How EMF Radiation Effects The Body
- Damage DNA
- Contribute To Psychological & Psychiatric Issues
- Dramatically Inhibit A Red Blood Cell’s Ability To Carry Oxygen
- Slow Down Your Metabolism
- Cause Migraines, Brain Fog, Inflammation, And Fatigue
Worse Sleep Quality
Melatonin is the hormone responsible for making you tired and helping you fall asleep. EMF radiation interrupts your sleep pattern by inhibiting your brain’s ability to produce melatonin.
Less Energy & Stamina
Our cells communicate using voltage-gates calcium channels (VGCC). EMF radiation interrupts these channels making it take longer for our cells to communicate and perform normal bodily functions. Making you feel tired, slow, and sluggish.
EMF Radiation & Your Brain
Serotonin and Dopamine are hormones responsible for managing your mood. When EMF radiation interrupts the VGCCs in your brain cells, your body can no longer produce Serotonin and Dopamine at the rate that it normally does, causing all kinds of mood issues.
The Risk To Children
Our skin and skulls act as protective barriers to the outside world around us, protecting us best they can from threats like EMF radiation. The skin and skulls of children are far thinner than that of an adult, putting children at a greater risk to the harms of EMF radiation.
How EMF Radiation Travels From The Cell Tower To Your Body
The Effect Of EMF Radiation On Your Blood.
Your blood is normally very good at carrying oxygen due to it’s natural negative charge. But when red blood cells are exposed to EMF radiation, their charge is changed from negative to positive causing your blood to clot more often and be less efficient at carrying oxygen.