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EMF Sensitivity in Environmental Medicine

EMF (Electromagnetic) sensitivity is increasing as 5G rolls out and new cell towers are being built to accommodate the shift in EMFs.  Humans generate their own magnetic field at a much lower strength than what we find in our environment with satellites, cell phones, laptops, microwaves, electronic appliances, electric cars, etc…There are non-thermal (heat) effects on our tissues, organs, and cells.

Dr. Thomas Rau at the Paracelsus clinic in Lustmühle, Switzerland demonstrated that cultures have shown beneficial bacteria grow more slowly in the presence of EMF, allowing for pathogenic bacteria to dominate. This could be a very important factor in healing from tick-borne illness.

Things you can do to reduce EMF:

  1. Turn off Wi-Fi at night
  2. Keep technology out of the bedroom
  3. Don’t install a smart meter at your home
  4. Avoid bluetooth earbuds
  5. Use LED bulbs
  6. Don’t put laptop on your lap
  7. Skip the “smart” products you don’t need
  8. Keep cell phone out of your pockets
  9. Distance furniture from outlets
  10. Unplug anything you are not using
  11. Consider EMF shielding (airestech)

Symptoms of EMF Hypersensitive include:

  1. Insomnia
  2. Headaches
  3. Depression
  4. Fatigue
  5. Dysesthesia
  6. Poor Concentration
  7. Poor Memory and Recall
  8. Dizziness
  9. Irritability
  10. Poor Appetite
  11. Weight Loss
  12. Restlessness
  13. Anxiety
  14. Nausea
  15. Burning & Tingling Skin
  16. Nose Bleeds
  17. Heart Palpitations

There are two types of EMF:

Non-ionizing Radiation – Microwaves, Smart Meters, Computers, WiFi Routers, Cellphones, Bluetooth Devices, Power Lines, MRI’s

Ionizing – Ultraviolet, X-Rays

People with heavy metal toxicity are much more sensitive to EMFs because the metals in them conduct electricity, causing symptoms to worsen. There is no real treatment for EMF sensitivity, other than to remove all devices from your living space and eat a plant-based diet rich in antioxidants.

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