5G Radiation Solutions
Electro-magnetic Toxicity is even more
harmful then chemistry!
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To find the solutions first you need to know what is causing the problems!
Electromagnetic Radiation (also known as Electromagnetic Fields or EMF) is the generated byproduct of electricity traveling through electronic devices.
Modern electronic devices, such as laptops, tablets and cell phones, develop a Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) radiation field that is strongest when closest to the source and reduces in intensity when moving away from the source.
Increasing the current within the source will directly increase the strength of the field.
Industry experts recommend that exposure to these fields should be less than 2 to 4 milliGauss (mG), the measurement of ELF radiation. Devices such as laptops can reach up levels of 150 mG when processing and computing. This far beyond accepted levels.
Electromagnetic Radiation can be harmful because it can often change field direction, creating a vibration within the tissues of the body.
What would happen if you would lock yourself inside microwave???
Protecting yourself or your loved ones, from negative influence of electromagnetic radiation and this kind of toxic influence is not easy today!
70% of things we use today are highly toxic, not only from the chemistry stand point of view, but also because they radiate with frequencies, which damage our cells and create health problems.
Nobody in health department is interested in talking about it, as this problem is put into silence in public media.
In 2011, the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) stated that EMFs are “possibly carcinogenic to humans.” The label was established by 30 scientists who evaluated studies on EMFs and cancer.
Studies involving EMFs and cancer are conflicting. For example, according to a 2017 research review, EMFs from wireless devices increase the risk of glioma, a type of brain tumor. But a 2018 study states that there’s no clear association between EMFs and brain tumors.
In a 2015 animal study, exposure to Wi-Fi altered the heart rhythm and blood pressure in rabbits. According to the researchers, this suggests that Wi-Fi affects the heart. But the mechanisms are unclear, and more human studies are needed.
A 2017 animal studyTrusted Source determined that Wi-Fi radiation impairs recognition in rats. According to a different 2017 animal studyTrusted Source, the radiation emitted from Wi-Fi may also contribute to neurodegenerative disease and brain function in rats.
But again, these results don’t imply the same effects in humans. More research is necessary.