Electrical engineer, Building Biology Environmental Consultant, and Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist, Lawrence Gust spills the beans about electrical radiation (EMR) components present in today’s indoor environments. From electric fields, magnetic fields, and radiofrequency (RF) radiation from wireless devices, Larry differentiates the inside sources that we have control over and the outside radiation sources.
Larry shares the symptoms from unwanted exposure to EMR. RF exposure can interfere with sound sleep, and make people more susceptible to cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. RF radiation has also been shown to increase infertility and reduce sperm health and production. Larry explains how some radiation, even at low levels, has been demonstrated to cause damage to cell tissues and to DNA, which has been linked not only to brain tumors, but to other cancers as well, including leukemia, and breast cancer in women and men, and a suppressed immune system.
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