The Symptoms of Electromagnetic Radiation Poisoning

According to the scientific studies listed in the BioInitiative Report of 2012-2019, prolonged exposure to strong electromagnetic fields may lead to:

 Insomnia, immune disorder, burning skin sensations, short-term memory loss, confusion, concentration problems, brain fog, brain damage, nausea, vertigo, increased heart rate, high blood pressure, high triglyceride levels, high glucose levels, diabetes, obesity, heart arrhythmia, increased heart rate, ADD, ADHD, learning disorders, depression, GERD, leukemia, lymphoma, brain and nervous system tumors, acoustic neuroma, melanoma, breast cancer, breast cancer medications rendered ineffective, neurological disorders, autism, chronic fatigue, dry eyes, premature cataracts, compromised blood-brain barrier, leaky gut syndrome, acid reflux, tinnitus, an uncomfortable feeling of heat or pressure inside the head, migraine headaches, low sperm count, low sperm motility, infertility, miscarriage, birth defects, chromosome breaks, suppression of DNA mechanisms, DNA mutation, suppressed calcium ion channeling, cellular inflammation, mitochondrial damage, sensitivity to noise, damaged placenta, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, adrenal failure, unexplained rashes, muscle weakness, muscle pain, inhibited calcium ion mobility, premature cataracts, weakened intestinal lining, weakened placenta, mood swings, irritability, slow reflexes, weak immunity, and more.

* Because of the consistency we have observed between all thyroid complications and prolonged exposure to ≥ 3 mG (milligauss) of AC magnetic flux and/or ≥ 1,000 mV (millivolts) epidermal-voltage, we would like to see laboratory studies conducted in this area.