How to Reduce EMF Exposure
Updated: Jan 10, 2020
EMF's are the electromagnetic fields put out by everything from power lines and cell phone towers, to wi-fi, and computers. In this day and age we are constantly surrounded with a barrage of radiation emitting from our devices and traveling through the air. Although many people don't think twice about the safety of this much exposure to electromagnetic radiation, serious health concerns are on the rise.
In fact, other countries are starting to take notice and take action. In Belgium, school officials banned wifi from preschools and daycares over health concerns. A government minister there has also halted the roll-out of 5g stating that "The people of Brussels are not guinea pigs whose health I can sell at a profit." Josh Del Sol Beaulieu
Truth is, we are guinea pigs. The standards of the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) are sorely lacking and have not been updated in many years. The World Health Organization has classified EMF radiation as a possible carcinogen. There have been numerous adverse effects reported by those living near cell phone towers from minor disturbances such as dizziness, trouble sleeping, headaches, and fatigue... to extreme cases of cancer and other disease.
Repeated exposure to this radiation can and does cause DNA damage, which could lead to cancer. Many cases have been reported not only in the United States but around the world as well. A simple study into this topic will leave anyone extremely concerned, especially considering that children are the most vulnerable. According to the International Agency for research on cancer, bone marrow in a child's skull absorbs 10x more radiation than that of an adult.
The rollout of 5g is particularly concerning. Over 200 scientists and health professionals from around the world agree. These towers are being placed everywhere, as they need to be close together to work. It is not recommended to be within 1000 feet of them, which will be impossible considering they are popping up all over the place, even near residential areas and schools.
So what to do? First off, awareness and knowledge is key. Research as much as possible about this subject and get involved in contacting your legislators. Seek out and attend local stop 5g rallies. Spread the word. Most people are completely unaware of the dangers here.
There are other ways to protect yourself and family against EMF exposure as well.
Cell phones/ tablets/ and computers should always be kept away from the body, especially with children. It is helpful to keep these in airplane mode when not in use. Never sleep with your device near your head, and keep it out of the room if at all possible. R2L chips are also helpful, they can be attached to the back of the device to counteract the negative effects. Here is a link to the one our family uses :
Airpods should be avoided at all costs.
Smart meters should be refused if at all possible. Tell your electricity provider that you would like to opt out and stick with your original meter. If you already have a smart meter, or they refuse to allow you to opt out, a shield can be purchased here (if you're super handy, you-tube a DIY on this):
The best option for your home will be to eliminate wi-fi altogether. Find a professional who can hardwire your internet for direct connection. If this is not an option for you, at the very least turn the wifi off at night and purchase Himalayan salt lamps to help balance the negative ions.
You can also protect yourself in general by wearing shungite jewelry. The shungite crystal contains pure carbon inside, which gives it the ability to absorb and neutralize the dangerous frequencies from EMF radiation. This jewelry can be purchased through direct websites. Be sure to research and read reviews before purchasing. Authentic shungite will break easily, and can come in a variety of shades.
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Stay healthy friends!
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