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What is EMR and why is it a problem?

What is EMR and why is it a problem?

By Dr. Patrick Lovegrove Medically Reviewed by Lindsay Langley, BSN, RN, CHT
Posted Thursday, March 28th, 2019

What is EMR? Cell phones, cordless phones, GPS, all wireless devices, appliances, power lines, smart-meter networks and cell towers generate non-ionizing radiation from magnetic fields. Electro-magnetic radiation (EMR) from cell phones, computers, appliances, power lines, GPS, TVs, E-pass and WiFi damage our DNA. EMR is a form of energy commonly known as “electropollution” and it surrounds us all day every day, from the most known sources like our cell phone, GPS, WiFi, TV, computer & here in Orlando, E-pass, to the lesser recognized like the electrical wiring in our walls, lighting, hair dryers, refrigerator, washer/dryer, air conditioner, keyless car entry, etc. Why is EMR a problem? As the body is a conductor of energy, anything that affects the energy field, affects the body either positively or negatively. Natural energy source like the sun, heal the body. Although the effect of EMR created by technology can potentially be beneficial, it turns out that we have unleashed the unknown and are starting to see the serious problems including: – DNA damage. Univ of Colorado & Univ of Washington research demonstrates single and double strand breaks in DNA from exposure to EMF/EMR from a cellular phone. (Dr Cherry of Lincoln University of New Zealand 2002

y of New Zealand 2002). – Melatonin reduction. Sixteen studies have observed significant EMR associated melatonin reduction in humans. Melatonin is critical in falling asleep & has recently been shown to reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia as well as cancer. -Brain Tumors. Studies are also showing that EMR from phones is associated with brain tumors on the side of the head exposed to the phone. – The American Academy of Pediatrics issued an official warning in 2016 to limit cell phone proximity and use in children.

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