How do you protect your loved ones from health harming EMFs?

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  1. ThunderKeys profile image66
    ThunderKeysposted 6 years ago

    How do you protect your loved ones from health harming EMFs?

    Cell phones, wireless, smart meters, all give of radiation that can seriously harm human health? What's the best way to protect against it?

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  2. padmendra profile image46
    padmendraposted 6 years ago

    In now-a-days life style,life without luxuries and electronic gadgets is almost impossible.It has also become a fashion tag for us.At the same time it is also true that we are aware of all the side effects of these gadgets and their impact but the requirement of using them is also what we cannot avoid.
    However we can save our loved  ones by making a limited use of it and advise the same to them.Their has to be a requirement for these gadgets and not a hobby.If we can save them from making it a hobby and explain them in a proper way the disadvantages and the method of prioritization then it would become useful and effective to save them from its effects.

  3. ArtzGirl profile image77
    ArtzGirlposted 6 years ago

    Limit Cell Phone Use.  Realize that EVERY TIME you pick up your phone to call, text, or to view e-mails from your cell phone-- that you are zapping your body with EMF's which have a cumulative effect over your life time.

    Even when you are not using your cell phone, the phone begins to raise the EMF level when it has been Off for a while, trying to beam back to the cell phone tower-- or something like that.  I interviewed a guy who handles high tech surveillance equipment on my radio show- and he's the one that mentioned this.  I don't know all of the particulars about this, but your phone will start scanning and increase its power at certain times when it has not been in use.   For people sleeping beside their cell phone, this can be very hazardous to your health over a period of time.  Just imagine this!

    Smart Meters are being introduced... they are already in a number areas of the country and will be spread throughout in a matter of time.  These have the ability to track people as a surveillance device, as well as zap the heck out of people with EMF's.

    Hey, your comment is only concerned about human health-- but this spans into animals and insects as well.  There are a number of videos out showing the links with Smart Meters and the declining bee population, which is critical for pollination of crops.

  4. ThunderKeys profile image66
    ThunderKeysposted 6 years ago

    Great answers here thank you. I agree education is important.

    And have you heard about "dirty electricity"? Not electricity produced in a so called "environmentally unfriendly" way but electricity that pulses so as to emit life-harming EMFs?

    And you're right about animals: i.e. "dancing cows" but not sure about colony collapse with bees etc.   

    Not only is our human DNA structure a perfect micro-anttena for common sources of EMF (that's millions of tiny antennas in every human being) but the actual wiring of a home or apartment actually picks up and radiates EMFs as well. 

    I'm still not sure about smart meters though, hopefully someone who knows the research will respond. As far as I can tell, as with most other sources of "electrosmog", there are so many practical steps we can take to protect against them.

 
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