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A grandmother has spent thousands of pounds renovating her home to shield it against Wi-Fi signals which she believes threaten her health.
Stefanie Russell has spent £4,000 covering her house in four thick coats of ray-repelling paint and has banned mobile phones and computers from her home.
The pensioner, from Steyning, West Sussex, also uses a special device to detect unwanted signals in her house.
She claims that her sensitivity to the rays are responsible for frequent headaches and bouts of nausea.
Ms Russell believes that the severity of her condition means that she cannot travel on public transport due to the number of portable devices being used.
The 72 year old said: ‘I’ve not been diagnosed by a doctor but my GP surgery is aware of my condition.’
‘Every time I am near Wi-Fi or mobile phone signals I feel ill.’
‘It makes it difficult for me to get around and see people. I don’t touch the internet or email-it’s not safe’.
She added: ‘I’m reassured that I will not have unwanted Wi-Fi guests coming into my home.’
Ms Russell also believes that Wi-Fi signals are threatening children too.
‘Schools could use broadband instead of wi-fi, protecting them from early exposure to radiation.’
‘This is important – exposing them at an early age is essentially cooking our children.’