With so many complicated discussions surrounding health right now. Here’s something simple you can do today:
1. Move your charging stations out of the bedrooms. This is #1 for a reason. Most people do not realize that they are being exposed to EMFs from the charging cords as well as from the actual phone.
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We’ve talked about it before,
We’ll talk about it again. THIS IS SO IMPORTANT:
“MEN’S REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH: CELL PHONES, SPERM AND FERTILITY
A 2017 analysis of over 40, 000 men in 50 countries found a 52.4% sperm decline in men from North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Environmental exposures from plastics to chemicals to cell phone and Wi-Fi radiation are likely an important reason for this decline. Animal studies in female animals have found impacts to ovaries and the female reproductive system as well.
Consistent evidence from experimental research, epidemiological studies and in vitro (cells) laboratory, and in vivo (animal) studies shows that the radio frequency radiation exposure from wireless devices is associated with men’s reproductive health issues including:
Reduced sperm count
Reduced sperm motility and concentration
Damaged sperm DNA
Altered sperm cell structure
Increased erectile dysfunction…
Find out the rest of the story here:
Researcher and building biologist Paul Doyon has just spent the last 18 months in China. He’s written a brilliant article laying out the evidence. And how you can protect yourself—an EMF based protection strategy. Warning: this is a heavy science based article with nearly 100 references to studies—neither Paul or myself want to be accused of fear-mongering.
Countries Not Implementing or Trialing 5G (or only trialing 5G on a very limited basis) Have Lesser Cases of COVID-19
Belgium, for example, on the other hand — which had decided not to even trial 5G, let alone implement it, due to radiation concerns — had only one case, who recovered, (when I originally wrote this article) but now has had 267 (March 11, 2020) cases, mainly due to people with the virus coming back from Italy, and no deaths.
If one takes the time to look at the countries with the most COVID-19 cases going down to the countries with the least, and the countries implementing 5G, to those trialing it, to those having not even trialed it, one will definitely notice a trend aligned with not only the number of COVID-19 cases, but most likely also the severity of cases.
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