Electro-smog is a growing health concern. We cannot see it or feel it, yet it may be compromising our health and wellbeing.
Our world is filled with electricity, electronic gadgets and wireless communication technologies that have an effect on bodies and biological systems.
Our cells communicate electrically. Constant exposure to electromagnetic radiation(EMR) can affect cell communication and weaken body defense systems. Effects vary from person to person. Common problems are insomnia, fatigue and exhaustion, headaches, ringing in the ears, as well as concentration, behavioural and learning difficulties.
EMR effects tend to accumulate over time and generally only prolonged exposure may contribute to a variety of health issues. For this reason, we advocate a preventative/ precautionary approachto keep EMR exposure to a minimum – while enjoying the technological benefits of our world.
Types of electro-smog
Types of electromagnetic disturbances are:
- Magnetic Fields: from overhead or underground power lines, transformers and appliances.
- Electric Fields: from internal wiring as well as power lines, including Dirty Electricity.
- Radio Frequency/ Microwave Radiation: from mobile phone towers, wireless and smart technology, microwave ovens and Smart Meters.
Check for Electrosmog
In most cases, we are able to create relatively electro-smog free areas where you sleep or spend a lot of time, allowing you to rest and recharge. This can be achieved through elimination, substitution and sometimes shielding. There are also products with observably positive effects that are able to transform harmful radiation into biological beneficial radiation.
A check for electro-smog can be included in a Feng Shui consultation. It will give you important knowledge of any potentially dangerous source of EMR and peace of mind.
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