We have all heard of electromagnetic fields. In fact, they’ve existed for a long time, from our grandparents’ generations onwards. Exposure to EMF or electromagnetic fields is not a new thing. But in the past hundred years, our exposure to EMF has grown significantly due to the development of certain technologies and appliances, which include some of the most common objects such as microwave ovens, mobile phones, and the like.
The basics on EMF
There are small currents of electricity which run through any person’s body caused by naturally-occurring chemical reactions related to normal body functioning. For instance, your nerves are able to relay different signals with the use of electrical impulses. In fact, most of your body’s biochemical functions and reactions – from digesting your food to solving a complex mathematical problem – are related to the re-arrangement of particles which are electrically charged.
But if you are exposed to electromagnetic fields, even if they are of low frequency, your body can be influenced in different ways. These low frequency fields can cause electrical currents to go through the body onto the ground. The strength of the electrical current inside your body will often be affected by the strength of exterior magnetic fields, which is where certain biological functions and processes can be affected.
Health concerns over sources of EMF
In recent years, a lot of focus has been spent on determining the overall effect of different sources of EMF on a person’s health. And these sources of electromagnetic fields are extensive, ranging from electrical power lines to television and computer screens, microwave ovens, radars, security-related devices, even mobile phones and cars and a lot more.
The symptoms of high exposure to EMF
Some individuals have already exhibited a variety of symptoms which may be related to a high level of EMF exposure. These symptoms include anxiety and even depression, headaches, fatigue, nausea, and more. There are also concerns regarding exposure to high levels of EMF and the development of cancer and other diseases and conditions. Those who are extra sensitive have also reported symptoms such as a tingling of the skin, a burning sensation, and the emergence of rashes.
What you can do
If you are becoming increasingly concerned about your and your family’s exposure to EMF, you can do something about it. One of the things you can do to enhance your EMF protection is to make use of specially-designed products, particularly those based on the work of Wilhelm Reich, a well-known EMF specialist. These products can work to support your body’s immune system and keep you calm and well-balanced in an ever-changing, stressful, and challenging world.
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