The evidence of harm to human health from wireless technologies like smart meters is already rolling in from California, New York and around the world. Healthy people are getting sick. But who is taking notice? Read their stories.

Skeptics claim that subjective symptoms are inconclusive. But if you stop and listen to the shocking stories of thousands of people around the US and compare it with the same symptoms found by physicians in Europe in the Freiburger Appeal, the pattern is undeniable. Either the US is experiencing a spontaneous mass hysteria concentrated in areas where smart meters are being installed, or something is dreadfully wrong. Science that is focused on the impacts from wireless technologies link the symptoms of Microwave Sickness and Electrical Hypersensitivity (EHS) to microwave transmitters like smart meters. This science suggests that 3% of the residents exposed to smart meter technologies may experience severe symptoms and as much as 30% of the population may notice some symptoms (Havas). Most will dismiss these symptoms, explaining them away to modern stress – financial pressures, relationships, job-related stress, pace of society, deadlines, kids, etc. However, if you experience these symptoms, check the date of an installation of a smart meter, or other new wireless device and the connection is eerie.

Health changes predicted by the science from exposures to wireless technologies like smart meters:

  • headaches
  • sleep issues
  • heart arrhythmias
  • concentration
  • memory
  • fuzzy thinking
  • gastric disturbances
  • loss of libido

Children –

  • behavior issues
  • concentration/ attention issues
  • organizational issues
  • unexplained pain in muscles/ joints
  • menstruation issues
  • menopause issues
  • joint/ muscle pain
  • inflammation
  • increase blood sugar
  • increase cholesterol (triglycerides)
  • increase in blood pressure
  • weight changes


  • asthma
  • allergies
  • endurance issues

Stories of Health Effects from Smart Meters

Here is a sampling of sudden changes in health that correlates with installation of smart meters.