Electrosmog the invisible danger

There is an invisible danger from cell phone towers, high-voltage lines, but also from many devices in your own home. Electrosmog can lead to considerable health impairments. (Image: pixabay.com, PIX1861)

WLAN, computers, mobile phone networks and also high-voltage lines generate invisible radiation, so-called electrosmog. This electromagnetic radiation from various sources is simply everywhere. Some electric fields also exist in nature, as they can easily be observed during a thunderstorm. The earth is surrounded by a static magnetic field. However, electrosmog has little in common with these natural phenomena. Radiation fields generated by humans differ in both type and frequency. The radiation exposure is all the higher if there are many lines and technical devices in the vicinity. Electrosmog is actually an artificial word composed of "electro", "smoke" and "fog", i.e. smoke and fog. It can be translated as invisible electrical fog. There are electric and magnetic fields, which differ in range and physical properties. They have different effects on people.

What is invisible is nevertheless measurable

Everyone is exposed to electromagnetic radiation every day: at home, at work, in restaurants, on the bus, everywhere. First symptoms can be headaches and fatigue. If other complaints, such as restless sleep, are added, it is time to look for the sources of the radiation. Because it affects cells throughout the body. At worst, it can cause tumors. Many underestimate this danger.

To avoid serious diseases, it is necessary to find the causes and measure the radiation exposure. Simple, commercially available devices are often the source, such as clock radios, baby monitors, smartphones, multiple sockets, infrared heating, cordless phones, WLAN hotspots and routers, or the smart TV. In order to be able to measure the hardly perceptible radiation exposure, special measuring instruments are necessary, as they recommend for example the IBES foundation – life without electrosmog.

They help to detect unrecognized problems and contribute to a better quality of life. Who acquires its own equipment, has at first costs, but unique. The alternative for the measurement would be the assignment of a building biologist, who already requires money for the journey alone. The meter can be used to check newly purchased electrical appliances to see if they emit a lot of radiation. With their own device, anyone can find out in their home which room has the lowest radiation exposure and is therefore most suitable as a bedroom.

What effects do people feel?

The different electromagnetic fields have different physical properties. As a result, each field affects people differently. The effects are far from all known and sufficiently researched. But some points can already be said with certainty today.

The low frequency fields influence the human organism. Sensory, muscle and nerve cells change. Up to a certain threshold, the organism is tolerant to the radiation. Excessive levels above certain thresholds can disrupt bodily functions. High-frequency fields generate heat in the body, which leads to tie damage if they exceed a certain radiation intensity. These findings have led to the fact that there are now limit values for electrosmog.

However, there is still no knowledge of what late effects can occur even if the limit values are observed. Not all people react the same way to the radiation, some are much more sensitive than others and then also have stronger complaints, such as headaches, neurodegenerative diseases, concentration problems, exhaustion, sleep problems, fatigue or even cancer.

How electrosmog affects children, their growth and the development of nerve cells is also not yet sufficiently studied. Especially the long-term effects are not yet researched.

Electrosensitivity – some feel it more strongly

There are people who say that they can really feel the radiation. The phenomenon is called electrosensitivity. People with electrosensitivity react particularly strongly to radiation exposure without necessarily actually perceiving it. In the case of electrohypersensitivity, those affected suffer physically from the radiation fields and it comes to a proper course of disease.

For example, flu-like symptoms can also occur, or there is chronic fatigue and lack of energy. In the beginning, symptoms occur rather rarely. Then, with time, they intensify. Some people do not perceive radiation, but can still suffer from unexplained symptoms. There are information portals that provide comprehensive information about electrosmog and sensitize and educate the population.

Protect against electrosmog – what everyone can do

Electromagnetic fields and equipment in one's own home have a much greater impact on well-being than the mobile phone system located further away. So if you want to reduce your own exposure to radiation, it's best to start at home. The first thing to do is to locate the sources. The following tips will help reduce radiation exposure:

– A headset provides more distance from the source of the radiation. This reduces the exposure. – Prevent data traffic in the background. Many people have data traffic switched on in the background on their smartphone or computer, which constantly checks e-mails or checks whether there are any updates for programs or applications. This should only happen selectively. E-mails can be checked when needed. Search for updates specifically. – Radiation exposure is lower with good reception. So always wait until on the way the reception is good, then the load is lower when surfing, phoning or checking e-mails. – Devices that are not being used at the moment should be switched off. – View power lines at a great distance. When buying or renting a new apartment, the nearest railroad or high-voltage line should be as far away as possible. – Carry out electrical installations professionally, then it only leads to a weak exposure. Professionals plan rest areas. Lay cables on the shortest way. A mains isolation switch can reduce radiation in older buildings.

The BUND (Bund fur Umwelt und Naturschutz Deutschland e.V.) has many more tips.

Especially dangerous in the bedroom

Poor sleep and restless nights can often be traced back to electrosmog in the bedroom. For example, if the smartphone is on the nightstand and there is a Wi-Fi hotspot nearby, high levels of radiation are generated in the bedroom. Often there is also a smart TV or other TV, which even when switched off still cause a high level of radiation. This also applies, for example, to Alexa or other smart household devices that communicate with WLAN or Bluetooth. They all contribute to higher radiation exposure. The reduction of omnipresent radiation is an advantage for everyone. People become more efficient again. Get their vitality back.

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