How EMFs Affect Our Health and Environment?
Our environment plays a very important role in our overall health. In fact, genetic factors alone actually play a very small role in our long-term health. It is our environment and lifestyle choices that have the greatest impact, either positively or negatively. A toxic environment and poor lifestyle choices will trigger the expression of mutated genes, often leading to disease.
We can understand the importance of clean drinking water, food without chemicals or pesticides, cleaning products without harsh chemicals that cause endocrine disruptions, but what about the environmental toxins that are not widely spoken of?
Over the last 20 – 30 years, man-made EMFs have increased tremendously. Although most people cannot see, hear or feel EMFs, they are quite dangerous to our health and are one of the most overlooked environmental toxins today.
The Most Overlooked Environmental Toxin -
How Do EMFs Affect Your Health?
EMFs in the form of wireless technology, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, cell phones, cell towers, personal watches, and devices operate by using radiofrequency radiation (RF-EMF) to transmit the wireless signals. These wireless frequencies have been studied for decades by governments, military, and scientific researchers. The overwhelming consensus is that the long-term and/or high-level exposures to these frequencies lead to severe oxidative stress and can cause mitochondrial and DNA damage.
- Anxiety, Depression, Irritability
- Memory Impairment
- Immune System Impairment
- Insomnia / Sleep Pattern Disturbances
- Tinnitus (ear ringing)
- Dizziness / Nausea
- Hormone Imbalances / Infertility
- Headaches / Migraines
- Chronic Pain
- Cardiovascular Disease / Stroke
- Rapid / Irregular Heart Rate
- Autism / ADHD
- Allergies and Asthma
- Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS)
- Skin Issues / Rashes
- Neurological Disorders
- Frequent Nightly Urination
- Bedwetting (children)
- Systemic Inflammation
Solutions – How Do EMFs Affect Your Health?
- Vitamins A, C, E
- Vitamin D3+K2
- B Vitamins
- Flavonoids from green or black tea
- Indoles from cruciferous vegetables
- Sulfur compounds from garlic
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