EMF and ELF Exposure: A Public Health Risk

By now, I’m sure you’ve heard about the risk of overusing your cell phone.  I’m not talking about using up your minutes and being shocked by the bill.  Scientists are spending a lot of time studying the health risks associated with overexposure to the high frequencies that are emitted by today’s mobile devices, especially since the technology has grown faster than the scientific community can study it. Like other potentially damaging electromagnetic fields, mobile phones emit a frequency that can interfere with the body’s natural defenses against anxiety and other diseases.  But cell phones go a step further.   The radio frequencies are pulsed and amplitude modulated in close proximity to the brain, through a small radiating antenna within the phone. 

The World Health Organization (WHO) has been studying electromagnetic frequencies (EMF) since 1996 as part of the International EMF project.  This study was established to learn more about how our increasingly electronic world is impacting public health.

As a fan of Philip Stein Teslar watches (and a proud owner of two of them), I was especially interested to learn about the loud public outcry for medical research pertaining to electronic and magnetic fields.  One reason for this is the seemingly direct correlation between the increase in extra-low frequency (ELF) exposure and the increase in anxiety, depression, insomnia and other stress-related diseases. 

While I am very concerned, as most people are, about the hazards of electronic pollution, I was happy when I realized that my Philip Stein watch will keep my body in balance.  Because the natural frequency disk in my watch emits the same frequency (7-9Hz) that is found in the Earth’s most natural state, it is consistently informing my body to relax and remain unscathed by external electromagnetic fields.  Philip Stein Teslar watches have been associated with reduced stress, better sleep, and a sense of overall well-being, precisely because of this revolutionary technology. 

Still, there are some naysayers out there who will tell it’s all a big “Teslar scam” and the whole thing is a hoax, but that is probably because they’ve never even tried on a Philip Stein watch. 

To learn more about the International EMF project and other health information pertaining to ELF exposure, visit the WHO web site at www.who.int.

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