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Hot flashes and night sweats are a common complaint from many of my clients. Most have been told by their doctors that these symptoms are related to hormonal changes during menopause or are just one of the side effects of cancer treatments that they must endure. However, contrary to what you have been told, hot flashes are rarely just hormone driven, and therefore we could be barking up the proverbial wrong tree when we try to remedy them as such..........
He adds that radiation exposure may be contributing to the problem, so it is very important to protect yourself from EMF (Electromagnetic field) exposure as well as radiation from other sources, such as diagnostic testing.
Why Toxins Contribute to Hot Flashes and Night Sweats
These toxins can include, but are not limited to, viral poisons (such as Epstein Barr Virus) heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides, EMFs, and the remnants of prescription drugs.
Like it or not, exposure to health-challenging radiation is part of our lives these days. There is now little doubt that prolonged exposure to high levels of EMFs can affect our health. What researchers are trying to determine is just how severe the cumulative effects of EMFs are on our health.
Numerous studies show that mobile phone radiation causes brain tumors and should be classified as a probable human carcinogen.[i] There has also been an alarming trend over that past fifty years showing rapidly declining fertility rates. Many researchers attribute this in part to lower sperm counts from EMF exposure. EMFs have been linked to everything from eye and ear pain, impaired vision and hearing, and neurological symptoms such as headaches, dizziness, nausea, memory and concentration difficulties, insomnia, depression, and anxiety.
In my quest to create a healthier environment for myself and my loved ones I discovered another potential health risk that had not previously been on my radar: Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs) and radio frequency radiation (RF) electromagnetic energy. Here’s what I have learned.
What are EMFs?
EMFs are invisible Electromagnetic Fields that are produced by electrically-charged objects. Electromagnetic fields are made up of an electric field and a magnetic field that are perpendicular to each other, traveling together in an invisible wave form, and they emit radiation. While many things in the natural world, including your body, produce EMFs, most of these are very low in intensity. It’s the EMFs produced by today’s technological “advances” that are worrying me.
En mi búsqueda por crear un ambiente más saludable para mí y mis seres queridos, descubrí otro posible riesgo para la salud que no había estado previamente, en mi radar: los campos electromagnéticos (CEM) y la energía electromagnética de la radiación de radiofrecuencia (RF). Esto es lo que aprendí:
¿Qué son los EMFs?
Los EMFs son campos electromagnéticos invisibles producidos por objetos cargados eléctricamente. Los campos electromagnéticos se componen de un campo eléctrico y un campo magnético que son perpendiculares entre sí, viajando juntos en una forma de onda invisible, que emiten radiación. Si bien, muchas cosas en el mundo natural, incluso tu cuerpo, producen campos electromagnéticos, la mayoría de estos tienen muy baja intensidad. Son los campos electromagnéticos producidos por los “avances” tecnológicos de hoy, que me preocupan.
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