The Good Ole Days When Men Were not Sitting at Starbucks zapping their Sperm
Research Study from the BioInitiative 2012 Report Summarizes a Sperm Study
The news from the research front is that sperm are fondly remembering the “good ole days” when young men did NOT sit in Starbucks answering emails on their WiFi enabled laptops or talking on phones that they pull out of their pockets!
Research is not the sexiest topic in the world, but some studies are so important we have to pass them onto you. In a study* that was published in 2012, the authors wanted to find out what effect WiFi-connected laptops could have on healthy sperm? Let’s face it, when you walk into a Starbucks, there are a lot of guys in their 20’s and 30’s in there, drinking lattes, cappuccinos, and espressos, some for hours at a time.
The 29 Guy Study
Twenty-nine healthy guys gave samples which were obtained under 2 different conditions. The first group was exposed to a Wi-Fi connected laptop for 4 hours. The second group was not exposed to the laptop or Wi-Fi.
Did you know blocking EMF increases your concentration and productivity?
Should you be blocking EMF at work and school?
Your productivity and focus can be affected and you wouldn’t normally even suspect where the problem is coming from. At home, you might have felt WiFi radiation effects if your routers are left on all night. EMF and WiFi may be causing your fatigue, concentration issues while using laptops, computers, cell phones or being in a WiFi environment and you actually begin to accept this as normal. It’s not. Your can get back your focus and increase your productivity.
If you have already taken the steps to block EMF at home, you have likely noticed what a difference it can make. But it raises the question: Should you be blocking EMF while you’re at work, too? Continue reading →
One of the most hurtful criticisms so often thrust upon the scientists and researchers who dedicate their life’s work to uncovering the potential dangers and negative health effects of electromagnetic frequency (EMF) radiation is that the results are “inconsistent.” Continue reading →
Believe it or not, there is still a remote part of the U.S. where no electromagnetic frequencies roam. In fact, it’s prohibited by law. Yes, Virginia, there is a world without EMF, well at least a city. Continue reading →
Weather and The State of the World can have a Negative Impact on You – leaving you tired, headachy and out-of sorts.
Many people have told us that they think they may be affected by the current political climate or other events around the world are affecting their nervous systems causing them to feel fearful and anxious, irritable, foggy brained, or even tired and depressed. You don’t need to be and HSP (Highly Sensitive Person or Empath) to feel some of the effects, especially when things are intense, we are all made up of energy and are affected in many subtle ways by what’s around us. Continue reading →
There’s good reason to be concerned about the levels of electromagnetic field radiation, or EMF, happening in the world today. Wireless phones, which are ubiquitous throughout modern society, emit radiation 24 hours a day, even when they’re not in use. The bioeffects associated with cell and cordless phone radiation can begin to occur within minutes of your exposure. There are ways you can block EMF and improve your health and well-being. Continue reading →
When parents think about the common dangers of the internet age, they think about things like identity theft, child predators, or pornography. But there are hidden dangers lurking all around us as well, most corporations would prefer we ignored the dangers of EMF. Continue reading →
How much influence do cell phone and wireless companies have on the government EMF safety rules? A frightening amount, according to a recent guest post in Waking Times from Dr. Gary Null, PhD. Continue reading →
You’ve likely heard about the potential dangers of electromagnetic field radiation or EMF. But do you really understand your personal risks? Take our EMF Quiz to determine your level of exposure – and how best to protect yourself. Continue reading →