Electrical hypersensitivity follow up…

Dear Editor,

Thank you so much for covering the story of electrohypersensitivity [July 30, Vol. 12, Issue 28].

As a follow up to the happenings of it in my life, the new meter; a non-two way communicating I-tron meter was put in but I’m still feeling pressure in my inner ears, and getting headaches after being in the house a while.

Hopefully it will be possible to exchange this alternative meter with the one that we have before all this started happening; a non-electric analog meter.

If you think you may be experiencing electrohypersensitivity please contact [email protected]

Much appreciation,

Krista Hess-Mills

Oldtown, ID

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