Bid to beat the electric blues

By Sarah Stacey

Last updated at 8:01 PM on 20th June 2009

Whenever Michelle Berriedale-Johnson, 63, leaves her London home (also her office), she dons a broad-brimmed hat, lined with net, and a diaphanous silvery jacket.

This isn’t just a style statement: her glam garb is made from bobbinet, a fine net incorporating silver threads, to help protect her against electromagnetic radiation (EMR).

Michelle, an old friend and colleague, suffers from electrosensitivity (ES), a condition that Dr Andrew Weil describes as ‘heightened responsiveness to electromagnetic fields and illness resulting from it’.

Principal sources of EMR are mobile phones and masts, Wi-Fi, DECT cordless phones, televisions, computers, wireless headsets and power lines. Michelle dates the onset of symptoms to 1998: ‘I broke the extending aerial off my mobile, but continued to use it – with my head, as I learnt later, acting as the aerial.’



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