Reducing EMF Radiation with EMF Protection Tips
EMF protection is essential because exposure to EMF radiation affects our bioelectrical systems, which results in a variety of symptoms.
Physical symptoms can include chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, tooth pain (most noticeably at metal fillings), ringing in the ears, unclear vision, leukemia, and inexplicable cancers.
Dermal symptoms can include hair loss, tingling sensations on skin, flushing, and rashes, and premature aging.
Neurological symptoms can include twitching of eyelids, muscle spasms, tremors, heart palpitations, arrhythmias, seizures, and asthmatic reactions. Effects of EMF radiation on the brain can lead to insomnia, depression, stress, headaches, learning disabilities, memory loss, ADD, ADHD, and Alzheimer’s disease.
You’ll benefit tremendously from reading this book about EMF protection, but also realize that many symptoms have multiple causes. That is why you’ll want to investigate some of the other books in the library at IndoorAir.com.
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Table of Contents
Lay-level understanding of electricity
What is electrical radiation?
What causes electrical radiation?
Testing for electrical radiation
Am I exposed in my home?
Are there safe exposure levels?
What are symptoms of exposure?
Financial consequences of electrical radiation
Can the utility company correct this problem?
What can I do to reduce my exposure?
Possible wiring repairs
Transformers and chargers
Small appliances and electronic devices
Bedside electrical devices and cords
Electric heating blankets and pads
Fabrics with electrical charges
Electrical meters and panel boxes
Utility power lines and transformers
Filtering your electricity
Electrical filtration options
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