Today, 97 percent of Americans own a cellphone of some kind; an increase of over 50 percent in the past decade. An average cell phone user today interacts with their phone more than 2,000 times every day. But is all of this smart technology improving our quality of life or harming our health? Our guest today, founder, CEO, and president of AiresTech, Dimitry Serov, is here to tell us.
Dimitry explains the effect of EMFs on our health and the environment. He reveals the importance of science-backed products that offer sound research when it comes to protection from electromagnetic radiation from wireless devices. Like noise-canceling headphones, Dimitry shares how the Aires Tech EMR Modulation Technology works with our own biological EMR to neutralize the physiological impact of radiation emitting from data-transmitting electronics such as cell phones, cordless phones, wireless earpieces, wireless headsets, computers, laptops, monitors, smart TVs, baby monitors, Wi-Fi routers & more.
5️ Key Takeaways:
✔️The average cell phone user today interacts with their phone more than 2,000 times every. single. day. (Eeek!)
✔️Which groups of people are the most vulnerable
✔️Where the hot spots in our homes are
✔️Techniques to reduce exposure to your dangerous radiofrequency radiation
✔️How EMR Modulation Technology works (kinda like noise-canceling headphones)
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How would you like to improve your health and keep your family safe? You're listening to the Healthy Home hacks podcast where we firmly believe in joining optimal health shouldn't be a luxury. Healthy Home authorities and husband and wife team Ron and Lisa will help you create a home environment that will level up your health. It's time to hear from the experts. listen in on honest conversations and gain the best tips and advice. If you're ready to dive in and improve your well-being and increase your energy, you're in the right place. All right, here are your hosts, Baubiologists, authors, media darlings, vicarious vegans and avocado aficionados, Ron and Lisa Beres.
Ron Beres 00:50
There's an old fable that says that you put a frog in a pot of boiling water, it will react immediately and try to escape. However, if you put a frog in cool water, and very gradually heated up, the frog will be stuck in the comfort of its surroundings and stay complacent until it's too hot and too late. This serves as a brilliant metaphor for our own human behavior in our ignorance to the role of technology happening in the modern age.
Lisa Beres 01:26
Okay, that is true. Now let's take a look at the numbers. Today in 2022. An average cellphone user interacts with their phone more than get this 2000 times every day. Yikes. Cell phone users touch their phones 2617 times a day, friends is that you? And while the top 10% of cellphone users these guys are known as the extreme cellphone users interact with their mobile devices even more touching their phones more than 5000 times a day. A study by Apple found that iPhone users unlock their phones six to seven times an hour and engage in about 80 phone sessions a day. 97% of Americans own a cell phone of some kind, and 85% owned a smartphone. The number of Americans that own a smartphone has increased 50% over the past decade.
Ron Beres 02:29
But it's all the smart technology improving our quality of life or harming our health. Our guest today is here to tell us so hang on tight you're not going to want to miss this show.
Lisa Beres 02:40
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Ron Beres 03:21
Founder CEO and President of Aires Tech Dimitry Serov has his diploma from St. Petersburg College of Economics and Business Management. Dimitry involvement with technology has been instrumental in facilitating the adaptation of the original Aires technology into the current consumer-oriented form. Dimitry, welcome to the show.
Dimitry Serov 03:45
Welcome, thank you so much for having me here. Appreciate it.
Welcome to Dimitry we're so happy to have you. This is going to be a fantastic show. This is very different that we're going to get into today. We've done a lot of shows on electromagnetic fields and electromagnetic radiation. But your technology is really different. So just to get started, can you explain to our listeners what exactly EMFs are, and why they're harmful to our health and the environment?
This is a very good question. I think what I would start with first is something that is very important to understand. In the beginning of the show, you mentioned all these statistics, how many moments and times we interact with our cell phone, and this is where the problem starts. You see your cell phone by itself, probably not a big concern, it will affect you in a negative way ever slightly. And if you're an overall health person, if you would be only exposed to the electromagnetic field of your cell phone and only your cell phone saying you are an exotic desert and there's nothing else around you most of the chances that you will be fine. Right away. What we are not taking into consideration at all and I'm talking about us as consumers and even the government when they are coming up with through regulations, and when they're coming up with guidelines of how much exposure we can get as humans is the accumulative effect. And this is where the alarming, especially with the rollout of the fifth-generation telecommunication technology, this is what the biggest problem that people don't understand. And no one talks about accumulative effect of all these devices 24/7 365 And meeting non ionized low frequency electromagnetic field that is dramatically affects our health in a negative way. So, all the research and all the guidelines and all the studies out there today that I'm aware of were made on one single device in the control environment. So, if there is a company for us, we would make a new cell phone and open up a large company, SCC or whoever tests that will take that phone will take people in in the room and measure only the exposure of that phone on you.
Lisa Beres 06:04
Yeah, on a very large male like 185 pounds or something.
Dimitry Serov 06:11
A very, very specific amount of time and angles. So, this is just not a real life. This is just not a real test. What's important to understand that all radiation, including radiofrequency electromagnetic field, they have accumulative effects. And because right now we have 10,15, 20 devices in our home that nonstop and meeting the EMF, accumulative of electromagnetic waves interacting with us, this is what caused all these problems. And some people have them severe. I have to tell you that EHS? Yeah, look it up. It stands for electro hypersensitivity in most countries in Europe EHS as a disease, right? In America EHS is an allergy. So different approach. So, what we have done, we have created a device that dramatically reduce the negative effects of the electromagnetic radiation of the devices that you're using. And by reducing the overall exposure from the surrounding electromagnetic field and all your devices that you're using accumulatively based basically reduce the negative effects and some of our studies, it's up to 100%. And some of them showing over 90%, and majority of them are significant reduction.
Lisa Beres 07:37
That's a really interesting point you made Dimitry, Ron and I are Building Biologists, you're probably familiar with Building Biology. It was derived from Germany and brought to the United States. And we talk about how your building; your home and your environment affects your health. And we learned about the EHS this electromagnetic sensitivity. And you know, here in the United States, a lot of people are like what that's a made-up illness that doesn't exist. So, it's interesting. You say it's like considered an allergy there.
Dimitry Serov 08:06
It�s an allergy in the US. But in Sweden, for example, it's a disease. Disease. Yeah. Yeah. Here is the state they'll tell you, you're sick. years. Yeah, exactly.
Ron Beres 08:16
Yeah, people are allergic and stick to the 21st century for sure. I mean, you're right about the bombardment of all this, the accumulation of all this Wi Fi technology in combination with the phone. Yeah, you're right. They're not doing the appropriate test to figure that out.
Dimitry Serov 08:29
And this is across the globe is the same industry. I mean, we are basically as far as I know, we are based on Safety Code six, look it up. I think these are regulations are from the 70s.
Lisa Beres 08:41
And they haven't been updated in 25 years. No, they're not. 25 years, think of the phone 25 years ago. It was probably the big block or something, it was at least the flip.
Dimitry Serov 08:53
The regulations are very important to mention this, we exist as a company. And that's basically the main difference between us because there are many products out there that claiming some sort of protection from the negative effects of electromagnetic radiation. As a matter of fact, there are many products out what's important to understand that really, it divides into two categories. 99% of them and I mean 99% It's really 99% are holistic products. They have some sort of mineral base element, which may indeed work. I'm not saying that these products are not working, maybe very effective. But there who is the products, either it's crystal, some sort of magnets or elements, but these are all mineral base elements, right in some way and you use it somehow. And that's it. They're not backed up by any science. They don't have any research behind and they don't claim to do. You use them within this 99% holistic products. There are also a significant number of products that are blockers EMF blocker, because the first thing comes to people mind when they think, okay, if my Wi Fi router or my baby monitor and emits electromagnetic field and it's bad, let's block it. And they absolutely right by blocking it, there will be no exposure anymore,
Lisa Beres 10:17
Right but you won't be able to get the signal.
Dimitry Serov 10:20
This phone will never ring. Again. This is not the point; the point is not to stop technology. The point is that you continue using the technology because technology is amazing. And they have a very good analogy behind it. In the beginning of 20th century, we invented a thing called the automotive automobile. And there were not a lot of them. And they were very, very, very dirty. They were emitting horrible amount of pollution because no one really tried to do anything with it. And that was fine. But then at one point, there becomes so many of them that we realized that listen, this impossible to live near these machines, but we never banned them. We invented the catalytic converter; we invented an exhaust filter system. When you are interacting with them, you get less of damage, this is exactly where we exist, we are blocking the electromagnetic field, our product doesn't block doesn't interfere with your electronic devices doesn't interfere with them at all. It's an EMF modulation technology, which we basically modulate of our microprocessor that are like noise cancellation, headphones, you got an EMF coming from a cell phone that is chaotic. And we are using that electromagnetic field to power our microchip. And then our microchip emits a counter field, which goes against the existing field, the cell phone or the any other electronic device. Basically, the way we produce our counter field, our counter field is a superposition, coherent electromagnetic field structure, which completely neutralizes the negative effects of that chaotic waves coming off the phone saying the way it acts like noise cancellation.
Lisa Beres 12:09
I thought that was a great analogy. I've read that on your site, that explains to people because when you've got the noise cancelling headphones on, you're hearing the music that you want to hear, you're not hearing anything outside of that. And that's the whole point. And we have talked about this a lot on the show that, you know, it's this catch 22 with a lot of the devices, the blocking devices, because if you're blocking the waves coming to you the radiation, then you're blocking the signal, and then vice versa. So how do you manage that? And so, your technology is so different and so unique. And on the side note what got you into this field? And how did you end up wanting to create a product like this?
Dimitry Serov 12:47
Well, there is a long history behind this, this whole started as a project of finding a method, it has nothing to do to the product that we are building today. My family, they had a research center. And they were basically looking at methods of EMF diffraction technology. So how would you take EMF and not block it diffracted. And originally, the original idea was to create a method to find a way to deal with the exposure of electromagnetic field. And really, the original idea was to use it for military and specifically for mobile, air defense radar systems. That's basically what was the original or indeed done for no one at that point. thought that, okay, we're going to make a product, we're going to wrap it up, we're going to sell it online to customers and make it business absolutely not. That was just a math and computer modeling calculations, very significant. And basically, designing a way how you can influence electromagnetic field without blocking it because of that point of this radars that they should continue working. You can look at Oh, yeah. How you do that? And we found a way. And that's basically was it.
Ron Beres 14:12
I can imagine this because you know a lot of people are skeptical about EMF protection devices, but your products have eight peer reviewed studies that backup the efficacy of the product.
Dimitry Serov 14:22
We also have publication in peer reviewed journals. And there is another late presentation we just presented our research on the Congress of physics in European Union just two weeks ago that will be a publication as well in the European Union in the peer reviewed research papers on the physics behind the way our product works. So out yeah and I came in dicing the opportunity. I was obviously aware of what's happening there but I was doing other things. And then I realized that I need to get it so being here in the West, and Canada I open up this company here. Brought the intellectual property to the Canadian company. We took the company public. The initial public offering was very successful. We move all the supply chain to European Union. So, our product, the microprocessors are, we have two factories where we make our microprocessors. One is made in a factory near Brussel, it's Belgium. So it's called an open semiconductor, which is fortune 500 semiconductor companies massive thing, it's 2 billion euros facility and I'm looking at this in the heart of, of Belgium, there are some other components that we get from Hong Kong like the resonator antenna, and then everything is packaged and final assembly production is in the European Union, where we assemble the product and that's where it's shipped from.
Lisa Beres 15:56
Worldwide can anyone get it worldwide?
Dimitry Serov 15:59
You can get it worldwide. Absolutely. Originally, we were flying it to our fulfillment centers in the US okay, but just this year, we open up to more fulfillment centers one in Australia because there's tremendous amount of interest and requests for our product from Australia and New Zealand so have seen that there is a problem the last mile delivery especially when you ship from us to Australia, I mean look at the geography and so we realized that that you know something needs to be done and we open fulfillment center in Australia that is right now shipping products from Australia we open up fulfillment center in Poland, in Washington, which is open but not fulfillable yet just a few paperwork needs to be wrapped up and that's where our main fulfillment center for the European Union so customers in European Union or in Europe geography wise, not necessarily European Union.
Dimitry Serov 17:07
I just came back from Warsaw. I mean, I've been there. Yeah. So, we should start fulfilling as well. We have a fulfillment center in East Coast USA, West Coast USA, and in Canada. In Ottawa.
Lisa Beres 17:19
You're everywhere. Okay. So, your EMR modulation technology is for use on for anyone listening. You're like, what are you guys talking about? I mean, listen, Dimitry is smart, thank God for smart people like him and the people on his team. Please, physicists and engineers who can figure this out. But just to put it in layman's terms, these are devices you can use on your data transmitting electronics, this would include your cell phone, your cordless phones, wireless earpieces, wireless headsets, your computer laptops, monitors, your smart TVs, baby monitors, Wi Fi routers, and so much more. So Dimitry, people listening have likely never heard of EMR modulation technology. And you kind of went into that. But can you give us a little more of how that works? The science behind it?
Dimitry Serov 18:05
Yes, I can. Absolutely. These are good questions. So again, if we would narrow it down, you have your holistic products that they use some sort of a mineral base element that may somehow influence the electromagnetic field, and therefore you get protected. That's number 190 9% of the products out there are like that, then you have EMF blockers, which definitely work 100% effective, but your phone or whatever you're trying to shield from will not work. So that's a good product to use. If you wanted to basically go back to stone age. That's the product to use, because it's guaranteed effective one.
Lisa Beres 18:47
Well, at that point did you do you may as well put your phone off or an airplane correctly.
Dimitry Serov 18:54
By the way, airplane mode doesn't solve the problem completely. Just so you know, right/
Lisa Beres 18:57
Because you have to turn off the cell data, obviously.
Dimitry Serov 19:01
You�ll still get EMFs in airplane mode. So, there is our technology, probably some other technologies out there. I'm not saying that this is the only solution here. This is our solution. What we are doing and I'll try to it's a very complicated process and device. I'll try to make it simple for whoever listening to us today. There are two types of electromagnetic field. There is electromagnetic field emitted by our body cells, which is stable, coherent and its sphere like waveform, every single body cell has whole word in it. And there are a lot of processes and all these body cells emit electromagnetic field they are full of electromagnetic field. And this is normal. This electromagnetic field is great. It's our own electromagnetic field. We know everything about this type of electromagnetic field. We can record it, we can put it in a program we can create computer models, we know everything about it. Then there is a second type of EMF, which emits by data, telecommunication devices. Manmade technology made electromagnetic device. This type of electromagnetic field is never stable for even a millisecond. It's a digital noise. It's a fight like waveform and always kills. And I mean, always. Okay, what happens when always what always kills? Yeah, right. Chaotic chaos.
Lisa Beres 20:33
Yeah, chaotic. And we have an EMF analyzer that we use sometimes just to show people, you know, the microwave and things, and the noise, just hearing the noise, like because we don't hear it right, we don't actually get to hear it on our day to day. And when you hear it for the first time, what it actually sounds like, like that chaotic sound. It's enough to drive you nuts slowly, but your cells are hearing that and your body's picking up on that even though you're not audibly hearing it.
Dimitry Serov 20:57
So, by knowing the two things, the logic thing that comes to our mind is how we take the electromagnetic field of a cell phone, for example. And cell phones are just one example. I mean, it used to be the biggest product that you want to worry about not anymore. So, and how you would basically modify the electromagnetic field of that source, and match it with or make it like the same type of EMF as emitted by our body cells. Because if you could do that, theoretically, at least, that type of electromagnetic field around that device would be matched to our baseline electromagnetic field. Therefore, it's safe to say that there will be no physical reaction to it in any negative way. So, what we did, we took that structure of the electromagnetic field of body cell and we using very complicated computer modeling calculations, we basically created a nano circular diffraction lattice, it's a boat about 2,200,000, circular resonators, organized on a special pattern. And all of this is etched using the literal graphic equipment on a microchip on a silicon wafer semiconductor. Wow, we edge it with a density of channels of 0.2 nanometers, your hair thickness is 100 nanometers, we are able to take 2,200,000 resonators circular resonators organized and this is the key of the technology because I have to say that the computer file for this circular diffraction nano lattice it took 300 computer hours to open for one of the biggest semiconductor companies in the world. Wow. 100 computer hours just watches the file. Wow, that's using the micro little graphic equipment this micro pattern which is know how our company that the men on the semiconductor on the chip.
Lisa Beres 23:21
I'm going to show it for people right now.
Dimitry Serov 23:26
Like you will see that there is a pattern in it. Yeah, but you cannot your eye cannot see 0.2 nanometer steps. Right, right. You see like a fingerprint. But if you zoom in using an electron microscope, not electronic microscope electron microscope, you will see individual resonators channel and the whole structure. Okay, wow. So, what happens then? And then there is a gold it's gold by design. I mean, it's not pure gold trout. We use technology that we could refuse non gold particles with alloys and we create a very conductive antenna around the cheek. Oh, wow. And no, basically, you get a passive microchip. Why passive? I hear you asking you to do microprocessor, whereas the power supply and the passive microprocessor doesn't require power supply. It gets powered by the electromagnetic field of a device it is installed on. A good example of the passage microchip is your credit card. There is no battery in here electrical cord, right happens when you install it on your cell phone or any other electronic device. And this is I'm only describing one product because they have for their own work kind of the same but there's differences in them. Okay. And then when you install it on the phone and your phone is off the devices then it does nothing but the moment you turn on your cell phone to power it on there is a polarization charge Bill lot, it happens in the millisecond instantly, that polarization build up. It's been registered by them that there is a matron turn around the cheap and the energy particles, the electromagnetic field actually sinks on the chip.
Lisa Beres 25:12
Okay. Wow. So, it's using that.
Dimitry Serov 25:15
Well, the chip itself, you have this mic on the chip itself. Yeah, you have this nano lattice. Virtually organized specialties are very complicated, that gets filled with the energy. And what happened because it's a semiconductor because it's silicon wafer, there is a counter field, reflect out of it, like you would reflect a light beam from the mirror. There is a three-dimensional reflection, like a hologram, like hologram 100%. Okay. But this hologram is not just hologram, it actually has a structure of what's on the plate of the semiconductor. But now it's a sphere like, created counter field that is coherent, holographic, and in the sphere, like waveforms super organized, which is an exact match of that coherent electromagnetic field with but our body cells. Wow, that's so interesting, that now act as a superposition. It just physics, any other electromagnetic field interacting with this field that we just created. And of course, there's limitations, there is a range, it's not infinite. Yeah, what is the range, the range in the minute, but any other type of electromagnetic field, whether it's coming to the form of the far left, right? When it catches that electromagnetic field, its organizing itself.
Ron Beres 26:48
For the listeners. And this is very scientific. And we really appreciate all the effort you did to create this product and technology. So, the listeners may remember back in the day, when I gave the example of the tuning fork, right, so our bodies give off an electrical pulse, we have a certain frequency. And unfortunately, our environment can basically affect the frequency. And that can disrupt our life by not allowing us to sleep as well, or maybe can cause some immunity disorders with us. So, what we're doing here, like this noise cancellation example, we're taking the effect of what would be a tuning fork that is tapped. And if you place a tuning fork adjacent to another tuning fork that wasn't tapped, it will take on that vibration, just like our body does to the environment, you are canceling that out in a way with your technology. You're buffering it noise cancellation was the best example. But I just wanted to make people aware like what you're doing is you're creating tranquility; you're actually creating a harmonious environment for the people that are in it. So, they're no longer affected as much by the radiation that's around them every day, you know, because we can't escape the 21st century, right to nature.
Dimitry Serov 27:48
What's that right? And be the one to escape? Right, right. I'm very comfortable with all my electronic devices around me. I can't even believe this example, and just one of many examples of you know, the beginning of 20th century cars. I mean, no one would ever say that. Let's stop, we have too much of exposure. Let's now limit people using technology. No, yeah, that's not the right thing to do. There are ways how you can reduce the accumulative effects of the electromagnetic radiation, and no one talks about the accumulative effects. No one understands that every single product that hits the market being stamped by the regulator as a safe to use the only look at how much exposure that one device can make. Yeah, given time.
Lisa Beres 28:39
I'd say they do that with chemicals to Dimitry, I mean, yeah, well, they set the standards for, you know, these toxic chemicals on these cancer-causing chemicals that are in a lot of the products we use every day. Yeah,
Dimitry Serov 28:50
they took one apple; they look at one opposite. The chemicals inside this app are not going to hurt you. But because everything else is chemicals. Yes. And now, you do not need one Apple but use a bunch of other things to take my desktop. And I'm by far not the extreme user of technology. If they take my desktop, and repeat the test, they banned it. They say this is too much. It's not allowed. Yes. Right. So, each individual component, right, right. They test it and each of them is fine.
Lisa Beres 29:25
It's amazing that you've been able to kind of create something that has kept up with the speed of all this technology, the acceleration, you know, that actually can protect us because I was one of those people that was like, hey, you know, you just need to reduce your use, you know, you need to, you need to stop having all these devices. But you know, you found a way that we don't have to abandon our technology and our conveniences. And that can work on 5G. So, this product actually doesn't work on 3G, 4G, 5G, all of that this.
Dimitry Serov 29:56
This is a third generation of the microchip, the original product was designed for LT. LT4G. 4G stands for fourth generation, the lifetime series of devices has the newer microchips inside. And these are all tested up to 32 Giga bites and millimeter waves. Now, what's really the catch is, is the more dense the etching, on the silicon wafer, if we can make it more dense, we will increase the range, we can work with a lot more EMF, but there is a physical limitation of the semiconductor, literal graphic technology that they just not able to edge more than that. Maybe 10 years, but right now, that's it. Okay. 0.29? I mean, most of the electronics out there, their edge is 0.6 0.8 nanometers.
Lisa Beres 30:56
Yeah, you guys. So that's amazing. Now you came from the automotive industry? Are you a physicist or an engineer? Or what is your background?
Dimitry Serov 31:04
Absolutely not. I've been involved. As I said, my family started this research. And I'm a very curious person. So, I dive into and again, no one, no one at that time, even considered to do business out of it. No one thought that we're going to make a product that we're going to sell to people. It's great in the R&D project only? Well, we spent over $20 million US how almost 10 years? Wow, just it's not product design is just the research and coming up of a how you approach the problem be? What is it going to be on paper? Okay, and mathematics behind it. And then I came in and said, that's the business. Yeah, never mind, as a business. This is something that, you know, it can greatly help people. Right, then when you combine the two, you get a lot of motivation. And that's exactly what happened with me.
Ron Beres 32:12
I love how it organically evolved that way. Dimitry, what are some of the environmental toxins, electromagnetic radiation, and technologies we use today? And what effect do they have on the environment ecology and vulnerable groups? Like so for example, children, pregnant women, and immune compromised people?
Dimitry Serov 32:28
This is a whole topic by its own, okay. We all different and tolerances for everything. I mean, I can drink two beers and get out of water. And you can have six beers and get out of All right, so we all different and same thing with our tolerance to the electromagnetic field. So, 100% that is already proven as the fact okay, I'm not a scientist, I will not make strong claims here. I'll just repeat what I know. Kids are way more way, way, way, way more affected by electromagnetic radiation than adults. And it's cognitive effect. Very significant. Yeah. Okay, you see, I'll give you a quick analogy here. Not Analogy. Test, we did our own study that you can repeat any given moment. If you look at the blood cell, you have red blood cells and white blood cells and the white blood cells they go through the capillaries and they usually goes in individual pieces right there little tiny individual things, sometimes two of them stuck together, three of them come together but most of them are separated and they go okay. And they go through your capillaries in the brain which are extremely thin and then they feel give you a feel put you in front of the computer same thing I'm doing right now I'm sitting around the computer there's a Wi Fi router in this room 15 minutes and we look live under the microscope at the same person blood we see now that these cells are going in clusters of two 3000 of them together okay and with kids, if this effective greater and then what happens they will pass through an artery or vein but they are not passing through the capillaries in your brain causing them to have a heart attack or anything like that because you didn't stop the blood supply but cognitively that's why you saying okay, what did they do this morning? Where did they go yesterday? Oh, seven times three How much is that? And you know this answer but you don't know their you don't know them right now. But right now, you just this is exactly what's happening. Interesting and the children's brain is developing. So much more improved. Now another thing is a huge thing. You should again, this is just proven already worldwide is fertility. People can't get kids they can, yes. Infertility? Yeah. Like if you're one of these people and you have issues, you really need to watch exposure to electromagnetic radiation, because it's one of them. There could be a million other things, but for sure this is having a massive effect. There are a lot of studies.
Lisa Beres 35:29
And, not just when you are trying to get pregnant, but when you are pregnant, the baby in utero.
Dimitry Serov 35:35
Talking about environment. The biggest problem is bees and insects.
Dimitry Serov 35:42
We actually running a study, it's an observation study that is long, it's not a day or two. It's like a yearlong. It's happening as we speak, this applies are like two rooms, to these farmers in Canada, and many of them as we speak. They have their highest hives rate. That's right. With our product in it in their monitoring daily and the right reports. Wow, you're doing great. It's happening right now.
Yeah, bees, right. I mean, the bees are telling the story. The bees are doing good? The ones that have the product in there?
We did a study on honey bees. That is on our website. And we also did a study on Western rats, what it is called again? These studies are published on our website but these are were pretty fast studies. They're different studies. Now we're just doing like time, like whole year observational studies.
Lisa Beres 36:35
Right. Oh, wow. Yeah, cuz the bees are so sensitive, and they're wet responsible for a third of our food supply. So when the bees are harmed, a lot of people don't realize that and Ron and I, we hike a lot, and we notice these dead bees, you know, and try to save them whenever we see a bee struggling but yeah, you wonder, you know, is it the electromagnetic radiation? Is it the pesticides? Is it all of it? You know, what's going on with these bees? You know, because they're the clue. They're telling us something's not right in the environment.
Dimitry Serov 37:03
You know, it's the fact that EMF, like even look at the military equipment. How you like you have a submarine in the middle of somewhere, right in the ocean. And then there is another submarine how they see each other. Right? Right. Yeah, yeah. How your gym is equipped? It just masking it with electromagnetic field. There are many other things.
Lisa Beres 37:26
Yes, right. Like the Philadelphia Experiment.
Dimitry Serov 37:29
Like if you can affect and besides how it actually locks on the target by jamming it with electromagnetic field. Yeah. What it takes to jam the receptions of bee trying to navigate and you have these Wi Fi towers. Yeah, everywhere.
Lisa Beres 37:47
It shouldn�t take that much right?
Dimitry Serov 37:50
I mean, look at the real things that are happening in technology. I mean, if someone wants to gain reception, and look at Aviation in the entire city, this is easy to do. What about do you think 5G is new? 5G came out of militaries from the 80s really were doing crowd control by meeting 5G We now know crowd and suddenly your skin goes on fire. Yes. To that, but no, you just drop in you leave the demonstration?
Lisa Beres 38:31
Horrible. So, there�s v very sinister side to what can be done.
Dimitry Serov 38:33
Sure, our cell phones? That was nice it's all technology? Yeah. Last for consumers, but it's not new.
Lisa Beres 38:41
What about, I know that was an extreme example. But what if there was say an energy targeted at you like that? And you had the Lifetune device? Would that like, say a crowd control? Would that protect you?
Dimitry Serov 38:53
I don't think this will protect against that.
Lisa Beres 38:57
I wanted to help people.
Dimitry Serov 39:00
I don't know. I don't theoretically, yeah. It should adjust how much of a process we can do. Because our technology has its own limits. Yeah, is not 100%. As I mentioned, EMF blockers will solve your problem 100%. Say goodbye to technology. Converter, there is still some exhaust coming out. Right.
Ron Beres 39:37
Lisa Beres 39:38
How far is the distance of say the Aires Tech device?
Dimitry Serov 39:42
So, we have a few devices. So, the lifetime device the ones that we be on this show today we only talk about one product we have for so this product called lighting device. It's designed to be installed on handheld consumer electronics that you mentioned. And this about two meters in diameter,
Lisa Beres 40:00
Two meters, okay.
Dimitry Serov 40:04
We have product like the Lifetune room to up to 500 square feet.
Lisa Beres 40:10
Dimitry Serov 40:13
So, you get in your living room in your library in your bedroom. And it's also works awesome with electric cars. I mean, I buy cars, or EVs and both of my cars have this insight.
Lisa Beres 40:27
Oh, that's amazing, right? Yeah. So, we don't have to abandon our electric vehicles, that's great. And they will go. You actually should not. The room device is so beautiful. I have to say it's for listeners who haven't seen it, it looks like a little oversized credit card. But it's very intricate and gold and iridescent. And very, you know, as Dimitry is explaining very technologically, you know, just complicated. And you can see that.
Dimitry Serov 40:49
They are not for being pretty or dysfunctional.
Lisa Beres 40:53
They're just functional. But it is a beautiful, it looks like something you'd find in like Harry Potter world, or that's what I think when I see it. They're just beautiful looking devices. And there is one for your pets.
Dimitry Serov 41:05
And this is an interesting story. I was the last person to look into this segment for pets. But we started to receive emails almost daily. Oh, wow. Yeah, got your product is great. I love it. Do you have something for pets? I'm like, wow. Like that. And so many people say, Well, that's it for my family. And physiologically, there is no difference. Yeah, we just made a device that is robust. And that works the same as it works on human and robot because the dog needs to run to the bushes jumping to the water. Yeah, you need to waterproof it, you need to shockproof it. So, we just adopted it. Imagine that little dog in New York City in Manhattan, that goes out twice a day, if he's lucky for 16 minutes and sleeps in the room that is full of female, sometimes nearly Wi Fi router, and then all kinds of health issues with these animals.
Lisa Beres 42:03
Yeah, that's stress, I would imagine the stress that they feel, and it's so cute, it can go on their collar. And if you're a real outdoorsy person, kayaking, and all of this, you could also use that on yourself, right? You could put that on your keychain or on a necklace or whatever you want. So, you and your pet you and your pet can be twinning around.
Ron Beres 42:25
So, Dimitry, just as a recap to our listeners who are not necessarily Big Bang Theory characters who are physicist or engineers, right. I was wondering in layman terms on a recap some of the things we talked about. So, the eight attenuators within the microprocessor of your product diffracts, the EMF and its energy level by creating a holographic canceling electromagnetic wave, which essentially reverses the original energy waves emitted by the source of the EMF. So, you�re mitigating it. And you did a great job of explaining that laymen terms I love the catalytic converter adoption, you know, analogy from the automotive industry. I love the noise canceling example, is there any other examples you can give us like that?
Dimitry Serov 43:14
Yes. There is one very good. So the way the fraction works, so let's say and this is the last one I'll give you for today, because there are many, but if you take a hose, water hose pipe, why don't they just open up the water it's going to come out as just a line right to water. Let's say that this line is just bad for you. Just for example, just let's assume that it's just going to be painful on you because it's concentrated, it's going to hit you so hard in one spot is just going to be bruising you and it's painful, or what you do, you can diffract the water. So, we can sit down we can create some sort of a nozzle, we can design our own pattern on the nozzle attached to the open up the water now the water going to come out reorganized according to that design that we have made. All if there is occasional, the effectiveness of this diffracted every organized water will be to a certain distance at one point right you'll lose its shape that will resign and go back into a messy stream again that this is the effective wrench and it can be adjusted by either the water pressure or by the design of the nozzle and the material we use. The EMF you have in the environment, the better our product works. Better Absolutely because these are passive devices and you need a lecture magnetic field to get the working, if there is a lie in the field, you're going to have a stronger counter field. And that this will be greater. If you have a little, they will function but on a smaller scale.
Lisa Beres 45:17
Okay. Now do you recommend people use the pet one, say as a wearable device and have it on their personal devices?
Dimitry Serov 45:25
Absolutely. This product is again, I mean, we call like, two minis for reason, because it's good for both.
Lisa Beres 45:32
Yeah. Okay. So, you would say you really can't have enough of the devices like, they're not going to cancel each other out?
Dimitry Serov 45:38
No. Majority of people. So, one thing that you need to know is most of the people when you know if I would be just hearing it for the first time, I said, Okay, great. I'll try the first product I'll go the buy, is to install it on only fun device that I use most of the time. And that will be myself. I mean, me, maybe someone else is different. But I if I was here for buy one for myself, you see, once installed on myself, we sell for this good, there is no negative effects anymore. But what if I want to take the self I'm going to bus in and there are 50 people in the bus and every one of them has a cell phone. My device will know to modify their all electromagnetic field of every if I'm modifying emf of my phone. But my electromagnetic pollution, electromagnetic smog in that bus will be not my phone, that's why I have the life too personal that acts as a protection from surrounding electromagnetic pollution.
Lisa Beres 46:44
Yeah, or if your cell phones not in the two meter. And then you would want that personal device. Okay, so that's an end, you guys, these price points are like very affordable, plus you get the 30% discount code that we mentioned at the top of the show. So, this is an investment in your health. I mean, health is the greatest wealth. I could say that a million times. And you know, these are things we live in the modern-day technology. And we have to actually prioritize this. We can't just sit back and wait for legislation to catch up. We know that's not happening 25 years later, they still haven't adjusted those standards. So, and I wanted to get Dimitry into how to test okay, so unlike other blockers that we talked about, you could use an EMF meter to test if it's actually blocking the radiation coming to you. But you guys, because of your technology, the only way to test would be an EEG, is that correct?
Dimitry Serov 47:36
Yes, naturally, the first thing comes to people's mind, okay, I'll take EMF meter, I'll just see if it's changed. I mean, a, we're not blocking the EMF, therefore, EMF is a record. But even if we did reduce the number, what really doesn't need EMF cummulative effects, we have 34, you now have 12? What does it really mean? Only adequate, only adequate response to the question whether you know this type of device is working or not is your physiological response. But the electromagnetic field in one way or another with and without the device is either ours or somebody else. So, we just launched a series of videos on our website, shot a demo of a life, EG 18 channel brain scan was recorded and conducted by a neuroscientist. His name is on the video, he's from California, you can look him up. We have a couple of subjects and we recorded everything in the studio in LA. And you can see exactly how the product works and what it does. Now, this is just one method. We have other methods, but all and it's not only our product is all the products out there, you should only look at the physiological response. Because when I'm taking a PS, I got a big smile on my blood like you need to see physiological response before during after.
Lisa Beres 49:00
Right and how are you feeling? I mean, I'm sure that we know the sleep disorders is a huge part of this electromagnetic radiation exposures. This is a huge pandemic of sleep disorders. People aren't getting quality sleep; they aren't sleeping through the night. They're having insomnia. They're waking up not rested. So, it's like every aspect of they can't fall asleep because they're so wired right? They feel and you hear people say that I feel so wired. I can't relax, I can't unwind. So is this something that you hear a lot from customers, that they noticed their sleep improved?
Dimitry Serov 49:30
We have a lot of testimonials on our website and comments on social and letters of sending us that they have improved on all these parameters. Now, most of the people that feel dramatic difference is like going from a cold bath to hot bath they feel it these people right. They also feel the difference but it's just not like comes in way like boom, like, wow, like, right? Yeah, you need to look at our testimonials with people saying many hundreds and 1000s of people send us comments that they found a lot better. And not just with sleep disorder with many others.
Lisa Beres 50:17
Right? Yes, many other things that I do want to say if you're listening and you have electromagnetic hypersensitivity that you're not crazy, you know, and you're not alone. And there are, and I love how you said Dimitry.
Dimitry Serov 50:29
There are millions of people just in the US officially that a lot of people that are hyper to electromagnetic field, they don't know that they're hyper to the electromagnetic fields.
Lisa Beres 50:38
Yeah, they think they're going crazy, right?
Dimitry Serov 50:42
You know, they start to watch their data, like something is wrong with them, you really don't know what's wrong with you, and not always.
Lisa Beres 50:48
And the doctors don't know. Yeah, physicians here in the US have no idea about that. So, what give us some symptoms, Dimitry, that someone would know that they're having hypersensitivity issues.
Dimitry Serov 50:58
There are many simple many, but one that is very, very common, this lack of concentration and brain fatigue, when you just sit down working with a computer, or you get a phone to read through the social media, you know, you're going through the feed, right? And suddenly, you have like a fog and array of these are the things that automatically will call it as an EHS. But there are many others. There are many, many, many doctors in the US that actually be ignorant. For that you can find them. But this is going to be your, you know, standard, like, it's going to be a you know, these are not Yeah,
Lisa Beres 51:39
It's not going to be your primary care; you're going to have to probably go to an environmental MD.
Dimitry Serov 51:43
But you can get diagnosed for EHS in every US city, I'm sure multiple times.
Lisa Beres 51:48
Yeah. And I think a good indicator is when you are out of that environment. I mean, people I know, when we first heard about this, they had to sleep in tents outside, just to get relief. So that can be a clue to that you feel better when you're away from all the technology, things are off when you're around a lot of it. So last question. Dmitry, tell our listeners some of the hotspots in our home, what are the main areas that we need to be concerned about in our homes.
Dimitry Serov 52:13
The main place that you need to really concern about is where you sleep.
Ron Beres 52:18
O.k. so, sleeping environment?
Dimitry Serov 52:21
Tere is just that one place that you want to have EMF blocker is a game. That will be just one. I mean, in my case, I have it in my bedroom, in my kid�s bedrooms, in the office where it sits right now because a lot of the time I'm working from home and I'm home right now. And I have in my car because I live in Toronto. And any commute here is an hour. Like no matter where one hour.
Lisa Beres 52:49
Sounds like LA.
Dimitry Serov 52:53
The car no matter what your groceries is like two hours.
Lisa Beres 52:57
You would fit in LA perfect. Yeah.
Dimitry Serov 53:01
But, LA has different scenery when you're stuck in traffic, parts of it. There is no snow and ice on their own.
Lisa Beres 53:07
Oh, gotcha. Yeah, no, we wouldn't know what to do. We can't even handle rain here. We're kind of babies that way. We flip out if there's rain, right? It's like I can't go to the store.
Dimitry Serov 53:19
I really enjoyed this conversation with you all. You guys are so positive. You made my day. I'm seriously like talking with you and seeing your faces the emotion and just being with you. And you guys made my day. Seriously.
Ron Beres 53:35
You made our day, too, Dimitri. That was excellent.
Lisa Beres 53:37
You made our day and you're going to make a lot of people's day who are listening because your devices are so incredible. And thank you for bringing this to the consumers in the population. And for you know, taking that that next step, because there is nothing else like Aires Tech. And I'm not being paid to say that that is my opinion. There's nothing else like it, it�s very different technology. And again, eight peer reviewed studies to back it up. So, don't waste your money on anything that can't back it up with science guys, because there is snake oil out there. I've seen it. So anyway, but it was really nice to meet you and see you in person too. Thanks to Zoom. Thanks, God, we can do that. Now with all this technology, the good parts of technology.
Ron Beres 54:15
So, remember, friends, you can still be connected in the wireless age while mitigating EMFs.
Lisa Beres 54:23
Dimitry, thank you so much for being with us today. Again, you have so much passion and knowledge to share with the world and we thank you for making our homes and work environments safe for all of us to enjoy without the need to abandon our technology.
Ron Beres 54:38
Friends if you'd like to learn more about Aires Tech solutions, head now to Airestech.com That's AiresTech to shop. They've got you they got your furry friends and your family covered.
Lisa Beres 54:52
And stay tuned next week friends and get ready to up level your health. See you then. Bye everyone.
Ron Beres 55:00
Bye Everyone take care.
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