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Unseen Yet Present: Understanding the Health Effects of EMF/EMR Exposure

Jun 13th 2023

In our modern world, we're constantly surrounded by invisible electromagnetic fields (EMF) and electromagnetic radiation (EMR). These come from a multitude of sources like our smartphones, Wi-Fi routers, microwaves, and power lines 1. But what are the potential health effects of continuous EMF/EMR exposure? Let's delve into the research.

What are EMF and EMR?

EMF is a broad term that includes electric, magnetic, and electromagnetic fields. EMR, on the other hand, is a type of energy released by an electromagnetic field 2. Common sources of EMF/EMR include, but are not limited to, power lines, mobile phones, Wi-Fi devices, and certain medical imaging technologies3.

Potential Health Effects of EMF/EMR Exposure

While the majority of EMF/EMR that we encounter in our daily lives are classified as non-ionizing radiation and considered generally safe, prolonged exposure has raised health concerns. Some scientific studies suggest potential links between long-term exposure to low-level electromagnetic fields and health issues like insomnia, headaches, and anxiety 4, while more serious conditions such as cancer are still under investigation5.

However, it's important to note that these potential health effects are still the subject of ongoing research and debate within the scientific community. The World Health Organization is conducting a formal risk assessment of all studied health outcomes from radiofrequency fields exposure by 2022 6.

Protection Against EMF/EMR

There are ways to reduce your EMF/EMR exposure. This can include distancing yourself from EMF sources, reducing the time spent near EMF sources, and using protective tools like EMF/EMR Stress reducing pendants 7. These devices are designed to help safeguard you from the invisible threat of EMF/EMR exposure.

The Bottom Line

While we navigate through our increasingly digital world, it's important to be aware of EMF/EMR and the potential effects on our health. By understanding the sources of these fields and taking steps to reduce our exposure, we can protect and enhance our wellbeing.

Stay tuned to our blog for more information on how to maintain your health in the digital age.


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  3. World Health Organization. (2021). Electromagnetic fields.
  4. Baliatsas C, Van Kamp I, Lebret E, Rubin GJ. (2012). Idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields (IEI-EMF): A systematic review of identifying criteria. BMC Public Health. 12, 643.
  5. World Health Organization. (2021). Electromagnetic fields and public health.
  6. World Health Organization. (2020). Electromagnetic fields.
  7. (2023). EP2 Plus Stress Reducing Pendant.