The current regulatory framework  for wind turbines has not taken into account the potential risk to people with central sensory hypersensitivity. Wind turbine erected today too close to buildings. The current regulatory framework should be revised with an increased safety distance from buildings to prevent or reduce the risk of wind-related morbidity.

Migraine is caused by a genetically  induced central sensory hypersensitivity at risk for central sentitiserng. Migraine prevalence is about 30 percent [10, 11]. In addition there are other causes of cental sentitisering, which means that more than 30 percent of residents in the vicinity of wind turbines could be, to a greater or lesser extent, affected by wind-related besvär.Speciella risk groups include people with migraine or migraine in the family, people over 50 years of age, people with fibromyalgia and those with a tendency to anxiety and depression. [12] Although children and adults with ADHD and autism are at risk and could have their symptoms worsened.

There is thus no question of noise damage in the traditional sense, but an effect of a constant pulsating sound pressure constantly changes the pressure in the inner ear and excites sensory organs there. One can liken it to a pulsating or flickering lights - many are not bothered noticeably while people with sensory hypersensitivity may experience discomfort. Flickering light can be as familiar even trigger epilepsy.Likewise, it triggers constantly pulsating, non-audible infrasound from wind turbines major problems in people with central sensory hypersensitivity. These problems can become chronic, debilitating and lead to anxiety and depression and increase the risk of heart attack.

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