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Turbine related illness  

Author:  | Health, Ireland, Noise

To one and all,

My name is Yvonne Sheehan and I moved to Rock Chapel Co Cork Ireland 3-1/2 years ago. No planning of turbines in sight. Now I have to put up with 11 massive ones and am going through hell. My symptoms are as follows:

Headaches all the time, whooshing sound and pain in my ears and all down my jaw, nausea, dizziness, vertigo, tingling of the fingers, pain in muscles and joints, loss of concentration, tiredness due to lack of sleep, short tempered, depressed, constantly bumping into things (part of the dizziness), dropping things, burping. Blurred vision (new glasses have not solved the problem). My grandson who lives with me is suffering also – he now has a whooshing in the ears, blurred eye sight and lack of concentration. I have tried just about everyone I can think of and am now monitoring the noise myself as the council say there is no limit to the amount of noise they can make and low frequency noise my life is unbearable and my peace and quiet shattered. Does anyone out there know of a doctor who is willing to listen and to take action for and on my behalf I am desperate.

Many thanks for reading my story.

Yvonne Sheehan

See Ms. Sheehan’s January 2008 diary here at National Wind Watch.

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