Your digital devices could be draining your energy – 4 easy ways to avoid it.

Jusqu'à 2 femmes sur 3 sont sensibles aux CEM, déclare Ann Gittleman, PhD       Par Melissa Gotthardt et Gina Roberts-Grey  Mise à jour : 22 janvier 2024

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Americans spend an average of 4 hours and 25 minutes daily on their cell phone. And while we rely on our phones to make our lives easier,
experts warn that the electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) they emit can make our day more difficult.

In fact, EMFs trigger fatigue, brain fog, insomnia and more in millions of us, says functional health expert Jill Carnahan, MD.
Just ask Tina Janke, who experienced exhaustion, foggy thoughts, and other exhausting symptoms due to EMF sensitivity.
But a few simple steps helped her overcome this disease and regain her health and vitality.

What are EMFs?

EMFs are electrical and magnetic forces produced by electromagnetic radiation. And while electrical appliances and power lines are well-known sources of high-frequency EMFs, devices such as microwaves, WI-FI routers, cordless phones, and cell phones emit a type of EMFs called EMFs. radio frequency (RF-EMF).

Exposure from phones can be particularly high. A study published in the journal Environmental Research indicates that when cell phones are held close to the head, tissuesabsorb up to 80% of the radiationemitted by the devices.

How EMF Sensitivity Triggers Fatigue

As many as two in three women have some degree of EMF sensitivity, says nutritionist Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, New York Times bestselling author of more than 35 books, including Zapped. This state, marked by fatigue, pain and brain fog, is caused by prolonged exposure to electromagnetic radiation emitted by electronic devices.
And women over 50 are at greater risk. Indeed, findings from the journal Epidemiology suggest that EMFs may worsen the hormonal changes of menopause. But electromagnetic fields drain energy and health in other ways, including:

EMFs impair cellular function

"EMFs not only interfere with the electrical impulses that cells use to communicate, but they also create unstable molecules that damage cells," says Gittleman. Indeed, researchers published in the journal Mutation Research determined that exposure to EMFs caused damage to the DNA of cells.

Another area of concern: chronic exposure to EMFs blocks detoxification cellular. “The waves oscillate at frequencies that communicate with your cells,” says Diana Hoppe, MD, who treats EMF sensitivity.

“Your body recognizes these forces as foreign and defends against them by making the harder and less permeable cell membranes." The result? “Toxins can’t get out and energizing nutrients can’t get in.”

EMFs deplete the thyroid

"The thyroid is extremely sensitive to radiation," notes Gittleman. And putting your cell phone near your ear exposes the thyroid, located in your neck, to EMFs. In fact, one study found that spending more than 2 hours a day talking on a cell phone increased markers of slow thyroid function by 39%.

EMFs sap magnesium levels

EMF from cell phones increases the risk of health-damaging magnesium deficiencies.
How? “EMFs are stressors, and stress depletes the body's mineral stores,” says Carolyn Dean, MD, author of The Magnesium Miracle.
This is a problem since magnesium is essential for the functioning of the HPA axis, a stress regulation system,
as well as the ability of cells to generate energy in the form of 'ATP.

Do you suffer from EMF sensitivity?

Many products claiming to measure EMF levels don't work, says EMF expert Magda Havas, PhD.
And although doctors can perform tests to identify excessive inflammation, low thyroid function, and other problems associated with EMF sensitivity,
these problems may be due to other causes. Fortunately, taking stock of the following symptoms can help you determine if EMF is harming your health:

  • Fatigue
  • Brain fog
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Rashes
  • Muscle pain
  • Nausea
  • Heart palpitations
  • Anxiety Insomnia

How to overcome sensitivity to electromagnetic fields

It is impossible to completely avoid EMF, especially in today's technology-driven society. The good news: Following the steps below can thwart EMF sensitivity and allow you to safely use EMF-emitting devices.

Move your router

Keeping Wi-Fi routers out of your bedroom or simply turning them off at night can significantly reduce EMF exposure during the hours you sleep. This is important, says Dr. Hoppe, because the brain is more sensitive to disturbances in electromagnetic fields at night. And if you charge your cell phone overnight, do it outside your bedroom. The reason: Results from the journal Radiation Protection Dosimetry reveal that EMFs impair the production of melatonin, the hormone that helps the body fall into restful sleep. “This is concerning because the brain rids itself of toxins during sleep, and deficiencies can lead to brain fog,” says Gittleman. “Additionally, melatonin has an antioxidant action that defends cells against damage caused by electromagnetic fields."

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