Sensitivity to Radiation

I've been in two separate situations in which I've found that my unexplained chronic fatigue was caused by an Internet router. I thought switching off the wi-fi and using only Ethernet would be enough, but I've had to keep the router covered with a metal container. Just some information in case anyone here is experiencing unexplained fatigue. I've heard of autistic people being affected by the electricity running through the walls of their homes. Unverified Internet story, but certainly possible.

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  • HylianHylian Citizen, Mentor
    I have never experienced anything like this. I can use and be around electronics just fine, and aside from previously being able to hear the ringing of them I've never had any affects from them. I do have chronic fatigue, which seems to be due to autoimmune issues and anemia from those issues.
  • AmityAmity Administrator, Citizen
    I've been in two separate situations in which I've found that my unexplained chronic fatigue was caused by an Internet router. I thought switching off the wi-fi and using only Ethernet would be enough, but I've had to keep the router covered with a metal container. Just some information in case anyone here is experiencing unexplained fatigue. I've heard of autistic people being affected by the electricity running through the walls of their homes. Unverified Internet story, but certainly possible.

    I can see how low level sensory triggers impact on Autistics with more sensory sensitivities than repetitive behaviours.

    The ticking clock for noise sensitivity, a light bulb catching the corner of the eye for light sensitivity etc.
    Things no one else would typically notice.

    When I'm ill, have an underlying condition flare up, am emotionally overwhelmed, or anxious etc, my sensitivity levels are quite intense by comparison to the days when I'm not experiencing any of the above. 
    It's in these situations that I run out of spoons and feel fatigued.
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