While most of us clamor to find places where we can take advantage of WiFi hotspots to get online for free, one UK grandmother spent thousands of pounds WiFi-proofing her home using special anti-radiation paint. The woman, 72-year-old Stefanie Russell, claims to suffer from nausea and headaches when exposed to mobile phones and other devices.
These symptoms are suggestive of electro-senstivity, recognized in Canada and Sweden as a medical impairment. Russell took the step of WiFi-proofing her home after suffering from headaches so severe she was forced to stay away from public transport and any places where there are computers.
Four layers of anti-radiation paint were applied to her home in west Sussex, and these have minimized the signals, giving Russell physical comfort and peace of mind.
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This Home's Anti-Radiation Paint Minimizes Wireless Signals
- By: Rahul KalvapalleMay 25, 2015