Eliminating your exposure to EMFs entirely is, unfortunately, no longer an option for most people. Unless you live completely off the grid, you’re coming into contact with EMFs every day. EMFs (electromagnetic fields) are emitted from devices like smartphones, power lines, cell towers, and WiFi.
These waves of energy are streaming through your home, shopping malls, neighborhood, office, and cars. And although you can’t see them, many people feel the effects of EMFs physically.
So how do you take care of yourself in an environment that’s polluted with EMFs? In this article you’ll learn:
- Where you’re exposed to EMFs on a daily basis
- How EMF exposure is slowly damaging your health
- The best practices to protect yourself from EMF exposure
- How balancing your own energy field is a crucial step in reducing the impact of EMFs
Your Daily Sources Of EMFs
Many people don’t realize how abundant the sources of EMFs are in their environment. Some of the sources of EMFs that you come into contact daily include:
Cell phones are like your portable EMF devices. Most people take their cell phone with them wherever they go. Even worse, many people keep their phones on their body. Whether you’re talking on the phone, listening to music, using your BlueTooth as you drive, or have your navigation going, your phone is emitting EMFs that are bathing your body in these harmful frequencies.
Power lines are constantly emitting EMF radiation, with no Federal standards regulating how much radiation is allowed in residential areas. Look outside your window and you’ll likely be able to see power lines streaming across the landscape.
I used to have an electricity pole in my backyard with power lines going to every house on my block! These poles can also emit EMF into the ground and harm yourself and pets if you sit on the ground.
Smart meters are devices in your home that record your electric energy and gas usage. These meters are constantly collecting and recording information to give you and your electricity supplier regular updates on your usage. These meters are said to be more accurate and provide more information than traditional electric meters — but they also come with a much higher level of EMFs.
WiFi has made surfing the internet a seamless and efficient process. Remember the days of dial up? It seems as though every home, store, and even city has its own WiFi connection these days. The problem is, as WiFi becomes faster, the intensity of the EMF radiation is skyrocketing along with it.
The recent rollout of 5G is truly concerning as the evolution from 4G to 5G has created a significant jump in the concentration of EMFs that you’re being exposed to. Even if your home WiFi is still 4G, the 5G towers that are popping up everywhere are creating dense areas of EMF pollution.
Signs Of EMF Exposure
The symptoms of EMF exposure can vary depending on the intensity of the EMFs, and how your body responds to them. EMFs have been shown to impact every system in your body, most notably your nervous system. The term electrohypersensitivity has been coined to describe the impact of EMFs on people who are particularly sensitive to their effects.
With that being said, you don’t necessarily need to be sensitive to experience the harmful impact of EMFs.
Some of the symptoms associated with EMF exposure include:
- Hormonal imbalance
- Sleep disturbance
- Difficulty concentrating
- Increased blood pressure
- Irregular heartbeat
- Chest pain
- Digestive problems
- Mood changes
- Loss of libido
7 Ways To Reduce Your EMF Exposure
While avoiding EMFs altogether is nearly impossible, there are several ways that you can safely reduce your exposure. The following practices can help to protect you from the harmful impact of EMFs that you deal with on a daily basis. If following all of these guidelines feels like too much work, pick and choose which ones you can easily incorporate into your life and start there.
If you’re like most people, your ability to connect to the internet is a necessary part of life. While there’s absolutely nothing wrong with this, it may be beneficial to look at how much screen time you’re investing in, and whether or not you could cut back here and there.
With the current state of the world, most people’s work requires that they spend hours online in front of their computer. If you can cut back on your recreational screen time that’s an excellent place to start.
Furthermore, there are some simple ways to reduce your WiFi exposure. For instance, turning your WiFi off at night ensures at least eight hours of WiFi- free time. There’s no need for WiFi to be streaming through your home when you sleep. You can also move your WiFi router to a room that you don’t use as much. The further away from the source of EMFs you get, the safer you’ll be.
Some people even opt to use a wired (dial-up) internet connection. Although this may feel a bit archaic, it’s actually a fantastic way to limit your internet use and screen time, while creating boundaries around work.
BlueTooth can be an excellent way to communicate hands-free and connect your devices without wires. However, it is also a significant source of EMFs. If the BlueTooth on your phone is constantly turned on, you’re streaming a hefty dose of EMFs that you don’t need.
Try to make a practice of only enabling BlueTooth when you absolutely need it, and keep it disabled the rest of the time.
Use Battery Power On Your Computer
When your computer is charging it becomes a much more potent source of EMFs than when it’s off its charger. Therefore, try to charge your computer overnight and use battery power while you work.
You can also make a habit of recharging your computer during the day while you run errands, eat lunch, or take breaks. Always charge in a separate room so that you create physical space between yourself and the EMFs coming off your device.
Many people carry cell phones with them all day like an accessory. Cell phones may be the most potent source of EMFs due simply to the fact that we tend to be attached to them at the hip (literally).
To reduce the exposure of EMFs from your cell phone try leaving your phone in a separate room throughout the day. Turn your ringer on high so you can hear it, but keep it away from your body as much as possible.
You can also keep it 3 feet (one meter) from you when you’re not using it. The more distance you have between yourself and your device, the better.
You can also enable airplane mode or turn off bluetooth when you aren’t expecting calls, or if you’re using your phone to listen to music.
Installing a landline is also a great idea if you work from home and take a lot of calls during the day.
Ground Your Body
Grounding your body is one of the best ways to reduce the impact of EMFs. Earthing, the process of sitting or standing on the earth, is a fantastic practice to help your body rid itself of some of the electrical energy produced by EMFs.
When your body makes contact with the earth, the electrons that occur naturally on the surface of the ground can help balance the energy in your body. Research shows that earthing can result in better sleep, less stress, and reduced pain — to name a few.
Make a practice of getting your bare feet on the ground at least once a day for five minutes. It may not seem like a mind shattering concept, but the benefits to your body can be profound.
Swimming in the ocean and taking epsom salt baths are also great ways to ground.
Be Aware of Your Smart Meter
Smart meters are the norm for tracking your electricity use. While some homes still have traditional electric meters, many have turned over to the smart meter technology.
These meters are a potent source of EMFs, send out powerful signals as far as 25 miles, and are often overlooked due to the fact that most people don’t even know what they’re used for.
To determine if your home has a smart meter, contact your energy supplier. If you still have someone coming regularly to check your energy use, then you likely don’t have a smart meter. However, if you are at all unsure — contact the company directly and they will be able to tell you.
If you do have a smart meter and want to revert back to the traditional meter, let your supplier know. It may cost a bit more to have the traditional meter reinstalled but it is definitely worth it.
At the very least, you can get a device that goes over your smart meter that blocks the signal.
And make sure you are not sleeping with your head against a wall that also houses a smart meter. This is a health disaster in the making. Again, the farther away you are from EMF technology the better.
Rebalance Your Energy To Reduce The Impact Of EMFs
The above suggestions are excellent tools to protect yourself from the harmful impact of EMFs. However, these suggestions are really only a starting place. Even if you do everything you possibly can to shore up your home against EMFs, you’re still vulnerable every time you step outside your door.
As mentioned previously, EMF radiation is everywhere in the environment, and EMF technology is continuing to grow with no end in sight.
But there is one way to reduce your EMF exposure that not only combats the effects of harmful radiation, but also enhances the integrity of your own energy field. It’s called the Harmoni Pendant.
The Harmoni Pendant is a piece of functional jewelry designed to reduce the stressful effects of electromagnetic frequencies.
Research shows that wearing a Harmoni Pendant can reduce the stressful bodily effects of harmful EMFs on average by 48%.
What’s more, this powerful pendant has been shown to:
- increase energy levels on average by 530%
- improve heart rate variability (HRV) by on average by 700% (a measure of stress)
- improve circadian rhythms, including your sleep/wake cycles, by an average of 160%.
It works by balancing, optimizing, and strengthening the integrity of your own field of energy around your body, thereby increasing your resistance to imbalances caused by EMFs. Your body communicates in this invisible energy field around your body.
Your brain emits brain waves. Your heart emits a field or wave 10 feet in diameter around your body. EMFs interfere in these waves and other fields and waves that your body uses to communicate.
What makes the Harmoni Pendant truly unique when it comes to combating EMFs is that you can take it with you everywhere you go. Many EMF mitigation devices protect a cell phone or your entire home, but the Harmoni Pendant goes with you everywhere.
If EMFs are everywhere in the environment, you need a tool that can travel with you offering assistance all day every day. Personally, I never leave home without mine. In fact, I never take it off!
With EMF technology rolling out worldwide it’s time for us to take matters into our own hands. Reducing the level of EMFs in your home should be your first step in protecting yourself and your family from the harmful effects of these frequencies.
Things like like dizziness, fatigue, sleep issues, and digestive issues are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the harmful impact that EMFs can have. If you or anyone in your family are experiencing these symptoms it may be a sign that your EMF exposure has increased, and it’s time to make some serious changes in your home.
To manage EMF exposure, here is no better tool than the Harmoni Pendant. This necklace travels with you wherever you go and assists your energy field in combating the negative stressful impact and effects of EMFs.
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