Minimize EMF Danger

We should all do what we can minimize EMF danger in our life. Here are few things you can do to make your home and work environment a safer "electronic" place.

  • When possible, buy Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Class B rated computer equipment.. Class B emits less radio frequency pollution than Class A, and is more suitable for the residential environment.

    You can screen your home yourself with these simple tests with a compass or AM radio.

    • Strong EMFs will make the needle of a compass not work properly.
    • And static on an AM radio will be increased when high concentrations of EMF are present.

    Of course, for a more accurate test, there are professional consulting firms that have sophisticated equipment that will give you a much more accurate picture of the EMF dangers you might face.

  • Wear Mangetic Insoles to minimize EFM danger where ever you go. This will ground you. A muscle test will prove it. It is best to get someone knowledgeable in Kinesiology to test you, but you can test yourself if you know what to do. Magnetic insoles are affordable and last for 100 years.

    Using a light when working at the computer can elliminate the electromagentic field created by traditional lighting. It is easier on our eyes and our minds.

    Human beings weren’t meant to be indoors all the time. Sunlight is the natural form of light, and its day and night cycle promotes better sleep, daytime alertness and energy. Ordinary electric bulbs cannot produce the sun’s balanced range of light wavelengths. KenkoLight can. It brings the outdoors into your home or office with full-spectrum light as invigorating as sunshine — without glare, eyestrain or the sun’s potentially harmful UV radiation. KenkoLight features energy-saving LED technology and flicker-free operation, for use as a desk lamp, room lighting or anywhere.

    Light therapy is a way to treat seasonal affective disorder (SAD) by exposure to artificial light. Seasonal affective disorder is a type of depression that occurs at a certain time each year, usually in the fall or winter. During light therapy, you sit or work near a device called a light therapy box. The box gives off bright light that mimics natural outdoor light. Light therapy is thought to affect brain chemicals linked to mood, easing SAD symptoms. Using a light therapy box may also help with other types of depression, sleep disorders and some other conditions. Light therapy is also known as bright light therapy or phototherapy.

    KenkoLight is supplied with an adapter to operate with standard AC house current. A brightness control dial adjusts KenkoLight to any desired level of illumination. The weighted base ensures stability. An integrated USB port allows you to connect or recharge a USB 2.0-compatible device. Back to EMF Dangers