Guide to Wind Turbine Syndrome by Calvin Luther Martin, Ph.D.

The Symptoms

• sleep disturbance

• headache

• tinnitus (pronounced “tin-uh-tus”: ringing or buzzing in the ears)

• ear pressure

• dizziness (a general term that includes vertigo, lighthead- edness, sensation of almost fainting, etc.)

• vertigo (clinically, vertigo refers to the sensation of spin- ning, or the room moving)

• nausea • visual blurring • tachycardia (rapid heart rate) • irritability • problems with concentration and memory

• panic episodes associated with sensations of internal pul- sation or quivering, which arise while awake or asleep

(To read complete Guide in pdf format, Guide to wind turbine syndrome)

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