Does electrosmog make you sick?
This is discussed extremely controversially! Symptoms such as reduced performance, sleep disorders, constant headaches and psychological changes (e.g. depression) are increasingly being linked by critical scientists to increasing exposure to electrosmog.
Current research results on the influence of electromagnetic fields on hormone balance, immune system and biorhythm also suggest a cautious approach to the phenomenon of "electrosmog". In this context, the term "EHS" for "electrohypersensitivity" has meanwhile established itself as a new complaint.
THE comprehensive, again and again updated standard work to this topic from building-biological view comes from Wolfgang Maes and is obtainable over Institut for building biology and lastingness.
Measurement creates clarity!
With specific measurement technology for high and low frequency, you can create a reliable basis for decision-making - beyond any "esotericism".
In addition, there are recognized precautionary values for a harmless level of exposure to different types of fields and radiation, on the basis of which everyone can assess their personal exposure and derive consequences.