In a world that is evolving with technology, with WiFi springing up all over the place, it’s pretty crazy to think someone could be affected by it health wise…
But French woman, Martine Richard, has become the first person to get compensation after she was told she was allergic to WiFi.
She won a court case which has entitled her to €800 every month, for the next three years.
Due to her condition, she has had to quit her job and move to a rural part of the country, where there is no internet or WiFi connections. This is because it gave her dizzy spells, headaches and nausea.
However, science has claimed that being allergic to WiFi does not exist, but believe it or not, many people have claimed to suffer from it.
But Martine is the first woman to be recognised health wise as being allergic.
The World Health Organisation have said:
The majority of studies indicate that EHS individuals cannot detect EMF exposure any more accurately than non-EHS individuals. Well controlled and conducted double-blind studies have shown that symptoms were not correlated with EMF exposure.