Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity and EMF Radiation

Electronic devices have become a super helpful and convenient part of our daily lives. They let us do all sorts of things like browsing the internet or zapping our leftovers in the microwave. But as technology continues to advance, there has been an unparalleled surge in both the quantity and variety of sources emitting electromagnetic fields (EMF).

EMF (Electromagnetic Field) radiation is a form of energy that is generated by electrical and electronic devices such as mobile phones, laptops, tablets, Wi-Fi routers, and power lines. While EMF in very low amounts is harmless to humans, some people are more sensitive to its effects than others.

For people with Electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS), avoiding EMF radiation can be challenging in our modern world, as technology is ubiquitous. Some electrosensitive individuals may choose to live in remote areas with no electrical infrastructure, while others may take steps to reduce their exposure to EMF radiation.

In this article, we’ll learn more about what EHS is and how everyday EMF radiation can affect people with EHS.

What is Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity?