I'm just looking to chat about what it's like to live with EHS.
Essentially, I am curious about EHS. I feel like online reports are a bit sensationalized and want to talk to someone with experience as I might want to write something about it for University. I don't have any concrete plans yet, just interest.
I hope this is appropriate to post here and I would love to hear from you :)
There's sensitive, then there's hypersensitive (which is my case.) I have to use my computer from 40 feet away using wearable binoculars (if I stay even 20 feet away for a just a few minutes, I get pains in several different abdomen areas and my heart. I live in a van because household wiring wears down my health in a more subtle way.
People with EHS will unanimously tell you, it's not sensationalized, it's under-reported. Because:
-People with EHS tend to not want to admit the weakness -- having it affects job searches, etc.
-The cell phone industry is widely thought to suppress information and influence legislators
-It is unseen and unsensed by most people, so they have trouble believing it's a reality
I thought I was the most sensitive person anywhere that I know of, but David having to use his laptop from 40ft makes me think otherwise. The type of laptop might be a factor though. Now I'm really curious to what extent his hypersensitivity really is compared to mines. I have use extreme avoidance techniques to protect myself form numbing, nerve and inflammation pains.
I would offer my personal experience as well if you are interested.