A story about electrohypersensitivity (EHS) (also known as electrosensitivity or ES) recently featured on the UK’s BBC Television South region.
On 25th February 2013, The BBC covered the impact of electromagnetic radiation, Wi-Fi and mobile phones on health and the prevalence of electrosensitivity (ES or EHS) – a condition in which exposure to electromagnetic radiation can cause severe pain and other debilitating symptoms. The programme featured former electronics expert and latterly, EMF Refugee, Phil Inkley in his caravan in remote and uninhabited part of rural Hampshire.
ES-UK Trustees, Professor Denis Henshaw, and medical doctor Andrew Tresidder contributed to the story to helpng viewers understand aspects of EHS, the possible source of their headaches, tinnitus, sleeplessness and heart rhythm variability.
The story may be viewed at the following link:
Editor’s note: The website of ES-UK (an organisation that offers information about electrosensitivity is http://www.es-uk.info/