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The Painful Side Of Technology
South Africa Created: 4 Jun 2013
While hundreds of millions of people around the world cannot live without their mobile phones, South African Alwyn Lewies simply cannot live with his.
Lewies suffers from electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS), a disorder which prevents the sufferer from being around electromagnetic fields for extended periods of time.
Those who suffer from EHS generally experience severe pain or skin outbreaks when surrounded by electromagnetic fields, which include cellphone signals.
With technology growing by the day, along with its electromagnetic fields, Lewies is forced to seek refuge on the outskirts of Cape Town, where the signals are weaker than in the city itself.
Lewies has been sleeping in his car for the past 13 years in a bid to keep his disorder under control, moving around to where he feels more comfortable whenever needed.
Click through the gallery to see Lewies in his bakkie, the only place which allows him to live a 'normal' life...
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Source: Sylvie/Agnes Ingvarsdottir

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