EMR Effects Are Cumulative

What is EMR?

Electromagnetic radiation (EMR) are energy fields that come in many forms, such as radio waves, microwaves, X-rays and gamma rays. While there are arguments that EMR is not harmful because the intensity of the power is low, there are credible studies which shows that prolonged and consistent exposure to electromagnetic radiation can be harmful. 

For the full article of the Bio-initiative report, click here.


Health Risks of EMR

If you are reading this, it's likely that you are exposed to ever increasing doses of EMR daily from electronic and mobile devices. These exposures have cumulative wear and tear effects on our bodies.

Over 1,800 new studies from the Bioinitiative report have shown that non-ionising EMR causes chaos to our cells and DNA. This increase of free radicals and oxidation lead to symptoms of oxidative stress, inflammation and damage to our cell and DNA structures.

We recognize that wireless technology provides conveniences and a lifestyle many have become accustomed to. However, we cannot afford to think that the conveniences and benefits outweighs the risks. Conveniences are creature comforts, whereas our health has long lasting intimate consequences. What is "wealth" without health?

The challenge is to be able to live with our dependence on wireless technologies safely!

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For the full article of the Bio-initiative report, click here.


Source: Electromagnetic Spectrum In My Home


Minimise Exposure to Reduce your Risks

It may be naked to the eye and you may not be conscious of it, but radiation is very real. Early prevention is important to protect your health and the health of your loved ones. Here are some good habits and precautions you can start developing today.

  • Whenever possible avoid using any type of wireless communication devices such as cell phones, cordless phones, and WiFi connections.
  • When purchasing a cell phone purchase one that has a ‘speakerphone’ feature. Use the speakerphone whenever talking and keep the cell phone away from the head and body whenever the phone is on or in standby mode.
  • Use an “air tube” hands-free headset if your cell phone does not have a speakerphone function. Not just any hands-free headset will work. It must be an “air tube” headset.
  • Turn the cell phone off when not in use and do not sleep with a cell phone on or near the bed. The cell phone emits a signal in stand-by mode even when you aren’t talking.
  • Keep the cell phone at least 6-7 inches away from the body at all times. Don’t carry the cell phone close to the body such as in a pocket or on a belt clip.
  • Don’t talk on a cell phone or cordless phone when pregnant or while carrying a baby or small child.
  • Avoid digital enhanced cordless telecommunications, or DECT, technology. This is often the strongest source of radiation in the home. DECT phones emit radiation continuously, not just while the phone is in use.
  • Don’t talk on a cell phone while in a vehicle, on a train, bus, plane, or subway. These enclosed areas trap radiation and consequently exposure becomes higher in these enclosed metal surroundings. They also impede the signal so your cell phone must use more power to maintain the connection.
  • Use wired and corded telephones. Eliminate cordless phones and WiFi equipment in your home and work environments.
  • Use wired Internet connections instead of wireless routers. If you must use a wireless router turn it off at night or when it is not in use.
  • Pay attention to the signal bars on the cell phone display. Don’t use the cell phone when the signal is weak. The weaker the signal the more power required to maintain the connection. Preferably, only use cell phones in open areas.
  • Keep laptops away from the body and don’t operate a laptop while it rests on the lap. Sit back from computer monitors and screens as much as possible.
  • Keep all electronic devices like alarm clocks, radios and cordless phones at least six feet away from your head during sleep.
  • Avoid waterbeds, electric blankets and metal bed frames.
  • Use a gaussmeter to measure the electrical field inside electrically-powered automobiles. Large electrical cables often run directly under the driver’s seat.
  • Encourage use of fiber optic cable in place of wireless networks in your local municipalities.
  • Wear a personal protection device to strengthen your body’s bio-field and increase your resistance to the radiation around you
  • Install intervention technologies and prevention technologies that will “camouflage” or disguise the Information-Carrying Radio Wave from being detected by the body. These should be installed on all electrical and electronic devices, electrical circuits, appliances, cell phones and cordless phones in your home, office and business areas.

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