NIH study, Elmas (2016), warns:
…electronic devices generating EMFs should be approached with caution.
Journal of Microscopy - Kivrak (2017)
[EMF]… eventually leading to various diseases, including sleep disorder, arthrosclerosis, loss of appetite, diabetes, dizziness, rheumatoid arthritis, cardiovascular disease, nausea and stroke.
WHO lists some EMF symptoms
…symptoms (redness, tingling, and burning sensations) as well as neurasthenic and vegetative symptoms (fatigue, tiredness, concentration difficulties, dizziness, nausea, heart palpitation, and digestive disturbances). [Cancer, lymphoma, etc, should also be listed.]
WHO INSTRUCTS PHYSICIANS TO IGNORE EMF
Physicians: Treatment of affected individuals should focus on the health symptoms and the clinical picture, and not on the person's perceived need for reducing or eliminating EMF in the workplace or home.
"Treatment" means avoidance of environmental causation such as EMF. It can include an evaluation which includes anesthesia, MRI and analysis of insomnia cause. Cause can be asserted as "dysfunctional sleep center mechanisms". Dangerous pharmaceuticals can be prescribed. If the patient mentions "EMF", they can be recorded as a psychological case.
YOUR OWN PROOF THAT EMF IS A HEALTH FACTOR
If you don't trust studies, then do your own proof. If you suffer insomnia or nervousness (first symptoms), then unplug (not turn off) all EMF devices before sleeping. If possible, turn off house breaker switches. Calm and sleep should improve greatly -- unless there remains an unknown EMF source or if you are on drugs (any drug, caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, etc). If concerned about the breaker switch being off, e.g, concerned about the refrigerator losing its cool, then keep a pot of water in the freezer as a BTU buffer.
EMF = Electromagnetic Fields (WiFi, AM, FM, power cables, dimmer switches, power cables, fluorescent lights, transformers for LED lights, etc)
NIH = National Institutes of Health
WHO = World Health Organization
Elmas (2016) www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24021427
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