The researchers evaluated a woman physician who had self-diagnosed electromagnetic hypersensitivity. The goal of the study was to see if there was some way to verify that electromagnetic fields (EMF) can alter reactions in the human body.
The patient was tested with environmental strength electric fields. She developed headaches, muscle twitches, and skipped heartbeats within 100 seconds of switching the field on. She was unable to accurately determine if the field was off or on. Interestingly, the symptoms occurred mostly during the transition from on to off or from off to on.
CONCLUSION: The patient’s physical reactions were statistically reliable in response to the EMF exposure to say that “EMF hypersensitivity can occur as a bona fide environmentally inducible neurological syndrome”.
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