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By Prodyut Das
by Jane Ingrim
Traditionally the diagnosis of Fibromyalgia is related to environmental illness. It is currently the understanding that there are basically three illnesses gaining in numbers dramtically, these are: Fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue and electro-sensitivity ( also referred to as electromagnetic hypersensitivity).
What’s investing about the increase in the presence of diseases like fibromyalgia is also the massive increase in the use of electricity and devices that use electricity and in less than the last 100 years we are now exposed to over 100 million times more diagnosis of electro-magnetic radiation than our grandparents were.
The affects that this radiation exposure is having on people’s health is already being well proven by scientist showing that this type radiation that we are all exposed to on a daily through the use of mobile and cell phones, TV’s, computers , iphones, ipads etc can clearly produce symptoms that include: Headaches, Irritability, Anxiety, Fatigue, Depression, Insomnia, Poor memory, Rashes, Sexual difficulties, Shortness of breath just to mention a few.
Having suffered from fibromyalgia myself and discovering how to get protection from emf radiation. I found it made a massive difference to my symptoms. Maybe we should consider getting emf protection as a part of the overall consideration to looking for a cure for fibromyalgia? Some people are just more sensitive to the radiation coming from electromagnetic devices than others, these people are labelled electro-sensitive and have symptoms very relevant to fibromyalgia.
Read more about this at http://emfshielding.org/are-your-iphones-ipads-mobile-devices-and-laptop-computers-making-you-sick/
Physical Therapist at SMC, New York, USA. Former PT Winner Regional Health, South Dakota, Former HOD Physiotherapy & Fitness center @ NIMT Hospital, Greater Noida. Former PT ISIC Hospital. DPT ( Univ of Montana), MPT (neuro), MIAP, cert. manual therapist, Medical Neuroscience (USA). Licensed Physical Therapist in NY, Texas & South Dakota, USA.