WiFi Refugees

Wi-Fi Refugees. Electrosensitive people try to escape wireless technology.

This film about people in the US with electrosensitivity and how it affects their lives. It is a good introduction for those who have not yet understood or seen the severe human cost of the problem to those affected by electrosmog and treats the electrosensitivity sufferers with respect and dignity.

However, the solutions shown in this film are not anywhere near as effective as used by others. This means that individuals with Electrosensitivity can have more expectation that they will get better as there are more and more documented cases of people getting their lives back together and better techniques for electromog reduction and also improved modalities for improving the body’s response to the pollution.

Consultancies like Beneficial Environments to create low electrosmog environments to allow electrosensitive clients to live in cities and countryside with minimum inconvenience and so that their most important environments, where they spend significant times are well below their sensitivity trigger levels and so that they can heal and reduce their symptoms and get a fuller life back. Guy Hudson the CEO of Beneficial Environments has reduced his sensitivity and now leads a very full life helping others.

Just one example from the film: shielding a room right round with reflective shielding causes mutliple internal reflections which affect electrosensitive people, also connecting the shielding and earthing it in a band around the room cause an induction loop for mains frequencies. So with a bit of extra knowledge people’s electrosmog levels may be reduced greatly. (The solution in this case:- use non-reflecting shielding and design out induction loops)

To understand what Beneficial Environments can do for you Download our ebook (fill out the form on the right hand side) and look at the items in the webshop – they are things we use ourselves.

Guy Hudson

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