Electromagnetic fields (EMF's) are areas of energy that cannot be seen. It is sometimes referred to as radiation. Objects and beings all have an electrical current. EMF's are emitted from natural sources and man-made sources.
Where do they come from?
What are the Health Risks
Exposure to EMF's is not a new phenomenon. EMF's have been around forever, as the Earth has its own Electromagnetic field. However, humans today are being exposed to an unprecedented amount of radiation from man made items and technology. Strong artificial EMF's can impose on the body's biological functions.
Potential health risks include:
Cell membrane deterioration
What can you do?
Limit technology in the house
Turn your cellphone on airplane mode when not in use
Keep your cellphone away from children
Do not sleep with your cell phone
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