Social Distancing Means We Get to Go Outside to Socialize!
Summer at Home
Most of us thrive on predictability. We have our jobs which used to include showing up at work, usually outside our home. But now, many of us are working from home. And guess what, many of us have children who are NOT going to the summer camp we planned for them. Instead, they are home.
What can we do to make the most of this situation?
We can take them OUTSIDE! Even if you have a day job, is there a way you can schedule being outside with your kids?
Being outside allows you to expand your energy field. When you’re indoors, your energy field shrinks to fit the size of the room, leaving you feeling constricted and contained. Children may feel this even more than adults, and they may act out or become frustrated.
Are you feeling off, just not quite your normal focused self? You may be suffering from a new term we just came up with – Pandemic EMFing Syndrome. Let me explain
We’ve received a number of calls from Shield customers who are experiencing a return of EMF symptoms – headaches, sleep issues, fatigue, anxiety, poor concentration, general malaise (not feeling quite well, but not sick either) and a list of complaints that had resolved when they started wearing their Shields.
Last week we asked if you were EMFing or Just Ungrounded. Being ungrounded can be the same feeling as reacting to EMF for some; it’s not the explanation for everyone. We put our thinking caps on and talked to a few more people and this is what we believe is happening.
Parents and teachers, be alert for any changes in your child’s ability to pay attention, learn and enjoy going to school. If there wasn’t resistance to going to school, but there is now, it may be that your child is sensitive to too much radiation from WiFi and electronic devices. Many schools, worldwide, now have children working on tablets or computers in their classrooms and evidence is piling up showing links with multiple issues and symptoms.
Symptoms Associated with EMF Sensitivity
Anyone, child or adult, who is sensitive to EMF Radiation will show certain symptoms. A new term has emerged over the past several years to define this sensitivity: it’s called EHS, or Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity. Common symptoms include: Continue reading →
Get EMF Radiation Protection from Your iPad Tablet
Did you know that microwave radiation is coming out of that tablet or iPad aimed straight for you if you have no EMF radiation protection? If you’re holding it in your lap, the radiation goes down into the pelvic area. What’s the harm in that? Continue reading →
After years of listening to cellular phone companies assure us that WiFi and cell phone transmission is safe, why did Lloyds of London, a company who will take risks when other insurers won’t exclude EMF injuries? Are they expecting an avalanche of health claims related to EMF?
What Does Lloyd’s of London Know that We don’t know?
How do you fit it all in without losing track of yourself in the shuffle?
As a parent, you have your own schedule and work to worry about, plus making sure your kids get to where they are supposed to be, get their home work done, do well in school, socialize…..it’s a seemingly never-ending list.
Pre-planning can reduce stress and help you ease into the day. It’s easy to be so overwhelmed by it all that it’s hard to focus on what steps to take. Before you know it you are fully embroiled in stress. Here are just a few ideas we hope will help you have a more relaxed school year.
As a parent, you not only have to worry about getting yourself to work during the school year but now have more schedules than ever to juggle and your kids need your help as well. While we certainly don’t have the answers or a magic wand that you can wave and make it all easy and joyous, we do have some ideas that might help make back to school less stressful.
The morning rush to get to school is the first stress. What can you do the night before to be ready or have your child ready to walk out the door?
Going back to school brings excitement as well as anxiety for most children and even more so if they have various sensory needs. The following tips apply to all children and can help you and your children ease back into school
If your child fits into one of these groups, coping skills are even more important: ADD/ADHD, HSP (highly sensitive kids) and kids with SPD, sa href=”/blog/help-for-spd-sensory-processing-disorder/” target=”_blank”>sensory processing disorders, these 5 tips apply to ALL these groups and may be of help to all kids. Continue reading →
WiFi Routers: Convenient or Deadly?
What You Need to Know
Wifi routers are getting stronger. Last May a small group of 60 concerned audience members gathered to hear Camilla Rees, founder of Electromagnetichealth.org, discuss the implications of new, more powerful routers. Who is affected? Anyone who allows the new 5GHz to be used in their homes, businesses, libraries, all public buildings, and local schools. Continue reading →
Many experts now believe that exposure to cell phone use has been linked to significantly more diagnoses of ADHD in children as well as ADD and Autism Spectrum.
We live in an increasingly digital world. Our smartphones serve as our vessel for constant connection to the world; they’ve essentially become an extension of our bodies. Technological advancements have allowed us to communicate in new ways, but have all those gadgets come with an unexpected price? Continue reading →