What Are the Health Risks of Wireless Technology
Whilst debate continues to rage as to whether or not digital wireless networking technology has a detrimental effect on health or not, it would seem to make sense not to ignore the growing concern that this new environmental pollution could have severe long-term implications for the health of the mechanized world.
Some schools refuse to use wireless technologies, due to the potential health risks involved.
If we try to ignore the debate but accept there is no smoke without fire, it would make sense for us to adopt the ALARA (as low as reasonably achievable) principle. In other words, we all have our busy lives to live and most of us would prefer to ignore this subject. We have a sneaking suspicion however that there has to be something to explain the deterioration in modern-day health and if wireless technology has something to do with it.
Educate Yourself On The Dangers
If you wish to become an expert on this subject, there is much scientific study on our blog. You will find evidence of growing levels of insomnia and poor quality sleep, headaches, migraines, depression, concentration problems, aggression, blood disorders, heart palpitations, skin rashes, and so on. All of which improve, or in some cases disappear when sources of microwave radiation emitted by wireless and other technologies are removed or reduced in the sufferer’s environment.
Dr. George Carlo of the Safe Wireless Initiative believes that the hardening of the cells found in many sufferers is due to the human cell recognizing emissions from wireless radiation as a form of attack. This might explain the complaints found around phone masts such as headaches, skin rashes, nausea, insomnia, and illnesses such as motor neuron disease and leukemia.
Another theory is that the human brain sees the *beam of intensity from mobile phone masts as a form of bright light that causes the body to stop producing melatonin. Melatonin is a hormone that is released during hours of darkness and known to support the immune system. Bearing this in mind, consider a recent governmental intervention in Denmark regarding long-term night work and its connection to breast cancer (also listen to Dr. Klinghardt describe how his cancer patients recovered after shielding from phone masts. Whilst we are only in the early days of this technology, I think we can see enough evidence and connections to warrant a precautionary approach.
Our own evidence discovered during many years of working with our clients has shown that ALARA, particularly when applied at night, supports the high beam/bright light theory. We have seen dramatic improvements in our clients’ health. This is particularly evident when our clients begin to use one of our EMF bed canopies to improve sleeping patterns.
This would also support Carlo’s cellular activity theory.
So then, it would seem to make sense to reduce your exposure until such time as there is any conclusive evidence that this technology is safe, but the first step is to monitor your own environment with an EMF detector.