Gadget Allergy




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Marine Richard, a 39 year-old French woman, recently received a disability grant for what is apparently a debilitating allergy to “gadgets” or, more specifically, the electromagnetic radiation emitted by many modern household appliances. This grant qualifies her for a sum of €800 (£580) per month over the next three years. Marine believes her case will set a major precedent for others who suffer from electromagnetic hypersensitivity, otherwise known as EHS. Though causes are still unclear, EHS is recognized by the World Health Organization.

Marine’s claim states that she was negatively affected by devices as common as phones, suffering from fatigue, headaches, and nausea as a result of close proximity . These symptoms pushed Ms Richard to relocate. She now lives in a remote, mountainous region, residing in a barn with no electricity.

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TV or radio transmitters, WiFi signals, microwave ovens and X-Ray machines all affect EHS sufferers due to the electromagnetic fields they generate. Symptoms include insomnia, ear aches when, tingling sensations in the skin, palpitations even difficulty with concentration and memory.

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