Microwave Sickness Info
What is Microwave Sickness?
Microwave sickness is an illness that comes from the exposure to microwaves like wifi, mobile phone radiation, antennas, masts, Bluetooth, 5G, and other radio frequencies.
Other words for the same condition is EMFIS, EHS, EMF syndrome, microwave syndrome, microwave illness, or radiation sickness.
A new word being used is electromagnetic sensitivity (EMS).
The media often names the condition the Havanna syndrome because diplomats in Havanna got ill from RF (radio frequencies).
Microwave Sickness has been known since the beginning of the cold war, and is a term originally used by the military.
More and more people are getting ill of wireless technologies because the amount of exposure increases.
On this site you can read about microwave sickness.
- You will get the latest news about the science on wireless radiation and how it affects the body.
- You will also get tips on how to live with microwave sickness and how you can reduce the exposure to wireless radiation in your life.
Read about microwave sickness symptoms here.
ICD-11 for Mortality and Morbidity Statistics (ICD-11 MMS)
Exposure to other non-ionizing radiation.
Read about how wireless radiation can harm the body and brain here.
Learn about the mechanisms behind microwave sickness.
Read about symptoms of microwave sickness from the brain here.
How does wireless effect the brain?
Can wireless technologies cause infertility?
Read more here!
Harm from wireless radiation is a violation on human rights.
Read more here!
Read about scientists` and doctors`oppinion on wifi in schools and about how it can harm.
Read about how political interests can effect science.
Read more about 5G here!
People who suffer from microwave sickness tell their story here!
How do I reduce the exposure to wireless radiation?
Read about how you can use technology in a safer way.
Tips on how to live with microwave sickness.
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