Are You “Unwittingly Affected”?

Are You “Unwittingly” Being Affected By Electromagnetic Radiation?

While we may not be able to sense it with our five senses (sight, sound, smell, taste, touch), we are now being exposed to from thousands to millions of times1 the amount of electromagnetic radiation we would normally get from natural sources (Sun, Earth, Stars etc.).

Worldwide, a rapidly increasing number of people are becoming sensitive to the electromagnetic radiation (EMR) emitted by cell phone towers, cell phones, WiFi, WiMax, TETRA2, Smart Meters, etc. In fact, several European scientists have predicted that by 2017, 50% of the population may be electro-sensitive (ES) 3. The fact of the matter is that thousands of studies show biological effects from broken DNA, and the opening of the blood-brain barrier, to depleted neurotransmitters and hormones.

If you experience any of the following “unexplained” symptoms, you may in fact be unknowingly exhibiting the symptoms of ES yourself:

Headaches  Nausea  Brain Fog  Memory Problems  Fatigue Dizziness  Insomnia Heart Pain/Palpitations  Swollen Lymph  Intestinal Disturbances  Eye Pain  Dry Eyes  Vision Problems Night Sweats  Excessive Thirst Increased Allergies/Sensitivities

If you put a frog in hot boiling water, it will jump out. However, if you put a frog in cold water and slowly heat the water, you can cook the frog because it will not notice the gradual change in temperature. Well, with the ever-increasing amount of ambient electromagnetic radiation in our environments, we might be experiencing the same fate as the frog that does not realize it is being cooked.

As a human being aware of being affected by electromagnetic radiation, I would like to ask you to consider the possibility this technology might adversely be affecting you and others around you and to be more conscious, considerate and compassionate when using your devices around other human beings – especially in buses, trains, airplanes, where this radiation is reflected and increased. Thank you!

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