Everybody has a Faraday cage in their kitchen. Open microwave door. Insert RPI. Close door. Take off tin-foil hat.
The OP is a troll or certifiable.
Electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) or, more properly, idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields (IEI-EMF), is quite common. 3% of people in California (2002), 4% in UK (2007) and 5% in Switzerland (2004) suffer from it, according to some questionnaires.
I think, like the majority, that the symptoms are most likely not caused by EMF but other factors, including nocebo effect. That is not a reason to be impolite when most people probably are guilty of maintaining some wrong causal attributions.
There are also many good answers in this thread. Putting the Pi 2 in an EMF shielding bag or box should work regardless if the cause is EMF or nocebo effect. Blind testing could as well be therapeutic - whatever the results.
Alternative explanations could also prove useful. Maybe the Pi 2, or more probably something else in the setup, is outputting irritating sounds.
Maybe there could be alternative behavioral explanations? If I browse the Web with the Pi 1, my blood pressure rises. With the Pi 2 it stays closer to normal. What could be the cause of that?
Maybe in the OP's case the frequent forced pauses, which come as a feature with the Pi 1, could have a beneficial effect on him. After all, many, if not all, symptoms of EHS could be the result of an overactive sympathetic nervous system. Something constantly interrupting the 'psychic inertia' of getting things done could then be good for some.
Decent posture and body-centered mindfulness are not priorities in the midst of computing. If the Pi's poor performance gives time to withdraw from the screen and eases on the 'psychic pressure', almost inevitably creeping in on computing moments, that could be simulated with the Pi 2: Degrade its performance or make a timer to interrupt what ever you are doing every few minutes - and let your gaze wander off the monitor and give some time for the eyes to relax.