What is electrosmog?
Electrosmog is what we collectively call the harmful effects of electromagnetic fields, which are a by-product of the ever-increasing technological advancement.
Nowadays, there is almost no place on the planet where this phenomenon is not measurable. The wires in our walls only add to this, and the electromagnetic radiation has inconstant but measurable cell biological risks.
A person’s vital organs are over 70% water, and our blood’s haemoglobin contains iron which is magnetic, which means its molecules can be caused to vibrate by means of an outside source.
Increased exposure to electrosmog can be linked to the following health problems.
trouble sleeping, dizziness, frequent nausea, rash, constipation, fatigue, diabetes, insulin resistance, impotence, frigidity, from decrease in fertility to complete infertility, miscarriage, thyroid problems, hormonal problems, myomas, cysts, miscarriage (medicalonline.hu 20180701), loss of focus, depression, panic syndrome, headaches, tinnitus, hearing deficiency, embolism, thrombosis, head melanoma, inflammation, various tumours, decreased productivity, decreased vision, childhood leukaemia, rheumatic inflammations, articular problems, muscular dystrophy, electromagnetic hypersensitivity, cardiovascular problems in extreme cases even heart problems or DNA mutation (webbeteg.hu 20160701 WIFI allergia), decrease in lactation (after giving birth), prolonged rehabilitation period after surgeries and injuries, addiction to alcohol, tobacco and other drugs, epileptic seizures, slowed thinking, sclerosis multiplex, Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia, slowed reflexes
Radiation, an unnoticeable phenomenon for humans and most of wildlife, exists all around us without our clear and immediate knowledge.
As shown, the constant presence of electrosmog has a negative effect on the regular functioning of our bodies, it affects our circadian rhythm, brain activity and hormonal system and it can cause long lasting impairment to our health.
Since we are not safe from this even in our homes, work places, or vehicles, we need protection against radiation just as well as a health-conscious lifestyle and a proper diet in our everyday life.