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Top 19 Tips to Reduce Your EMF Exposure

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola Fact Checked

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  • Persistent exposures to microwave frequencies like those from cellphones can cause mitochondrial dysfunction and nuclear DNA damage from free radicals reacted to peroxynitrite
  • Excessive exposures to cellphones and Wi-Fi networks have been linked to chronic diseases such as cardiac arrhythmias, anxiety, depression, autism, Alzheimer’s and infertility
  • Devices that continuously emit EMF radiation at levels that damage your mitochondria include your cellphone, cellphone towers, Wi-Fi routers and modems, baby monitors and “smart” devices of all kinds, including smart meters and smart appliances
  • EMF exposure has increased about 1 quintillion times over the past 100 years. Most people experience biological impacts but have no appreciation of the damage it’s causing until it's too late. Even then, it’s extremely difficult to link the exposure to the symptoms or the disease
  • 5G relies primarily on the bandwidth of the millimeter wave, known to penetrate 1 to 2 millimeters of human tissue and has been linked to numerous health problems, including eye and heart problems, pain and suppressed immune function

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