EMFs, what are they?
EMF stands for Eelectromagnetic Field. Electric and magnetic fields are invisible areas of energy, often referred to as Radiation, that are associated with the use of electrical power and various forms of natural and man-made lighting.
In a 2017 National Institute of Health study regarding EMFs and the amount of technology in our life, they said:
"Electromagnetic fields (EMF) have various chemical effects, including causing deterioration in large molecules in cells and imbalance in ionic equilibrium. Despite being essential for life, oxygen molecules can lead to the generation of hazardous by-products, known as reactive oxygen species (ROS), during biological reactions. These reactive oxygen species can damage cellular components such as proteins, lipids and DNA."
So what does that mean?!?!
According to the NIH Environmental Health Sciences, Currently, scientific evidence has not conclusively linked cell phone use with any adverse human health problems, although scientists admit that more research is needed. It can be pointed out that the use of technology is at an all time high, and so are instances of disease and illness. EMFs are believed to be causing harm at the cellular level.
Also known as Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS) or electrosensitivity, is a condition in which an individual experiences symptoms like headaches, dizziness, unusual heart palpitations, or insomnia, around wireless technologies or electrical devices such as smart meters, cell towers, Wi-Fi, mobile phones, cordless phones, power line magnetic fields, intermediate frequencies, and electric fields from various electronics devices.
We have two ways to mitigate our exposure The first way is to simply limit our exposure. Avoiding sitting directly next to appliances, keeping wifi routers out of common spaces, and sleeping away from our cellphones. Next up is how we support our bodies on a cellular level to assist in the repair of EMF damages. Whole foods are an easy way to get the nutrients we need. Protein, animal fats, nuts, and berries will all help you on. Look for foods high in these nutrients/vitamins/minerals, or consider adding supplements to your diet to help where you may be falling short.
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