EMF Studies

EMF Studies

We’re surrounded by EMFs, both natural and man-made. While the sun, earth, and thunderstorms create natural EMFs, technology like electricity, cell phones, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth create man-made EMFs that can be harmful.

Do you ever wonder why your phone feels hot after being on a call for a long time? Or why your Wi-Fi router seems to give you headaches? Do you ever wonder if it’s healthy to live under those large power lines or to sleep with all those electrical cables near your bed?

You may not see it, but EMF can still impact your body, and many of us have a sixth sense about it.

For years, people have argued that non-ionizing radiation is harmless, but modern research suggests otherwise. A study by the National Toxicology Program 1 found a link between cell phone radiation and brain tumors in rats, while another study found that radiofrequency radiation (RFR) can cause DNA damage. These findings, among others, have challenged the idea that non-ionizing radiation is not harmful.

Despite this evidence, many people still believe that non-ionizing radiation is only harmful when it raises the temperature of human tissue. But new understandings in biophysics and root cause medicine suggest otherwise. In the past physicists focused on the energy and wavelengths of radiation, arguing that they do not have enough power per photon to cause biological damage. Parallelling this understanding was modern allopathic medicine that trains doctors to diagnose diseases and treat them, rather than focusing on optimal health and function of the human system.

The outdated approach of physics fails to address biology in relation to physics. The allopathic diagnosis model of medicine fails to address what is happening leading up to a diagnosis. Studies have shown2 correlations between EMF exposure and cancer and tumor development, and harmful biological effects from EMFs immediately, even if they are not worthy of a diagnosis of disease in the allopathic model.

Blue light 3, for example, is a non-ionizing type of EMF in the visible spectrum yet it’s well-known that it suppresses melatonin and has a profound effect on circadian rhythms. Similar biological effects are being found from various types of non-ionizing, non-thermal EMF. EMFs act on voltage-gated calcium ion channels 4 and create inflammatory responses because of the calcium flooding into the cells. There is now irrefutable evidence of harmful physiological responses from the body to low frequency electric fields, magnetic fields, and high frequency wireless radiation.

While certain frequencies and intensities of non-ionizing radiation can be used as therapy in some cases, exposure to EMF radiation must be carefully managed to minimize potential harm. PEMF 5, for example, is an FDA-approved frequency treatment that is non-ionizing and non-thermal and can stimulate bone growth and fusing fractures back together. If a pulsed non-ionizing and non-thermal type of EMF can be used to initiate a healing response in the body then it is important to recognize that various random EMF frequencies could also be harmful and disruptive to normal biological processes in the human body.  That is precisely what is being found by the current research.In conclusion, we must acknowledge the potential harm that non-ionizing radiation can cause and take measures to minimize our exposure. By understanding the impact that EMFs can have on our bodies, we can make informed decisions to protect ourselves and maintain our health.

Explore the largest collections of EMF related scientific research studies on biological effects at: EMF Portal and Bioinitiative Report.

  1. National Toxicology Program
  2. Ramazinni Institute study
  3. Blue light reduces melatonin production study
  4. Voltage gated calcium ion channels study by Dr. Martin Pall
  5. PEMF bone growth study
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