Woman allergic to WiFi isolates herself


This woman has a rare case of WiFi allergy.

A female therapist was compelled to give up her job and isolate herself due to her WiFi allergy. You've hear that right, WiFi - the thing that most people can't do without in this technology and internet age.

Rachel Hinks suffers from violent shakes, burning rashes, and headaches due to WiFi. She claims that she has electromagnetic hypersensitivity and the aforementioned conditions are the effects.

"At first I had mild symptoms, I noticed when I switched to a cordless phone my ear would burn after about ten minutes, and when I tried to use my laptop using WiFi I became very fatigued so I resorted back to using a wired up connection," Hinks narrated.

"I found out later that the mobile phone masts out the back of me had gone up from 2G to 4G and my new neighbour who had moved in was using a BT hub against the wall," she continued.

The World Health Organization currently does not consider electromagnetic hypersensitivity as a diagnosis as there is still no scientific basis yet.

Hinks, a single woman who came from Chinchester, West Sussex, said that she began to feel sick around December 2015.

"What if I'm one of the first to suffer from these symptoms because of my weak immune system, but in a couple hundred years who knows how much more advanced technology will be and how many more people will be suffering as a result of it?

Then in December 2015 I became suddenly very unwell - violent shaking, severe head pains, disorientation - I couldn't sleep more than a few hours at a time and felt like I was in a meltdown.

I never imagined I'd be in this situation when I have a sweet little home I've rented for 17 years and good neighbours, yet I have now become too sick to live there."

Each day I need to drive into Chichester and re-expose myself to feed my cat and I take her out in the car to the meadows where I can give her some company for an hour," she continued narrating.

Hinks hopes that her condition would be taken seriously and make people aware that she is really suffering from electromagnetic hypersensitivity.

"I don't have the funds for any of this, don't have any possessions I can sell, and given I have arthritis, bowel and bladder and gynecological diseases, living in a caravan in a damp country would be very challenging on my health.

"I would like to break through the taboo of a condition that people have little awareness of, so that anyone suffering from this receives understanding and support from those around them, and that it becomes easier to get a diagnosis," she said.




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This woman has a rare case of WiFi allergy.
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