The Five Main Sources of EMF Exposure - and How You can Protect Yourself

It’s silent, invisible, odourless, tasteless, and unless it’s particularly strong, you won’t feel it either. Those are exactly the reasons why it’s so dangerous – and why many of us don’t particularly pay attention to it. EMF can have some drastic consequences, however, and it’s high time we take a closer look at what it is and what effects it can have on our health.

EMF (electromagnetic frequency) is created by everyday devices we take for granted, devices that we can no longer seem to live without. The truth is that your mobile phones, your refrigerator, your microwave oven – and a whole range of appliances and gadgets – are seriously damaging your health. But how? Here’s all about EMF; the five main sources of EMF exposure, and how you can protect yourself.

What’s EMF?

EMF – electromagnetic frequency – is a kind of radiation that is emitted by gadgets, appliances, and tools that use electricity to run. EMF is dangerous because it can interfere with your natural system. Think about this: have you ever held a mobile phone near a radio just when you received an SMS? Chances are you heard some strange beeping coming from your radio, even before your mobile phone registered the SMS. This is because the radiation from your phone interfered with the radio’s EMF.

EMF is harmful because it has been linked with many diseases and illnesses, such as headaches, insomnia, cancer, and multiple sclerosis – just to name a few.

The five main sources 

There are many sources of EMF, but here are five of the most common ones:
  • Electrical fields
  • Magnetic fields
  • Power lines
  • Metal plumbing
  • Wireless communication
 What you can do

The trick is to lessen the exposure to EMF – either in terms of time, or intensity. You can start in your sleep, as a matter of fact: don’t place your mobile phone on the nightstand near you bed – rather, keep your phone a good distance away. Answer your mobile phone with a headset, this will allow you to keep your mobile phone at a distance. And limit your calls – if possible, send an SMS instead; this limits your exposure to just a few seconds. You can also take advantage of specially-developed EMF protection products, such as shields and different kinds of jeweler.

If you’re still in doubt and think that the danger is not real, or exaggerated, perhaps you should walk around with a Gauss meter some time. It’s a simple device that measures the magnetic fields around you. They’re inexpensive and when you get together with a few friends and share the cost, available for almost nothing. It’s a small investment – you’ll be able to prove it to yourself. Magnetic fields are real, and so are the dangers they pose. Be smart, and avoid exposure. It’s your health we’re talking about, after all; and your health is priceless.
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