Why EMF Sickness is a Big Deal and What You Can Do About It

emf protection jewelryAs cellphone and WiFi use continues to rise in the United States and throughout the world, so does the risk of electromagnetic field (EMF) sickness. EMF sickness (which is also referred to as “EMF sensitivity”) is a relatively new illness that is garnering a lot of serious attention throughout the medical and public health communities.

It has been repeatedly demonstrated that sources of EMF waves such as cellular towers can have 1,000 times higher radio frequency (RF) exposures to homes and schools than whatever existed just a few decades ago.

You may be asking yourself, “What’s the big deal? I use a cellphone and WiFi all the time.” As it turns out, EMF sensitivity is real and a serious concern for millions of people around the world — especially children. A 2010 study, for example, found that children ages 8 through 17 can suffer from headaches, irritation, concentration problems, and other health issues after being exposed to short-term EMF waves. Another study from 2012 found that in general, chronic EMF exposure causes severe physiological stress in cells after one-and-a-half years.

What is more frightening, however, than the effects of EMF sickness is the lack of public awareness and government action.

A recent study has found that, even in 2007 when cellphone and WiFi use was on the rise, existing EMF safety features were inadequate. Moreover, there is little evidence to suggest that the estimated 6 billion cellphone users in the world today (as of 2012) know much of anything about the potential dangers of EMF waves.

Fortunately, there are ways to protect yourself against the proliferation of EMF. We’ve been making EMF protection jewelry  (aka BioShields) since 1990. To find out more about EMF protection jewelry and other products check out our Buyers Guide.

For a recommendation on the best protection for your needs take our EMF Exposure Quiz or send in your photo and info for our free photo analysis.

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