Electrosmog refers to all man-made electromagnetic fields and its influence on humans and the environment.
Electric and magnetic fields in the low frequency range are formed by electrical energy, for example in AC circuits and electrical devices.
Radio frequency electromagnetic fields are generated by wireless transmission such as Wi-Fi, mobile networks and Bluetooth.
Exposing the human body to electromagnetic smog is constantly increasing in homes, schools, work and even on the road. Elektrosmog is increasing thanks to the development of new technologies and modernization.
Our body consists mainly of water and is controlled by bioelectric impulses. Electromagnetic radiation can interfere with these natural processes. These rays penetrate the body and prevent optimal cell feeding. When exposed to artificial electromagnetic fields (electrosmog), it has a major impact on our biological processes with the following effects:
- Lack of concentration and sleep problems
- The disturbance of our vegetative nervous system
- Weakening of the immune system
- Metabolic disorders caused by hyperacidity
- Mental tension and stress
- Headaches, migraines
- Chronic tiredness
- Hypersensitivity and irregular blood pressure
- Skin problems
- Disorders of behavioral patterns in children
Children, the elderly, and individuals with reduced immune system are at greatest risk.
Negative (and carcinogenic) effects of electrosmog may even take 5-10 years to take effect.
The electromagnetic vibration field refers to both the electric fields and the energy field of the human body. Human beings have an electromagnetic field with a power of approximately 100mV (millivolts). If we live in an artificially created field higher than this, over time our body must compensate for the effects of this stronger electromagnetic field. To compensate for the differences, our body is constantly losing energy. When the vibration field is harmonized, all non-harmonic frequencies become ineffective and our bodies can live healthy without any external interference.
Therefore, harmonization in our daily lives is so important.