EMFs and health

It’s often advised to eat a healthy diet, take supplements and get plenty of fresh air and exercise. However, if you’re constantly being exposed to EMFs then regardless of other measures taken, your body is always going to be fighting to stay in balance, whether or not you have symptoms.

As we haven't evolved with these human-made frequencies, when we're exposed to them our bodies interpret them as stress signals. When your body senses a threat, it calls up its own special forces designed to fight and protect you, which over time drains you and leaves you open to chronic conditions.

Symptoms of exposure to EMFs can include:

  • Headaches

  • Insomnia

  • Depression

  • Tinnitus

  • Palpitations

These frequencies are also interpreted by our bodies as light. Our pineal gland, for example, is light sensitive. So, when we're exposed to artificial lighting and EMFs it inhibits the pineal gland from producing melatonin which is a very powerful antioxidant (five times as powerful as vitamin C) and of course contributes to sleep quality. As our bodies are designed to rest and recover at night, it's crucial that our home environment is conducive to healthy sleep.

 

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Children and their exposure

From baby monitors, to mobile phones and countless devices and Wi-Fi enabled toys, some children are never free from the exposure of EMFs. Not at home, school or even while they sleep. Children are more susceptible to the damage caused by these frequencies. The radiation from a mobile phone for example will penetrate much further into a child's skull than that of an adult. 

As with everything, children are more vulnerable to EMFs than adults. Their bodies haven't finished growing and developing and as a result need to be protected more than adults.