How to Avoid EMF Headaches and Other Symptoms

Do you have frequent headaches and nausea that you just can’t seem to get rid of or explain? You’re in good physical health, your annual checkups don’t show any cause for concern, so there are likely larger forces at work than just a lack of a proper diet or exercise.

Ask yourself this: do you live anywhere near power lines or a magnetic field? If so, you might be experiencing low levels of EMF, or Electric and Magnetic Field radiation. When your home is built close enough to a magnetic field, it could be a reason for any strange “sickness” that you’re feeling.


Our Bodies Have Their Own Electrical Current

Yep, you read that right! We produce our own current, and the explanation for this goes all the way back to Biology. The foods we consume contain charged elements such as magnesium, potassium, and sodium, which are also referred to as ions. If you remember, the cell membrane determines what goes in and out of the actual cell, and ions have control over our nervous system’s ability to function properly as well.


You've probably had a fever at one point or another, and you know that cranking up the heat in your body by just a few degrees can dramatically change the way you feel physically. Well, if the naturally occurring ions that exist within your cells are muddled up because of their interaction with signals from a magnetic field, it's the same general idea.


As human beings we are both durable and resilient, but when things in our environment change, it also affects the way we operate from the inside. The strength of a magnetic field is obviously quite a bit stronger than the electricity that exists inside of us, considering that they can stretch for miles. When our bodies react to the change in current, we begin to experience things like nausea and headaches.


Are There Long-Term Health Consequences?

Electrical currents don’t all run the same way, and the different kinds that you’re exposed to will determine whether or not you have any issues in the future. Magnetic fields produce low-frequency signals, which are strong enough to cause mystery symptoms so imagine the cell damage that occurs.


Simple household appliances like your microwave give off low-frequency radiation signals, which is why there is some concern about whether or not people should be nearby when using them. There is a definite recommendation that we should stand at least 2 feet away when the appliance is active and about 5 feet away for pregnant women.


Your Cell Phone is as Harmful as EMFs

The concern of EMF exposure has grown over the years as we increase our proximity to things like cell phones, computers, and GPS operable devices.

What we do know is that there is a MAJOR link between our exposure to magnetic fields and illness. These EMFs contribute to Electrical Hypersensitivity, also known as EHS. Basically, most of the world is walking around sick because of their exposure to commonly used devices like cell phones — we are in dire need to reduce our exposure.

According to the World Health Organization, “EHS is characterized by a variety of non-specific symptoms, which afflicted individuals attribute to exposure to EMF. The symptoms most commonly experienced include dermatological symptoms (redness, tingling, and burning sensations) as well as neurasthenic and vegetative symptoms (fatigue, tiredness, concentration difficulties, dizziness, nausea, heart palpitation, and digestive disturbances). The collection of symptoms is not part of any recognized syndrome.”

That’s a fairly long list of symptoms if you ask me.

It's a good idea to limit your exposure as much as possible until there is more information available to us. The connection between EMFs and illness exists, so what will you do about your exposure?

My biggest suggestion is to limit the unnecessary amount of time you spend on your cell phone and social media.

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Dr. James Leonette