Is “Electronic Pollution” Affecting the Quality of your Life?

Millions of Americans are feeling more stressed, which is affecting their relationships, health, and sleep patterns.  In fact, stress has become a major public health threat.  One of the most pressing reasons for this is our exposure to extra-low frequency (ELF) electromagnetic energy, also known as electronic pollution. 

Getting into better eating and sleeping habits can help with stress management, but sometimes they are not enough.  That’s why I recommend a more effective method of stress reduction – wearing a Philip Stein Teslar watch.

Here’s why:

• With all the computers, cell phones, and electronic devices (like iPods, GPS systems and PDAs) we use every day – our exposure to electronic pollution has never been higher.  Just think about how hard it would be to get through the day without your cell phone, microwave, dishwasher, hairdryer, computer, GPS and TV.

• Wearing a Philip Stein Teslar watch is an effective way to protect yourself from these energy zapping low frequency electromagnetic fields.  It will also help you enjoy a deeper, more restful sleep. 

• Every Philip Stein watch is equipped with embedded Teslar chips.  They emit a unique signal that interacts with the body’s natural energy field and strengthens it, making the wearer immune to the effects of electronic pollution.  It is one of the easiest ways I know of to increase energy and feel more capable of handling stress. 

• It may seem a little far-fetched to think that wearing a certain type of watch would be so effective in increasing your energy and decreasing your stress level, but the science behind Philip Stein’s timepieces is grounded in scientific facts, and they really work.  Celebrities like Oprah and Madonna, have long extolled the benefits of wearing a Philip Stein watch, so much so that they have given them unsolicited public endorsements from the very beginning. 

Once you start feeling more energetic and less stressed out, you will wonder how you ever got by without a Philip Stein watch.

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