Have you been trying to warn your loved ones that they need to take steps to reduce their EMF and WiFi bombardment and meeting a brick wall of indifference or even complete disbelief?
It’s frustrating to know something to be an issue and find almost everyone around you indifferent or, even worse, absolutely skeptical to the point they think you’re a crackpot. We know because we’ve been running into this same issue for nearly 30 years.
We developed the BioElectric Shield back in 1990 to combat the health and focus issues for people working at that time primarily in the computer industry. The need for the Shield has grown exponentially as personal computers, laptops, tablets, WiFi, cell phones, portable phones and now smart meters and 5G networks have increased to proportions that we couldn’t have even imagined back then.
What was previously an issue for only “computer nerds” is now affecting almost everyone and yet most people don’t have a clue and seem to not want to know.
We all love our cell phones, but is there a downside to using them all the time? Our phones operate at frequencies that most of us can’t even pronounce, much less imagine. The earth vibrates at 7.3 Hz (Hertz or cycles per second).
Our brain vibrates in a frequency range of less than 3.5 Hz when we are in a deep sleep (Delta), normal sleep 4-7 Hz (Theta), relaxed wakefulness – meditation 8-14 Hz (Alpha) or very alert 14-30 Hz (Beta). Some meditators have even experienced Gamma brain waves, with a frequency of between 25-100 Hz. However, these are all very LOW numbers when compared to our cell phones. Continue reading →
Why are HSPs and Empaths Retreating into their Houses?
Agoraphobia and hermitism (my term) are very common among people who are sensitive to energy – this includes both other people’s stress and negativity and electrical energy of all kinds (EMF, RF, EMR). They are simply too impacted to “be in the world” and so they retreat.
Not all avoid going out completely, but many carefully plan how much they can handle in public settings or even with small groups of people. They need quiet, alone time to refresh and regroup. Those who are super sensitive and possibly also sensitive to electromagnetic radiation are actually afraid to go out. Continue reading →
What do Anxiety, Depression, Sleeplessness, Exhaustion, Brain fog have in Common?
If you are battling any or even all of the above issues, you’re not alone. It seems that everyone I talk to these days is complaining about most of these issues. In fact, the actual statistics are alarming.
Studies report that high levels of people have been diagnosed with:
Chronic Sleep issues 18%
Depression 7% in one study, 20-30% in others
Fatigue & exhaustion – various reports put that number between 20-75% of people.
That’s last is a pretty startling number. I also found it worrisome that the statistics given vary so greatly.
You know you’re supposed to make your New Year’s Resolutions now. But think back, how often do you actually stick to those resolutions? Why not?
Are you “Shoulding” on Yourself?
It could be that you are making resolutions that you think you “Should” make, not the ones you truly “Want” to make.
That “should” thing can really get you tangled up because it’s not coming from your heart, it’s coming from a sense of guilt, obligation, fear, wanting to fit in, societal pressure…..you fill in the blanks. Continue reading →
Are you having trouble sleeping soundly all night?
Did you know that exposure to the bright light from your phone and tablet screens can affect your internal body clock – which then affects your sleep? The body has a circadian rhythm that responds to the amount of light you are exposed to. Fifty years ago, we didn’t spend our evenings watching a movie on our laptop or entertaining ourselves with our smartphones. But today, it’s common to catch a movie on your laptop, phone or tablet. The amount of light we were exposed to from a regular TV was much lower than the bright light we receive from our screens. Continue reading →
The Roller Coaster – from happy to depressed, anxious or out-of-sorts in seconds flat!
If you’re an empath or an HSP (Highly Sensitive Person) your emotions can often feel like a rollercoaster. They can also be extremely confusing because sometimes they aren’t even yours.
That sudden mood swing may be an emotion that you’ve “picked up” from someone else; co-workers, neighbors, friends, your kids, your significant other, even the person standing behind you in the grocery store. Continue reading →
Utility companies are replacing electric, gas and water analog meters with Smart Meters. They are part of a Smart Grid, which is a wireless network that will be used in homes, offices and our environment. Smart Meters are being installed across most of the United States. The World Health Organization has classified RF (Radio Frequency), used in wireless communication, as a 2B carcinogen, the same as lead and DDT!
Military studies have shown than pulsed radiation can produce health issues such as memory loss, tinnitus and seizures. Continue reading →
What do Foxes and Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Have in Common?
What Foxes Can Tell us about Electromagnetic Fields
Imagine acres of frozen white, and suddenly a fox diving headlong into a blanket of snow. Hidden under the 3 feet of snow, a field mouse snuggles warm and cozy, safe and protected. Unless the fox is diving using the magnetic compass that all animals use for navigation. It turns out that the red fox is most successful in hunting when using the earth’s magnetic field. Researchers recorded 592 jumps, and found that when the fox used the North-South axis, jumping from the north, they were successful in 3 out6 of 4 jumps! When they pointed in any other direction, they came up with no mouse in their mouth more than 80% of the time.
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 →