Can I be allergic to Wi-Fi?

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  • KarlaKarla
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    Can I be?

    AvatarAnna
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    I don’t know about allergic to Wi-Fi but Wi-fi is made up of energy signals and our body is run on energy and different elements. Some bodies are more sensitive to the energy around them and what other bodies (human or non) emmit. So there are people who might feel dizzy, nausea or get headaches if they are close to a ver strong signal of Wi-Fi or a Cell Tower. There’s very little research on this, so I can’t really say much.

    Valeria MaselliValeria Maselli
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    I don’t think you can 😛

    sofiabenitez2993sofiabenitez2993
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    Science is nowhere near convinced that “WiFi allergies” are legit. But the French legal system is apparently far more credulous: Last week, it ruled that a 39-year-old woman is eligible for nearly $900/month in disability benefits because of her struggles with so-called “electromagnetic hypersensitivity.”

    Avatarmanuelar
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    I don’t think so jaja

    athomasathomas
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    lol it sounds weird!! I don’t think you can..

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