Timex Group Luxury Division launches the TESLAR Watch, the new wearable wellness, designed to resist the harmful effects of electromagnetic pollution coming from today's technology - cell phones, computers, tablets, Wi-Fi, and others.
WiFi and several other electromagnetic waves that travel freely in the air, were always suspected to bring some health hazards with them. Some people even believe that they might be allergic to WiFi. People who experience such allergies get headaches, dizziness and skin irritation all of a sudden. The blame is on electromagnetic fields to cause hypersensitivity and discomfort. The condition is known as electromagnetic hypersensitivity syndrome or EHS by World Health Organization.
A Silicon-valley engineer turned technology health advocate, Jeromy Johnson discusses our attachment to technology and the health hazards such an addiction may hold.
"Idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields (IEI-EMF) remains a complex and unclear phenomenon, often characterized by the report of various, non-specific physical symptoms (NSPS) when an EMF source is present or perceived by the individual."
- 7 effects have each been repeatedly reported following Wi-Fi & other EMF exposures
- Established Wi-Fi effects, include apoptosis, oxidat. stress testis/sperm dysfunct; Neuropsych; DNA impact; hormone change; Ca2+ rise
- Wi-Fi is thought to act via voltage-gated calcium channel activation
- One claim of no Wi-Fi effects was found to be deeply flawed.
"For the better part of a decade, two diametrically opposed sides—one that claims there is no scientific link between exposure to Wi-Fi signals and illness and another that says people suffer daily because of it—have battled on websites, in newspapers and in scientific journals."
Various reference materials available on a range of topics relating to electromagnetics and possible health effects.