaches. Memory issues, chronic fatigue, decreased attention span, depression, anxiety, and insomnia are also known to be side effects of short term EMF exposure.