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Monday, April 4, 2016

How come EHS people are still using their cell phones and wireless devices?

Every week lots of EHS people are contacting me with questions and ask for technical support. Once in a while I come upon an EHS person that is still using cell phones and wireless devices. As an EHS person that knows that the cellphones and wireless devices emit lots of RF radiation, and that RF exposure is a big contributor to EHS (makes you feel bad), I find it hard to understand why and how come EHS people still using them.

I have talked to people who left their house, who got into a camper van, who live in a tent, but they still use their cell phones and wireless devices.
I just can't understand why a person will go live in a car, van, tent or in others people homes in order to cope with EHS, but don't stop using the cellphone or wireless devices.




After more than 12 years of supporting EHS people all over the world , and after managing my own EHS condition for years, I feet it is my obligation to say that stop using cellphones and wireless devices is the first stage of cooping with EHS. If you continue to use them, your condition will most likely not improve and you will not be able to get control on the situation.

6 comments:

  1. I refuse to buy into the use of cell phones or any type of wireless device because I will never give the wireless industry one penny of my money for the pain and suffering they have inflicted upon our children! I am amazed that anyone suffering from EHS would even consider using any type of wireless device.

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    1. there is absolutely no logic in using illness promoting RF emitting devices , 10 X more when you are already suffering from it.
      amirb

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  2. Dear Hon. Jane Philpott,

    Tyler is 11 years old and has EHS (electro hypersensitivity), which means with accumulative and prolonged exposure to microwave radiation in the classroom, he experiences severe headaches, vomiting, extreme fatigue, insomnia and night terrors. For the past 4 years he has been shuffling between 3 different School Districts to avoid mandatory exposure after it was decided, without parental consent, that Wi Fi is ‘crucial’ to teach the curriculum.

    Tyler is really upset, frustrated and angry about having to return to school after spring break, only to return to a separate room downstairs by himself for 5 hours a day with no contact with any of his peers. He feels he has been dumped downstairs and forgotten, left there to do his work on his own. He’s frustrated that he can go a day or two with out even having anyone checking on him to see how he’s doing. Imagine being 11 years old and your only social contact with your peer’s is in a school setting, but you are isolated in a room by yourself. Tyler really wants to be back in a classroom with his peers, to have the teacher in the room to actually teach him and to ask questions when help is needed like all other grade 6 students.


    Mr. Fraser's answer for his request for accommodation - We have carefully considered your request for Tyler to be "...provided with a full educational program and to be integrated with his peers to develop important social skills" for the 2016/17 school year. Royal Oak Middle School is prepared and able to provide Tyler with a full educational program next year, but it will not be possible to restrict his exposure to RF frequencies from the Front Row system which is used in many classrooms to support students with hearing challenges, nor will it be possible to restrict his exposure to WiFi.


    In other words the School District suggests Tyler should just suck it up and attend school! Tyler is appealing to the parents of Royal Oak Middle School to support his request to have one section of the school “Wi-Fi free” for children with EHS and giving parents a choice on whether they want to take the risk of injuries to their children.

    Tyler is requesting his Right to an Education with his peers, can you help him?


    Janis Hoffmann

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    1. unfortunately this is the situation for many EHS kids.
      Here In Israel I know parents struggle to turn off the routers when not in use and to take their kids our of the classes when the routers are in use. Plus there is the exposure from kids' cell phones.
      I think that if Tylor's parents will allocate in the school, more kids that are already EHS and are not aware of the cause. Then it should be mach effective to put pressure on the school board.
      I wish you and Tylor all the best
      amirb.

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