Electromagnetics and Wellbeing – Making the Connection at Camexpo

Electromagnetics and Wellbeing – Making the Connection at Camexpo

Beneficial Environments are proud to announce that we are demonstrating our range of scientific and effective products, at Camexpo 2016 at Olympia, London from 24-25 September 2016 at stand 1409. This is a most worthwhile event to attend with a wonderful selection of interesting stands in the arena of alternative medicine – please see their website for more information.

Our demonstration & talk will take place at 12:00-12:30 on 24th September titled ‘Making the connection between electromagnetics and wellbeing’ to inform about the lifestyle and health benefits of clearing electrosmog from your home and business.

Electromagnetic pollution can reduce the effectiveness of healing – so it’s extremely beneficial for therapy and treatment environments and patients’ sleeping environments to be electro-pollution free. So most therapists will also find that reducing electro-pollution will increase the effectiveness of their work.

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Visit us at Camexpo (stand 1409)

Beneficial Environment exciting announcements and highlights for CamExpo:
1) The formation of a team of trained and certified surveyors with UK and Ireland coverage.
2) Our new range of meters (especially the Acousticom 2), used by our clients to assess their own electropollution.
3) A free prize draw for an Acousticom 2 Meter worth £150 for
a) tracing the source of your electrosmog
b) making sense of symptoms.

Guy Hudson Electromagnetic Developments

Guy Hudson is an experienced physicist and engineer who is passionate about reducing electrosmog, not least, because he is electrosensitive. Guy was a speaker at the Get Wired 2015 Conference.

Here is one of his presentations.

Guy Hudson Electromagnetic Developments

Guy as CEO of Beneficial Environments is a leading surveyor and designer of low electrosmog environments. He has been trained by, and works with, leading Building Biologists in the UK and Germany. He is actively involved in developing cutting edge solutions that reduce electromagnetic pollution for electrosensitives and the general population who wish to reduce their exposure and risk.

He deals with a wide range of suppliers in Germany, China, US and UK to provide designs based on hard science and innovation for existing and new build environments.