For many people, the Wi-Fi is very useful. A number of hotels, restaurants, until the park is now providing free Wi-Fi. However, the presence of Wi-Fi in many places in the UK actually makes a woman, Mary Coales (63) concerned.
Mary confessed mouth feel sore when close to the beam Wi-Fi. It was believed to have suffered intolerance syndrome electromagnetic hypersensitivity (electromagnetic hypersensitivity syndrome intolerance / EHS).
Many believe that radiation from Wi-Fi though not too high to cause a headache, fatigue, and nausea to difficulty breathing, and even paralysis. They are also afraid of radiation can cause cancer, autoimmune diseases, and neurological disorders in the long run.
"My whole life has changed. I have to find a way to avoid Wi-Fi and telephone signals. Wi-Fi is everywhere now, so it's hard for me to avoid it. Even more difficult than avoiding people who use mobile phones," said Mary.
A study in 2011 found that the brain activity of male students declined in the area of radiation emitted Wi-Fi.
The results of the study of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine in 2010 also stated that the wifi signal significantly also can interfere with brain activity in young women.
However, electromagnetic hypersensitivity or intolerance syndrome EHS medically unrecognized in the UK. UK Health Protection Agency said there was no scientific evidence linking health problems with electronic equipment, even though a lot of people who feel the impact.
One doctor NHS GP in Somerset, Andrew Tresidder admitted concern EHS is not medically approved. Andrew claimed to have found many patients who complain of symptoms of EHS.
"Sensitivity Electro is a disease that is very real," he said.
According to him, the cells in the body can be sensitive to the types of energy waves, such as sound and light. Therefore, no wonder if the cell body can also sensitive to other types, such as radio waves.
Meanwhile, the Director of Medical Physics at the Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust, Malcolm Sperrin judge there is no evidence on the relationship between cell phone signal, WiFi and disease.
"The level of radiation from them is very low. In many cases, virtually undetectable (radiation). The intensity of the radiation Wi-Fi100.000 times smaller than a microwave oven," he said.
Not only Mary, a musician Ricky Gardiner (66), who had been a guitar player for Iggy Pop and David Bowie in the 70s it was also felt the same way. Ricky believe that illness arises because he often makes use of five computer music.
"It started with a strange warmth in my body. The mid '90s, I felt very unwell, with a heartbeat and breathing problems irregular," Ricky said.
The same thing happened Sue Brown (53). He was forced to resign as a teacher at a prestigious independent school three years ago after the Wi-Fi installed in the school. Brown claimed to have trouble sleeping at night, headache, nausea and sometimes mereasa. Doctors also give painkillers, but to no avail.
"Now, I can not go anywhere, because Wi-Fi is so broad. The symptoms were horrendous, but when I tell it, people look as if I was crazy," said Brown....