Your Favorite Electronics Emit EMF Radiation. Here’s What That Means for You.
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EMFs or electromagnetic fields are all around you.
They occur in nature through static electricity, the Earth’s magnetic field, and other environmental phenomena.¹
But they also occur because of man-made products like your cell phone, laptop, and other electronic devices.¹
Wherever EMFs occur, so does electromagnetic radiation.
And with multiple electronics in every household, the amount of EMF radiation you’re exposed to is higher than ever before. The question is not, are you being exposed to radiation?
The question is, how much?
Here’s a look at what EMF radiation is, the potential risks, and an amazing way to reduce your EMF exposure.
What Is EMF?
Electromagnetic fields occur anywhere that electricity is present and flowing through the environment.
Thunderstorms create EMFs, and the magnetic force that makes your compass point north is also the result of EMFs.¹
These naturally occurring fields aren’t generally a cause for concern.
The reason EMFs have become a concern in the past few decades is the dozens of new, man-made technologies that emit EMF radiation.
Everything from wall outlets to your desk lamp to your microwave and cell phone gives off EMF radiation.¹
How Much EMF Radiation Do Your Electronics Emit?
Some of your electronics are relatively safe and let off very little radiation.
Examples of electronics with extremely low-frequency fields include most electrical appliances,¹ like your lamp, toaster, and oven.
The next step up from extremely low-frequency fields is intermediate frequency fields.
Electronics that emit intermediate frequency fields include computer screens, anti-theft devices, and security systems.¹
Of your common household electronics, the worst offenders give off radiofrequency, or RF, fields. RF fields contain higher levels of EMF radiation.
Man-made devices that emit RF fields include radios, TVs, cell phones, and microwave ovens.¹
Many of the electronics that emit intermediate frequency and radiofrequency EMFs were only invented in the past few decades, so this is the first time in history that people have been exposed to this level of EMF radiation.
Scientists still don’t fully understand how this much EMF exposure affects human health, but emerging research paints a worrying picture.
What Are the Risks of EMF Exposure?
The World Health Organization classifies EMF radiation as a Group 2B carcinogen,² meaning it may contribute to cancer in humans.
And a recent Bioinitiative Report concluded that there is a “reasonable suspicion of risk” that EMF exposure could damage genetic material and lead to brain tumors, miscarriages, allergic reactions, and inflammatory responses.³
EMF exposure may also affect the immune system and the cardiovascular system.³
Many people report experiencing headaches, anxiety, fatigue, muscle pain, nausea, and short-term memory loss when exposed to EMFs.⁴
It’s been more than 20 years since researchers studied the connection between EMFs and headaches.⁴
Since EMF exposure was much lower at that time, researchers don’t fully understand the relationship between today’s higher levels of EMFs and headaches.
But headaches are one of the most common symptoms that people report.
How Can You Reduce Your EMF Exposure?
Because EMFs are all around, you can’t avoid them altogether, but you can reduce your exposure.
The best place to start is with the devices you use every day.
If you want to be a part of modern society, then giving up your cell phone and Wi-Fi isn’t an option.
Instead, reduce the frequency of the EMFs that your favorite electronics emit by using a smartDOT.
The smartDOT uses independently tested technology to help you get relief from electromagnetic stress. It’s an ingenious device that retunes the EMF frequency of your electronics to reduce your exposure.
To use smartDOT, all you have to do is slip it into your cellphone case or attach it to your laptop or Wi-Fi router. After that, smartDOT will go to work, reducing your EMF risk.
How Does smartDOT Work?
smartDOT is a magnetic disc, similar to the magnetic strip on your credit card.
It’s programmed with a coherent, naturally occurring frequency, which interacts with EMF radiation.
It harmonizes the EMF frequency that your device gives off, transforming it into a lower frequency that’s less harmful to the human body.
Place a smartDOT on every device in your home that contributes to your EMF exposure.
You don’t need to place it in a specific location on your device for it to work, and smartDOT never loses its effectiveness. We do recommend placing it on the back of your cell phone in the center.
It’ll keep harmonizing your device for as long as you have it.
smartDOT Is a Smart Way to Reduce Your EMF Exposure
If you’re ready to support yourself and your family from the EMF radiation being emitted by your electronic devices, get smartDOT.
This amazing device can help you reduce your exposure and experience relief from the potential symptoms of electromagnetic hypersensitivity.
Feel calmer, more focused, and energized. But most importantly, feel confident that you’ve taken steps to protect yourself and the ones you love.
smartDOT offers a 90-day money-back guarantee. If you don’t feel the difference, you can return it at no risk to you. And right now, you can get smartDOT at a special price.
So the only thing you have to lose is part of the potentially harmful radiation you’re exposed to every day.
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