“There are those who claim that exposure to wi-fi is making people sick, and some people don’t even know it,” CBSNewYork reports. “‘Brain fog. That’s my worst problem. A brain fog,’ Suzanne Hoyt said.”
“Hoyt said that nothing prepared her for the rush of symptoms that she suddenly developed,” CBSNewYork reports. “‘Headaches, perspiration, pain in my jaws and my heart. It’s like physical expansion of the heart,’ she said.”
“It’s called wi-fi sensitivity, and doctors say it’s a very real condition with serious consequences. Dr. David Carpenter, an Environmental Scientist and expert on wi-fi’s effects said the scientific link between wi-fi and health is clearly emerging,” CBSNewYork reports. “Dr. Carpenter said it’s a significant problem for about 5 percent of the population, many of them have no idea that wi-fi is to blame.”
“Other doctors counter that the evidence connecting wi-fi to illness just isn’t there,” CBSNewYork reports. “‘It’s a psychological phenomenon,’ neuropsychologist Dr. William Barr said. Dr. Barr said some people may have symptoms, but what causes them is something else altogether. He said the power of suggestion may play a role.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Brain fog? Who diagnosed that, Dr. Ellison? Suzanne should expect a visit from Samuel Graynamore any minute now. Our advice to Suz: Stay away from volcanoes!