The simple answer is yes, you are electrosensitive. We all are.
Every single cell in your body is conductive, every single organelle inside of each cell, every single cell membrane, the extracellular fluid around each cell, the intracellular fluid inside of each cell… yep, it’s all conductive.
Which is why grounding is so powerful — the moment one single cell in your body touches the earth, this amazing conductivity grounds your entire body from head to toe, just like flipping on a light switch — in one instant — ahhh…. you are grounded.
But exactly what makes our body grounded — the fact that we are highly conductive — is why we need to protect that exquisite conductivity, and also explains why you may literally feel the affects of ambient EMF fields around you.
In today’s incredibly electric world, a world filled with layer upon layer of electromagnetic fields, we can no longer afford to be caviler about the impact this has on the human body.
Because whether you “feel” it or not… the fact is, you are electrosensitive.
A decade ago, back in 2011, the World Health Organization classified man-made EMFs as potentially carcinogenic (category 2B) with many countries establishing Electrohypersenstivitivy (EHS) as a diagnosable and treatable illness, with guidelines on treating electrohypersensitivity published and updated routinely.
That’s because we finally understand this truth: conductivity is the basis of how our body functions.
Everything from your thoughts to your feelings to your sensory experiences to your heartbeat to your breath to your speech to your digestion to every blink of your eyes is all only possible because you are conductive.
So while natural earth EMFs soothe and heal you, bathing your conductive body in supportive energy fields, manmade EMFs disrupt and sicken you, artificially imposing polarized disruptive radiation fields around you. Many people — I’d say maybe even most people — feel uncomfortable sensations when they are in the presence of strong EMF fields.
Do you notice you ever feel these symptoms after being on your computer, or cell phone, or near your router, or in an area with wifi?
- stinging or tingling
- decreased concentration
- tinnitus/ringing in the ears
- skin sensitivity or reactions
- mood changes, including anxiety or depression
- heart palpatations
- muscle pain/tension
How do we know these symptoms have to do with the presence of EMFs?
Actually, we’ve known the human body has a threshold of perception to electrical fields, and have studied it for many many decades. 100 years ago, back when electricity was being developed as a power source, people conducted a lot of experiments to determine what these different levels of electricity are. And those findings are still being used today!
The most commonly cited source of electricity safety is the The Electrical Safety Manual of the U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety . The sources for the levels they use can be traced back to a series of key experiments conduced in the 1950s .
The main set of experiments conducted for electricity levels involved hundreds of men and women subjected to different levels of electricity.
They tested all sorts of levels of current in various ways, including a â€˜gripping’ test where the subject starts off holding a metal probe and AC current was slowly increased until the person could start feeling it, as well as a touch test where the subject repeatedly touched a metal plate as the electricity was increased until they could start feeling it.
What did the researchers find?
First, they found there was a wide range of sensitivities. The least sensitive people couldn’t feel AC electricity until levels three times the most sensitive people!
Also, they found that women were more sensitive then men, which is a fact that is further confirmed in the medical literature on studies about electrosensitivity: more women than men are electrosensitive, and this data shows us exactly why.
Women have a lower threshhold to perceive electrical current than men do. But that doesn’t mean if you are a male that you are not electrosensitive â€” not at all. Many men (and even more women!) all around the world are electrosensitive, and we will get into those numbers next.
This shows us that there are millions of people who are sensitive to even very low levels of current.
In this video I created for you a few years ago, I show you how EMFs impact the human body, even when you are grounded. In fact, to record that video for you, I wasn’t feeling too good. The hotel’s wifi, the electrical cords in the room, and even the cell phone I was filming the video on all took it’s toll on me and I was feeling nauseous with a headache (you can see it in my eyes throughout the video!)
I’m not alone in feeling the effects of electrical fields and other EMFs. In medicine we call feeling sensations during EMF exposure “electrosensitivity” but in truth, whether you feel it or not, your body is being stressed out and accumulating inflammation from these toxic EMF exposures.
Even going with the lowest commonly agreed upon prevalence of perception of symptoms (0.1% of the population, or 7 million people worldwide) this is roughly the same worldwide incidence of many other major illnesses. A quick look through the WHO Global Burden of Disease report shows that this incidence is similar to the incidence of stroke, for example.
It also means that electrosensitivity is more common than congestive heart failure.
It is more common than Parkinson’s disease.
It is more common than breast, lung, prostate and colon cancer combined.
Medical research on electrosensitivity backs this up â€” millions of people are affected by electrohypersensitivty  and in population-based surveys, the prevalence of electrohypersensitivity (EHS) ranges from 1.5% of the population (found in Sweden) up to 13.3% (found in Taiwan) .
Now that you know you are electrosensitive… what can you do?
Here are two great ways to get started in protecting your conductive health:
1. Learn How To Protect Yourself
Electrosensitivity an actual diagnosable and treatable condition.
I don’t know why in the USA we are so late to formally diagnose and treat EHS, but throughout Europe and in Canada, you can get a formal diagnosis and even disability support, including letters from your physician to request employers and schools to accommodate your needs (and your children’s needs) to reduce EMF exposure and safeguard your health.
Physicians can write:
- letters requiring employers to provide you with a hardwired ethernet connection
- recommendations to your employer to have you work in a place that is furthest from the wifi router
- letters to school educators to seat children in the class seat that is furthest from router
- letters to school educators to create a cell phone free classroom, with all cell phones put on airplane mode at the beginning of class
- letter to school educators requesting they allow students intermittent times to go outside and ground to the natural energy of the earth to help offset EHS symptoms
Luckily, you don’t have to wait for your local health care professional to get on board with diagnosing and treating electrosensitivity, because I will be your healthcare advocate and help you.
I am — right this very minute — creating a class to teach you everything you need to know to protect your conductive health and lower your EMF exposures.
In this online class I will walk you through not only what you can do to protect yourself at home, at work, at school and more, but also how to get your own, in person physician comfortable with diagnosing EHS and writing those recommendations listed above on a Rx for you to hand to your employer or you child’s teacher.
It’s absolutely possible to be EHS and safeguard your health, while still living in the modern world.
I walk you through exactly how to do it, starting on day one. I truly believe every single person who joins in this one week course will notice measurable improvements in their health immediately.
I’ll walk you, step by step, through all of your living spaces to making them safer for you and your entire family. Plus I’ll give you tons of encouragement and ways to boost your health, tons free printables and worksheets that you can keep forever, as well as lots of medical literature to validate exactly what you are experiencing and why.
No longer will you be brushed aside and told that your legitimate, valid ability to perceive electrical currents and EMF fields imposed on your body are simply something to ignore. No way.
In this 7 day online class we will go over together:
- Day 1: What is electrosensitivity and how to assess your exposures
- Day 2: Removing the exposures you can remove (I’ll walk you through it!)
- Day 3: Reducing the exposures you can further reduce (let’s do it together!)
- Day 4: Shielding from any remaining exposures: key concepts & actions to take
- Day 5: Grounding to rebalance your conductive health with natural earth EMFs
- Day 6: Boosting your body’s resiliency to mitigate the symptoms you may already be feeling
- Day 7: How to talk to your physician about further in person diagnosing & treatment of EHS
Reserve your spot today and take action to protect your well being (and forward this to your family and loved ones so they can take it with you!) Taking this course with an accountability buddy is a great way to encourage each other and stick with it.
And I’ll be your ultimate accountability partner, walking beside you the entire way:
It absolutely doesn’t have to be overwhelming, I’ll break it down for you into easily actionable steps that will leave you feeling empowered, not scared.
**Please note: this week is the last week to sign up before class starts in June 6th!**
2. Offset Man Made EMFs Indoors with Natural Grounding Outside
The second thing I highly recommend you do, after signing up for my Electrosensitivity Relief Class, is to head outside for at least a few minutes daily to rebalance your conductive health.
It doesn’t have to be for long â€” grounding is as instantaneous as flipping on a light switch. When you turn on a light, the entire room is illuminated â€” and that’s exactly what happens when one cell in your body becomes grounded: your entire body becomes grounded.
While there are cumulative benefits over time to grounding, there is really no time that is too little for grounding, either. I never want you to miss an opportunity to be grounded just because it’s might only be for 30 seconds while you stop at a street crossing, or lean against a tree while you take a break during lunchtime, or when you stop for a second to pull a weed out from a garden bed.
Within seconds your skin surface conductance has changes throughout your entire body and your muscle tension has decreased.
As seconds turn to minutes, your brain and vagal tone have gotten a calming boost from grounding, and you might notice pain decreases and mood lifts.
Over time, as minutes turn to hours, your metabolic processes get a boost and your circulation (which supports every single organ system in your body) is running more smoothly.
Grounding day after day means nighttime sleep is more restorative, stress hormones normalize, inflammation decreases, and health benefits begin to accumulate, often resulting in noticeable health benefits on a large scale.
Grounding daily to reset the conductive health of your body is ESSENTIAL â€” it is not enough simply to remove EMF insults, you must replace those toxic frequencies with the natural healing frequency from the earth.
The Bottom Line:
In a nutshell: electrosensitivity is a well defined, identifiable, treatable, and preventable neurologic disease.
And awesomely, the human body is an incredibly resilient force of nature and we naturally go back to vibrant health when we allow our body to bounce back by giving it time to heal between insults. Often by making a few small changes, you can feel relief — literally overnight.
The basis of life is a natural ability to repair and recover and a natural adaptability as well.
Your body simply needs time and space, away from a constant toxic onslaught, to do so.
This is even more crucial for those of us who are electrosensitive.
I truly hope today’s article helps to reassure you exactly what you are feeling when you notice symptoms of electrosensitivity, to give you a fuller understanding of what is really happening when you are having these symptoms, and tons of solutions to help you feel better than you’ve ever felt.
To your incredibly resilient health!
xoxo, Laura Koniver, MD
A Selection of Medical Studies on Electrosensitivity:
- The Pentagon Already Knows That EMFs Are Impacting Brain Function… Here’s Why (2020)
- Electrohypersensitivity as a Neurologic Disorder: How to Diagnose, Treat, and Prevent It (2020)
- Clinical Guidelines for Diagnosis and Treatment of Electrosensitivity (2020)
- Building Science and Radiofrequency Radiation (2020)
- Oxidative stress in electrohypersensitivity with comprehensive molecular analysis (2018)
- Effects of electromagnetic fields exposure on the antioxidant defense system (2017)
- Electromagnetic field induced biological effects in humans (2015)
- EUROPAEM EMF Guideline 2016 for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of EMF-related health problems and illnesses (2016)
- Electromagnetic hypersensitivity—an increasing challenge to the medical profession (2015)
- The implications of non-linear biological oscillations on human electrophysiology for electrohypersensitivity (EHS) and multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) (2015)
- Functional impairment of electrohypersensitivity (2010)
- The Medical Perspective on Environmental Sensitivities (2007)
 The Electrical Safety Manual of the U.S. National Institute for Occupational Safety
 C. F. Dalziel, â€œThe threshold of perception currents,â€ in Electrical Engineering, vol. 73, no. 7, pp. 625-
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 Belpomme, D.; Irigaray, P. Electrohypersensitivity as a Newly Identified and Characterized Neurologic
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