ES-UK

For all people sensitised by electromagnetic fields and radiation.

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Welcome to the ElectroSensitivity UK website. Our aim is to provide unbiased and balanced information to help those who have become sensitive to mobile and cordless phones, their masts, wifi, and a multitude of common everyday electrical appliances.

ES-UK Flyer

If you appreciate the work of ES-UK and wish to promote the charity, please feel free to print off our ES-UK flyer for distribution.

Please take the time to look at the available material on the ES-UK website, and do not hesitate to contact us should you wish to do so.

EMF Awareness Day

EMF Awareness Day 11th June 2018 – Media Release (please click here).

This poster was displayed across the North of England for two weeks.

Radio Awareness Building project conducted in June 2018

Listen to one of the sample interviews here.

49 radio stations across the UK played a selection of interviews to raise awareness about EMF Awareness Day.

Please support our media liaison work and make a donation.

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Electromagnetic Sensitivity and Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity: A Summary by Michael Bevington

“This new edition of the ElectroSenstivity UK Primer is double the size of the original published in 2010, now with over 1800 research references. It includes scientific updates, quantum biology, earthing, and sensitivity in plants and animals, along with disability issues. The colour tables inside the covers show the vast difference between heating and biological limits, demonstrating how exposure guidelines around most of the world are entirely inadequate. Current diagnostic and treatment protocols, a glossary, time-line and shielding examples add practical resources.”
Michael Bevington MA (Oxon.), MEd. Chair of Trustees of ES-UK

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