Sensitive to Electro Magnetic Frequencies? It seems a number of readers are in one way or another. Although the topic is frequently dismissed as nonsense (globally there is a lot of money riding on EMFs) there is plenty of anecdotal evidence around which suggests that a percentage of the population are indeed sensitive to EMFs and there are many examples of greatly improved health when the individual is protected from the frequencies.

The telecom industry appears to muddy the water with references to ‘no evidence of response to heating’ statements. Some of those who have carried out research and have helped EMF sensitive people view the heating reference as a red herring. From personal experience I can relate that I was able to sleep through the night for the first time in a few years once I started flicking the bedroom fuse switch at night. It is essential for the immune system that there is little or preferably no night time EMF disturbance. Once your sleep improves your general health starts to look up as well.

If you are generally unwell and have found no solution, reducing EMF exposure is a good place to start, in my opinion.

Some basic steps to reduce exposure:

  • Hard wire your internet access. Get rid of wifi.
  • Use an old fashioned phone with cord. Cordless phones constantly emit EMF. The base is a particular source of disturbance. If you wish to keep your cordless there are more expensive versions available which only seek the signal during calls – not 24/7 as with conventional cordless.
  • Keep cell phone calls to a minimum.
  • Flick fuse switch at night. If this brings improvement, consider purchasing interruption devices which can be installed.


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