Until mid-2021, you could consult a page on the WHO website with a list of disease symptoms attributable to electromagnetic radiation. For an unknown reason, the WHO has removed this page.
This act is particularly suspicious and raises at least the suspicion that the WHO wants to withhold this important information from the public so that the 5G network can be further rolled out without too many complaints from awake citizens or people who are already victims of EMF radiation.
However, there are other bodies you can turn to for more information on illness symptoms and protection from electromagnetic radiation.
In this link you will find a manual from the International Commission on Non-Ionising Radiation Protection. This work dates from 1998 but is still actual.
The Commission has conducted decades of scientific research to establish safe levels of radiation exposure. Scientists measure EMR with a unit called volts per metre (V/m).
This is what the ICNIRP considers safe guidelines for EMF exposure:
- natural electromagnetic fields (such as those from the sun): 200 V/m
- power lines (not near power lines): 100 V/m
- power lines (close to power lines): 10,000 V/m
- electric trains and trams: 300 V/m
- TV and computer screens: 10 V/m
- TV and radio transmitters: 6 V/m
- mobile phone base stations: 6 V/m
- radars: 9 V/m
- microwaves: 14 V/m
If you wish, you can check the EMR levels in your home using an EMR reader. If you think someone in your home has an EMR condition, the reader can record radiation levels so you can take appropriate precautions. You can also call your local electricity company to measure radiation levels in your home.
Electromagnetic radiation can damage body cells, affect oxygen levels and cause an overreaction of the nervous system. High exposure to EMR can cause cancer. Other symptoms may include:
1) sleep problems, including insomnia
3) depression and depressive symptoms
4) fatigue and lethargy
5) dysesthesia (a painful, often itchy feeling)
6) concentration problems
7) memory problems
10) loss of appetite and weight loss
11) restlessness and anxiety
13) burning and tingling skin
14) nosebleeds, in rare cases
These symptoms are very similar to those that occur with many other problems in modern life. If you have one or more of the above symptoms, the first thing you should do is investigate to what extent you are subject to electromagnetic radiation. How many wireless devices with Wi-Fi are there in your home ? Do you live near a phone mast? If you think your symptoms are due to EMR, you can take measures to reduce your exposure to these frequencies.
Avoid crowded cities and towns as often as you can. Also limit your time in the sun, and don't hold your phone to your ear when you are talking on the phone. Use headphones or put it on speakerphone. Charge your phone in another room when you sleep and try to turn it on only when you need it. Turn off Wi-Fi in your home at night to reduce exposure while you sleep. Consider using a laptop mat when working on the computer to create space between your body and the device.
If you want to make an extra investment, you can also buy EMF shields for your devices and even for the smart meter in your home. This can help lower the frequencies in and around your home, which can help your mental and physical health. You can also buy a cap with silver or copper wire that protects your head against 4 and 5G radiation.