Electromagnetic Exposure: Stress on the Immune System

Posted by EarthCalm Staff- Updated on 7/5/2018
Electromagnetic Exposure: Stress on the Immune System
EMF Exposure Can Weaken the Immune System
EMFs knock ions out of your cells and interfere with your metabolism. This causes deficiencies in calcium, lithium, and potassium. In addition, EMFs coming from your electricity introduce biologically-meaningless currents into your nervous system and brain. Think about it: Your body is resonating with your refrigerator. How valuable is that?

This energy exchange—which can certainly be described as an attack on your body—generates stress hormones. These, in turn, erode your immune system, which sets you up for an immune deficiency disease down the road.

No wonder so many of us have unexplainable diseases, or symptoms doctors can’t seem to figure out. We are all living in a sea of electromagnetic smog, created by our electricity and appliances, our cell phones and Wi-Fi, and from cell towers and power lines.

EMF Protection
We really can’t get away from EMFs. Thankfully, what we can do is ground ourselves in the Earth’s electromagnetic field. This is the most effective way to protect ourselves from hazardous EMFs.
EarthCalm’s Home EMF Protection System benefits everyone in your home. As with any EarthCalm product, you get 90 days to try it out in your own home. If you don't feel that is effective for you, simply return it for a full refund of the purchase price.

Electromagnetic exposure needn’t cause stress on your immune system any longer. Get grounded!

References:

1. Evidence for Effects on the Immune System. Johannsen, 2007. [View

2. Electromagnetic fields act via activation of voltage-gated calcium channels to produce beneficial or adverse effects. Martin Pall,Phd. [View

3. Evidence for Effects on the Immune System Supplemental 2012. Prof. Yury Grigoriev, MD. 2012. [View

4. Disturbance of the immune system by electromagnetic fields—A potentially underlying cause for cellular damage and tissue repair reduction which could lead to disease and impairment. Johannsen, 2009. [View]

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