You may be Electromagnetically HyperSensitive
If you scored Moderate or High, you may already be experiencing issues from exposure to EMF (electromagnetic frequency radiation) from all the technology around us. This can manifest physically, mentally or emotionally.
If you scored Low - this only means that you aren't experiencing Noticeable symptoms from EMF exposure - Yet.
Electromagnetic sensitivity is cumulative and you may go along just fine and then some trigger event can cause everything to break down. EMF exposure may not be the major contributing factor to many illnesses and symptoms, however, it may be the final straw, the triggering event, that finally overwhelms your system's ability to maintain.
That's why we recommend wearing a BioElectric Shield or taking other steps to reduce your exposure.
NOTE; If you haven't already done so, please take our Quiz for more information on your sensitivity types which will be followed up with tips to help ease your life and a recommendation for energy protection
Research shows that only 6% of people are noticeably impacted and can trace symptoms back to this sensitivity. However, it's estimated that up to 30% of people are having issues, but have no idea that the way they are feeling is related to their exposure to EMF, which is constant.
The symptoms listed in this part of our HSP Quiz are also factors in many other conditions, illnesses or syndromes. However, there is still much research that needs to be done on how all these things interact.
- Is EMF a cause of the condition?
- Does it exacerbate an already existing problem?
- Or are many of these symptoms simply an indication of an imbalance in your body or energy field?
Medical researchers are beginning to make more correlations between many of these things, but because exposure is cumulative and our use of WiFi and cell phones has been going on for only a couple of decades, it may be years yet before all the evidence is in.
HSP and Health - How EMF May be Affecting Your Body and Your Mood
Reducing your exposure to WiFI, cell-phones, computers and all forms of EMF created by using electrical (plug-in) and battery-operated electronics is important for your health and well-being.
If You are an HSP or Empath You are Even More Susceptible to Other People's Fear and Negativity. What is hard for a "regular" person to handle can become completely overwhelming for you, even debilitating. You can feel it on a very deep level, often thinking that it's your own fear, which turns into a vicious circle that's harder and harder to get out of. It's Not Your Fault. It's just the way you're wired.
Read More about the effects of the Fear Bombarding You
You are Also Very Possibly Extra Sensitive to Electromagnetic Radiation
Many HSP's are also EMS's, Electromagnetically Sensitive People. Both sensitivities combine to create a sense of overload and overwhelm physically, mentally and emotionally.
It's no wonder that so many HSP's and EMS's have a wide variety of issues, your system just can't possibly deal with all of the stuff coming at you. Read some of our testimonials - I am sure you will find some that you can relate to.
Putting on a Shield for the first time can be such a relief that it's almost as if your whole body sighs. Give the Shield a try. With our guarantee, you have nothing to lose, and a whole new life to gain.
Click Here To read more about the symptoms of EMF Sensitivity
Click Here The BioShield can help with both that and many of your HSP issues as well. We invite you to take our EMF Protection Quiz (It mostly asks questions about your usage of electronics, but does include some HSP questions to give you a generalized HSP score.). At the end of the quiz, you'll receive a recommendation for the product that matches your energy profile.
Click Here If you'd like a free individualized recommendation by using our Photo Analysis process
Click Here for tips on reducing your EMF exposure
The 5 HSP Subtypes
When you take the HSP Quiz, you will learn your level of sensitivity overall as well as for the following six subtypes we have identified. Click here to learn more about each subtype: