What are EMFs?

Mar 07, 2023

Electromagnetic Fields, or EMF, is the name given to the force fields. EMF is the electrical and magnetic force fields undetectable to the human eye.

Depending on your thinking, the two short words electromagnetic fields or EMF (or one short abbreviation) indicate something contributing to several awful problems presently afflicting humanity. The only consolation we have left these days are the tools continuously being developed for new and better means of defense against this dreadful power.

EMF examples: Phones, tablet, USB, chargers, laptop, candle

Computers are not the only electronic equipment that emits EMFs. EMFs, sometimes known as electromagnetic fields, have been around for a while, and people can tolerate them well. Unfortunately, we are exposed to far more than our immune systems can manage daily in our modern lives. It's wonderful to know that the solution to all of our issues is as straightforward as a protective device when you consider how this consequence of modern life has led to the rise of odd auto-immune diseases and mental disorders.

Electromagnetic fields are produced by the enormous currents of energy that power society. These fields come from a variety of sources and are practically everywhere. As a result, the human body is continuously exposed to these fields. Unfortunately, this can have several harmful impacts on the human body since electrical exposure can seriously damage the central nervous system and the body's cellular structure.

The electricity that surrounds us, particularly the electric power lines that are a part of daily life, generates these electromagnetic fields. There are ways to lessen the impact EMF has on us, but a better option is to buy one of the current protective gadgets. Utilizing both protective tools and reducing measures is the best course of action. The equipment in your home and workplace emits EMFs. Compared to power lines, common residential appliances produce higher overall EMF exposures. It's because of proximity. Magnetic waves weaken as they spread out from their source.


The fastest-growing contaminant on the globe is EMF pollution! Electromagnetic frequencies are referred to as EMF. 

All electrical and battery-powered devices release electromagnetic frequencies. We have been using technology for years, so why are EMFs now posing a serious health risk?

First, since our grandparents' time, technology has increased dramatically in the typical home and the world.

Second, wireless radiation has increased rapidly in volume. One needs to be aware of two types of frequencies while dealing with EMF pollution: wired and wireless.


In America, they are the frequencies that come out of your outlets. They travel through your walls at 60 hertz.


These are the same frequencies your microwave oven uses to prepare food, and your cell phone uses to receive calls.

Microwave frequencies are not limited by wires and can move through space. Their ability to quickly penetrate human tissues and interfere with cellular activity makes them a distinct sort of wave with special properties. This isn't good! Wireless radiation exposure is strongly associated with cancer, despite studies on EMFs showing negative health effects from exposure to both wired and wireless frequencies.


Electric clocks, circuit breaker boxes, corded phones, computers, televisions, kitchen appliances, refrigerators, electric water heaters, electrical outlets, air conditioners, air purifiers, electric blankets, car batteries, motor wiring, power lines, substations, power towers, and transformer boxes are the main offenders. 


Cell phones, Bluetooth, cell phone towers, satellite dishes, wireless internet routers, GPS tracking, baby intercoms, home security systems, invisible pet fences, airport/military radar, cordless phones, and wireless internet routers are just a few examples of modern technology.


EMFs come in two types:


These are low-level radiation currently believed to be safe for people to be exposed to.

Low- to mid-frequency radiation from natural and manufactured worlds make up non-ionizing EMFs. One example of a naturally occurring non-ionizing EMF is the Earth's magnetic field, which is why a compass needle points north. Since non-ionizing EMFs are not particularly strong, they are not believed to pose a risk to human health. 

Non-ionizing radiation comes in the following forms:

● Extremely low Frequency (ELF)
● Radio Frequencies (R.F.)
● Visual Light
● Microwaves
● Static fields (electric or magnetic fields that do not vary with time) 
● Infrared radiation

Non-ionizing EMF sources include:

● A microwave oven
● Computers
● Smart energy meters for homes
● WiFi (wireless) networks
● Mobile phones
● Bluetooth gadgets
● Electric wires
● MRIs
● Shavers
● Hairdryers
● Electric blankets
● Radios
● Televisions 
● One millimeter-wave apparatus (used in airport security screening)
● Metal detectors (used in airport security screening)


These high-level radiation sources can harm DNA and biological structures with extended exposure.

Ionizing radiation can take the following forms:

● Gamma rays
● Ultraviolet (U.V.)
● X-rays
Ionizing EMF sources include:
● Sunlight
● X-Rays
● Some airport passenger scanners use Gamma Rays
● Airport X-ray cabinets are used to check luggage


The majority of the time, when EMFs are discussed with potential health risks, it's with non-ionic manufactured EMFs, such as those released by electronic devices like computers, phones, and televisions, as opposed to the natural radiation released in the form of ultraviolet (U.V.) light from the sun.

The science underlying how U.V. radiation harms human health at this time is widely recognized. This includes being aware that U.V. radiation can weaken your body's defenses against disease and lead to sunburns, skin cancer, aging, and snow blindness (a corneal sunburn that temporarily impairs eyesight).

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