EMF Health Debate: How to Avoid the Fear

Are EMFs (also known as electromagnetic radiation) dangerous? First-rate scientists can’t agree. Legitimate studies point to opposite findings. And while the controversy rages, our health is at stake. There’s a way to sidestep the debate and solve it for yourself without taking sides at all, and without buying in to fear.

First let’s take a different look.

Behind the EMF research argument is another danger: Fear.  Are our modern conveniences making us sick? Legitimate studies point to opposite findings. It’s always uncomfortable not to have the answer. So we begin to choose sides, close our minds and short-circuit curiosity. But which side do we choose? And what if we’re wrong?

Fear comes in many forms. It’s like watching a tennis match–the arguments bounce back and forth.

What if the EMF health risks are real? Our modern technologies weren’t tested for health consequences before they rapidly became necessities in our everyday lives. In a little over ten years there’s been mounting evidence that cell phone radiation can cause cancer. But the mere possibility of EMF involvement in brain cancer, diabetes, headaches, ADHD or leukemia in our children is chilling.

And if it’s nonsense? We’re also afraid of being gullible. Is this just a ploy to have us buy expensive scam products? It seems to be man’s fate to be collectively afraid of the new, mysterious and unknown. And it makes us angry that anyone would play on our fears for profit.

On the other hand, could we be equally fooled by the other side? If man-made electromagnetic fields are the environmental pollution of the century, so many things would have to change. With our modern penchant for litigation, major companies would go bankrupt as cell phone users search for blame for their every illness. Remember the tobacco companies. Electric car sales would nose-dive. Taxpayers would have to bear the expense of burying power lines, shielding power stations. And what would happen to Wi-Fi until new inventions sprung up?

But then again, who wants to be suspicious? We love our gadgets. Some seem heaven sent. They’re fun, educational and progress at it’s best. We don’t want to believe there’s a danger. Maybe it’s best to wait until it’s proven (and hope for the best.)

Stop! Side-step the debates.

How do you solve this dilemma? Trust your own body, your innate wisdom, and your power of choice. If you have a health issue or are curiousEMF protection is for real, try it like these 3 people did.

  • Patty’s happy and healthy except for constant headaches her doctors can’t solve. She tries EMF protection. No more headaches.
  • John has high blood pressure even with medication. He tries EMF protection and his BP normalizes.
  • Eric thinks new cell phone is causing fatigue. With EMF protection, fatigue is no longer an issue.

Individual vs Scientific Investigation. These 3 aren’t concerned about scientific proofs. Headaches are gone, blood pressure is normal and energy is returned. These field tests are what matters to them. Whether the power of intention, the once highly respected placebo effect, or the efficacy of the new technology, they each experienced relief. Real people found relief from their symptoms.

While most of us have a story about a lifetime smoker who died in a skiing accident at age 94, a more practical stress management strategy is to err on the side of safety.

If you’re concerned about the very possibility of health risks from electromagnetic radiation, try EMF protection with your own body.  Buy from a company that offers a money-back guarantee that allows plenty of time to test the effects for yourself.

Don’t wait for the scientists to agree. Sidestep the debate and avoid the fear. That in itself is a very healthy choice.


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