Do You Need to Protect Your Health?
Electromagnetic fields, better known as EMFs, are silent, invisible to the naked eye, and are impossible to detect except through the use of sophisticated detection equipment. At the same time, an increasing body of research into the health effects of chronic exposure to EMFs is rapidly discovering that these electromagnetic fields are anything but benign. Here’s what you need to know about where EMF emissions come from and just what you can do about protecting yourself from any ill effects these fields may have on your body.
Anything That Carries a Current
Protect your health from EMF exposure in your houseSince EMFs are electromagnetic in nature, almost anything that can carry a current can be a source of electromagnetic radiation. This includes things in your house like the wiring unless it’s specifically shielded to block EMF emissions. It’s not just the wiring in your walls, as it’s also wherever this wiring leads: power outlets, electrical appliances, lamps and other electric light sources, and even extension cords can all be a source of EMF if there’s power flowing to them.
However, otherwise innocuous things in your house can also carry a charge. No one would think that the metal plumbing in your home is contributing to EMF contamination, but the truth is that these water pipes can and do carry current – especially in situations where your power lines are improperly grounded. Any plumbing near an incorrectly grounded power line (a source of EMF in and of itself) can act like an antenna, picking up and transmitting EMFs through your whole house. While you don’t have to worry about the risk of shock or electrocution, as even the most ineptly grounded power line won’t transmit enough electricity to cause harm through metal pipes, electromagnetic radiation does transmit – and that could lead to dangerous health effects.
A Magnetic – and Rotten – Personality
That covers the “E” in EMF, but there’s that “M” there too. Sources
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