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EMF related health problems and illnesses

EUROPAEM EMF Guideline 2016 for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of EMF related health problems and illnesses

We are often asked why we say that reducing exposure to sources of RF and EMFs is important, especially as industry and governments say that they are safe.

We attach here evidence for restrictive guidelines written by international experts in the field of EMF research, to add to what we already have seen in the BioInitiative report.

The following is taken from the peer-reviewed and fully published paper (attached):-

EUROPAEM EMF Guideline 2016 for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of EMF-related health problems and illnesses

Common EMF sources include Wi-Fi access points, routers and clients, cordless and mobile phones including their base stations, Bluetooth devices, ELF magnetic fields from net currents, ELF electric fields from electric lamps and wiring close to the bed and office desk. There is strong evidence that long term exposure to certain EMF exposures is a risk factor for diseases such as certain cancers, Alzheimer’s disease and male infertility. Also electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS) is more and more recognized by health authorities, disability administrators and case workers, politicians, as well as courts of law.

The primary method of treatment should mainly focus on the prevention or reduction of EMF exposure, that is, reducing or eliminating all sources of EMF at home and in the workplace. The reduction of EMF exposure should also be extended to public spaces such as schools, hospitals, public transport, and libraries to enable people with EHS to have access without discrimination.

Also the survival rate of children and adults with immune system disorders, and cancer depends on low ELF magnetic field exposure at home. Children with EMF exposure at home and at school have learning and behavioural problems.

 

EMF related health problems and illnesses

EMF related health problems and illnesses

Electrosensitivity & Electrohypersensitivity Studies

If anyone is wondering if there is scientific evidence of the health effects of electromagnetic fields please download and read this paper (Electrosensitivity UK, March 2018) on Electrosensitivity & Electrohypersensitivity Studies.

It is also useful to send to anyone who questions the link between electromagnetism and the health of biological systems. It is a very useful reference of 2,000 Electrosensitivity & Electrohypersensitivity Studies.

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RadAware Meter

In this video Guy Hudson talks about the RadAware Meter.

Our new personal microwave exposure alarm.

Get an early warning of when you are being exposed (you will be surprised how often you are!)

It is thousands of times more sensitive than other microwave RF alarms on the market and detects over more than twice the frequency range, including those currently planned for 5G.

At its most sensitive it can detect peak exposures less than 0.01 V/m (0.25 µW/m^2)

Three LED alarm-level light indicators plus

Alarm sounds indicate six different alarm levels that increase in the ratio of:

x1  x1.5;      x2.5  x4;     x6  x10-fold

The RadAware meter is available here

Electromagnetic Fields and Health

Two hundred and thirty four scientists from 41 nations have signed the International EMF Scientist Appeal.
All have published peer-reviewed research on Electromagnetic Fields and Health or Biology.

The International EMF Scientist Appeal serves as a credible and influential voice from EMF scientists who are urgently calling upon the United Nations and its sub-organizations, the WHO and UNEP, and all U.N. Member States, for greater health protection on EMF exposure.

The appeal was developed by a committee of the following scientists:

Martin Blank, Ph.D., Columbia University, USA

Magda Havas, Ph.D., Trent University, Canada

Elizabeth Kelley, MA, Director, EMFscientist.org

Henry Lai, Ph.D., University of Washington, USA

Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, USA

Twenty-one of the 234 scientists have provided quotes which can be viewed here.

Dr George Carlo

Dr George Carlo is a speaker at a special screening of Generation Zapped in East Sussex.

Generation Zapped is a new documentary about the health risks of wireless technology.

A screening of this documentary and a workshop conference has been organised in the UK.

CONFERENCE & SCREENING

Date: Friday, 6th October 2017
Time: 10am – 5pm
Tickets include buffet lunch and refreshments: £50
https://billetto.co.uk/e/generation-zapped-screeningwith-dr-george-carlo-tickets-219394/select
Location: Dale Hill Hotel & Conference Centre, Ticehurst, TN5 7DQ (close to A21, Flimwell Lights)
RSVP/QUERIES: Sarah Dacre zapped.igen@gmail.com

BONUS SCREENING

Date: Thursday, 5th October 2017
Time: 6pm – 7.30pm
Donations to cover costs will be appreciated. 

“GENERATION ZAPPED investigates the potential dangers of prolonged exposure to Radio Frequencies (RF) from wireless technology; its effects on our health and well-being, as well as the health and development of our children. From its links to breast and brain cancer, to its associations with increased infertility and genetic mutations related to autism and ADHD, to newly developed illnesses, such as Electrical Hyper-Sensitivity (EHS).”

A new film produced in the USA and lasts 70 minutes.

Dr George Carlo is a public health scientist, epidemiologist, lawyer, and the founder of the Science and Public Policy Institute. Dr George Carlo headed a $28.5 million research program funded by the cell phone industry from 1993 to 1999. He has appeared on 20/20, 60 Minutes, World News Tonight, CBS News with Dan Rather and The Today’s Show, as well as on CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC.

He is the former head of Cellular Telephone Industry Association (CTIA) with a budget of $25million established concerns about cell phone use.  Author of Cell Phones: Hidden Hazards in the Wireless Age, available on Amazon.

Dr George Carlo Generation Zapped

Dr George Carlo Generation Zapped

Guy Hudson & Beneficial Environments have a stand at the screening and conference.

Guy can advise you on how to protect yourself from everyday electrosmog.

Please drop by and say hello!

About Guy Hudson BSc MInstP

Guy is a physicist, engineer, EMF Audit & Surveying Professional & former CIO.
He is electrosensitive.
He is the CEO of Beneficial Environments.
Co-founder of Village Water.
Previously management consultant to telecoms industry.

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Guy Hudson BSc MInstP

 

Dr Mercola and Electrosmog

Preaching to the unconverted?

My blogs are mainly read by those who understand about the effects of everyday electromagnetic fields. So the point is how to convince those who are or will be affected by use of technology.

Mercola is probably the leading internet doctor and is very convincing. He is very well qualified.

So I recommend you to share this blog and video to all your friends, family and work colleagues that would benefit.

Dr Mercola and Electrosmog.

Great Video to convert all those who aren’t convinced about problems with health and electromagnetic radiation.

However!! I think his way of showing that radiation strength goes down with distance (“Distance is your friend”) is impractical. He uses a selfie stick and speaker mode can only be used in private.

A much better solution are airtube headsets which keep the radiation away from your head and can be used in almost any situation like a normal earpiece headset.

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.

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.

Get Wired 2015 – Mike Mitcham – EMF Health Risks

This video is from the Get Wired 2015 conference and features Mike Mitcham – EMF Health Risks & Electro-Evolution – where do we go from here?

The GetWired 2015 conference was sponsored by Beneficial Environments and was a response to concerns about the proliferation of wifi and mobile phone technologies.

The conference objective was to find and promote solutions to the problems arising both in terms of how to protect and shield vulnerable groups such as children and the aged but also how to encourage new safer products to be made available.   In contrast to many conferences focusing on the health effects, we have looked at solutions to the problem of widespread electrosensitivity and increasing electromagnetic pollution.

Get Wired 2015 – Mike Mitcham – EMF Health Risks

Mike is the creator of Get Wired and co-founder of Stop Smart  Meters! UK.  He is a leading EMF campaigner with interviews/ quotes featured by the BBC, ITV, the Telegraph, the Guardian and the Mail on Sunday as well as many popular, alternative media producers.

In 2013, Mike gave evidence at a Parliamentary Select Committee Hearing into Smart Meters.  He has a background in IT systems consulting and previously advised a House of Lords EU Parliamentary Select Committee on Reusable Technology.

Recent speaking engagements have included the 25th Glastonbury Symposium and AV5 conferences.  Mike also appeared in the award-winning documentary, Take Back Your Power, which exposes the realities of so-called “Smart Meters”.

Low EMF lighting

Low EMF lighting products are made in Germany, especially for the Building Biology movement. They are now available in the UK.

A low electrosmog lamp is styled and disguised as a normal lamp.

Low EMF lighting

Low EMF lighting

THE critical place for low electrosmog is where you sleep. Normal bedside lamps emit electric fields which mean that your sleeping place’s electormog can be way above building biology guidelines.

The cable is shielded, the lamp holder is metal and earthed and the bulb is also shielded. Bed side lamps are one of the commonest sources of low-frequency electric fields in peoples’ sleeping areas.

The lamp is made of beech wood, the surfaces treated with natural oil and wax (Auro 129). Wood is a natural product; each lathed work-piece differs in color and grain from the next.

This product is made of materials with minimum out-gassing so it’s suitable for people with multiple chemical sensitivity MCS or those who want to create a building biology clean air environment.

We have a range of low EMF lighting products in our shop suitable for living areas, kitchens etc.

A note on the price – these lamps are made in low volumes in Germany, especially for the Building Biology movement. The method of production and quality of materials means they are more expensive than ordinary lamps.
Manufactured in Germany. Supplied with a German plug, we will provide the necessary converter plug.

Excessive exposure to Electromagnetic Field sources causes pain

This is a significant publication.

From http://anhinternational.org – Excessive exposure to Electromagnetic Field sources causes pain:

A study has recently been published that provides the first evidence of a link between radio signals and nerve pain in people with amputated limbs. The senior author of the study, Dr Mario Romero-Ortega, said, “Our study provides evidence, for the first time, that subjects exposed to cellphone towers at low, regular levels can actually perceive pain”. The rats involved in the study received a nerve injury to simulate an amputation before being exposed to EMF signals equivalent to standing near a phone mast around 40 meters away for 10 minutes once a week for eight weeks. After just four weeks this short exposure time was enough to cause 88% of the rats to show a definite pain response to the signal. This study adds to the very real concerns associated with an excessive exposure to Electromagnetic Field sources, including electro-hypersensitivity, which has now been recognised as a functional disorder.

Study: Anthropogenic Radio-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields Elicit Neuropathic Pain in an Amputation Model

ABSTRACT

Anecdotal and clinical reports have suggested that radio-frequency electromagnetic fields (RF EMFs) may serve as a trigger for neuropathic pain. However, these reports have been widely disregarded, as the epidemiological effects of electromagnetic fields have not been systematically proven, and are highly controversial. Here, we demonstrate that anthropogenic RF EMFs elicit post-neurotomy pain in a tibial neuroma transposition model. Behavioral assays indicate a persistent and significant pain response to RF EMFs when compared to SHAM surgery groups. Laser thermometry revealed a transient skin temperature increase during stimulation. Furthermore, immunofluorescence revealed an increased expression of temperature sensitive cation channels (TRPV4) in the neuroma bulb, suggesting that RF EMF-induced pain may be due to cytokine-mediated channel dysregulation and hypersensitization, leading to thermal allodynia. Additional behavioral assays were performed using an infrared heating lamp in place of the RF stimulus. While thermally-induced pain responses were observed, the response frequency and progression did not recapitulate the RF EMF effects. In vitro calcium imaging experiments demonstrated that our RF EMF stimulus is sufficient to directly contribute to the depolarization of dissociated sensory neurons. Furthermore, the perfusion of inflammatory cytokine TNF-α resulted in a significantly higher percentage of active sensory neurons during RF EMF stimulation. These results substantiate patient reports of RF EMF-pain, in the case of peripheral nerve injury, while confirming the public and scientific consensus that anthropogenic RF EMFs engender no adverse sensory effects in the general population.

INTRODUCTION

Anthropogenic electromagnetic fields (EMFs) have become a ubiquitous presence in modern life. A broad spectral band of EMF frequencies (50 Hz–5 GHz) are now passing around us and through us, and are generated by sources ranging from electricity transport to mobile communication devices. While we have all undoubtedly benefited from the wide-ranging applications of commercial electronics, there is a growing social and scientific concern that persistent exposure to radio- and microwave-frequency (RF/MWF) EMFs may engender unforeseen adverse health effects in vulnerable subsets of our population.

Over the past thirty years, there have been numerous reports published on the epidemiological, animal, and cellular-level effects of RF EMF exposure [13], with the majority of these studies being conducted in vitro and focused on evaluating the potential relationship between cell phone usage and the incidence of certain types of cancer [46]. Many conclusions drawn from this field of study remain highly controversial [7,8], but sufficient evidence regarding EMF-tissue interactions has resulted in the adoption of national and international standards for health and occupational EMF exposure. More recently, there have also been anecdotal, case, and clinical reports that magnetic and electromagnetic fields of various frequencies may serve as a trigger for neuropathic and post-amputation pain [911].

Read the complete paper here