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EMF Exposure

Toxic EMF or electromagnetic frequencies are present in our daily environments. There are several types of electromagnetic radiation or EMR that our bodies are exposed to every day. The electromagnetic spectrum may be visible to the naked eye, like the light spectrum, but most of them are invisible. Examples of EMR that we may be constantly exposed to are:

  • Radio waves
  • Microwaves
  • Infrared Radiation
  • Ultraviolet Radiation
  • X-rays
  • Gamma Rays

When you’re exposed to these EMFs on a daily basis, something called intracellular calcium concentration increases. Intracellular calcium is responsible for processing enzymes, cell division, and exocytosis. This basically means that the amount of calcium in a cell increases, it can over-function, proving fatal in many cases.

EMFs activate the voltage-gated calcium channels (VGCCs) located in the outer membrane of the cells. This high voltage condition is a breeding ground for cancer. The excess calcium in the cells also increases nitric oxide and superoxide. When the two react together, they form peroxynitrite, which is a highly potent oxidant stressor. Peroxynitrites break down to form reactive free radicals such as hydroxyl, carbonate, and NO2 radicals, which can create massive damage to our cells. On its own peroxynitrite can also do extreme damage.

The activation of VGCCs can ruin the mitochondrial function of the cells and cause severe damage to the cell and DNA. As it destroys the cell membranes and cellular proteins, the aging process dramatically accelerates, leaving you looking and feeling older.

The most common form of electromagnetic radiation is radio frequency, which can either be ionizing and non-ionizing. Non-ionizing radiation pertains to frequencies that are perceived as relatively harmless to human beings.  Examples of this are extremely low radio and power frequencies. The most recognizable examples of non-ionizing radiations are the waves emitted by cell phones, microwave ovens, MRIs, televisions, and other telecommunication devices.

On the other hand, ionizing radiation means forms of radiation that are so harmful that prolonged exposure can cause cell damage and DNA mutation. This includes x-rays, radon, sunlight and cosmic rays.

From simply being near these sources, our bodies absorb the energy from them, increasing our risk of cancer. Studies show that too much exposure to x-rays can definitely lead to cancer.

Studies indicate that EMFs reduce the levels of the hormone melatonin in our body. Melatonin is the hormone responsible for our body’s sleep and wake cycles. It also has the ability to reduce the harmful side effects of chemotherapy and suppress tumors. More studies are being conducted on EMFs to further refute what we were made to believe that low frequency non-ionizing radiation is harmless.