Canadian scientist, Dr. Magda Havas, PhD says wireless technologies and other EMFs may affect over 35% of the US population. Common symptoms such as attention deficit, headaches, sleep issues, blood sugar imbalances, heart palpitations, joint pain, concentration, allergies and asthma may be traced to exposures from wireless and EMFs.
Children are smaller in mass and thus absorb disproportionally higher levels of microwave radiation than adults. Delicate biological balances associated with their rapid growth also may make them more susceptible to even very low levels of microwave radiation from wireless like games consoles, WiFi, cell phones and cell towers.
Microwaves stimulate growth. In fact doctors use microwaves to promote healing of bones. However, promoting growth may not always be a benefit. For instance, a small tumor can be stimulated to grow faster and larger by microwaves. Microwave radiation and other EMFs have also been proven to disrupt cellular operations. Calcium efflux – the outflow from the cells of a key regulator of cell growth - has been linked with EMFs.
The following conditions have been linked with wireless technologies and other EMFs:
WOMEN AND AT-RISK ADULTS
"Rapid Aging Syndrome" is the term coined by Dr. Havas for stress symptoms resulting from the increase in wireless technologies around us. In 2002, more than 3,000 European physicians and medical practitioners made the connection between wireless technologies and our decline in health in the The Freiburger Appeal. Doctors all over Europe detail the physiological connection between wireless technologies and the explosion of stress symptoms like poor concentration, headaches, exhaustion, agitation, sleeplessness, joint pain; and heart rate and blood pressure changes.
Women suffer disproportionally from many of the new auto-immune and hormonal conditions. At-risk adults may also suffer increased health impacts from these conditions, which are scientifically-linked with microwaves/ EMFs:
- Insulin Resistance (Metabolic Syndrome)
- Risk for Heart Disease
- Sleep Issues
- Asthma/ allergies
- Autoimmune disorders
- Chronic Fatigue
- Environmental Illness