Currently writing a book about a superhuman and he has powers. Two of fact: Teleportation and Positive Electricity Manipulation.
I need to know what health affects would be associated with having these abilities, if there are any?
He his 21 if age is needed to help determine
They're superpowers, so any detriments you think are appropriate for the story.
Depends heavily on the genre and tone of the story.
“She'd become a governess. It was one of the few jobs a known lady could do. And she'd taken to it well. She'd sworn that if she did indeed ever find herself dancing on rooftops with chimney sweeps she'd beat herself to death with her own umbrella.”
The genre is a Young Adult Fantasy Literary Fiction, the tone is quite dark compared to my fantasies for example its focused mainly on how the superhero reacts with the dangers of his abilities.
He can just control electricity through his body and exert the force through only his hands. I have already associated cramps and sharp pains as a result of this power.
I was an avid fan of the NBC show 'Heroes', where one such character Hiro Nakamura had the ability to teleport to different locations without travelling in that direction. In the storyline he had a brain tumour, I was hoping my character would have life-threatening illness or problems because of such ability.
If anybody has any ideas on what health affects could just be caused by teleportating
P.S He has no limit on the distance or frequency of where he can such teleport