Airport scanners and more
Although my cardiologist warned me not to go through the scanners at airports or have prolonged contact with microwave ovens or certain other electronic equipment, I´ve been wondering if there are other devices I might come in contact that might not occur to me as being harmful. Obviously I´m not going into the innards of nuclear reactors or hanging out near high-tension electric generators, but are there machines a person might occasionally, or even rarely, come in contact with that most of us, including doctors, wouldn´t think about? For example, what if a company were to install a large 5G cell tower on the building next door, would I be at risk? Or what if the city decides to run a giant power line through my neighboring property? So many things are getting bigger and more powerful, it seems like this might become more of a concern.
You know you're wired when...
Your favorite poem is Ode to a Cardiac Node.
I'm 35 and got my pacemaker a little over a year ago. It definitely is not a burden to me. In fact, I have more energy (which my husband enjoys), can do more things with my kids and have weight because of having the energy.