Your heart, as an example, beats at 2 cycles per second, or 2 Hz. Cellular energy is now used for protection instead of metabolism. Cell surfaces toughen, keeping nutrients out and waste products in. This, says Dr Carlo, is the likeliest mechanism that makes a contribution to cancer.
Damage happens to proteins on the cell surface, leading to interruption of intercellular communication. When cells can’t communicate with one another, the result’s diminished tissue, organ, and organism function. In the blood-brain barrier, as an example, cells can’t keep deadly chemicals from reaching the brain tissue, which ends up in damage.
These symptoms of electrosensitivity include incapacity to sleep, general malaise, and headaches. “One thing all these conditions have in common is an interruption, to varying degrees, of intercellular communication.