EMF’s Are Ubiquitous and Certainly a Big Part of My Story:

There is no medical cause for your symptoms? So your thyroid’s been checked, there’s no hyperthyroidism, no chronic disease diagnosis? Not suffering from ALS, MS, bowel disorders, obesity, diabetes?  But there is that low level perpetual stress and fatigue and your doctors are giving you a clean bill of health?  It appears as if it’s all in your head? Well, they are right, at least in part.  Your greatest mitochondrial density is in your brain and in your heart.  Our chronic exposure to electro-smog creates free radicals which decimate mitochondrial and nuclear DNA. The end result is mitochondrial dysfunction, which we now know is at the heart of most chronic disease.

Symptom control

You can take supplements like L-Theanine. It increases the brain neurotransmitter GABA, which relaxes the brain and puts us into alpha-state. Add to that things like passionflower, lemon balm and other calming herbs.  Magnesium, the king of mito repair, can also help to a degree. The box-breath is a tremendous technique to calm the nervous system. But these are all band-aids.  Shielding is the only permanent solution to EMF exposure.

My experience

This comes from my personal experience. I had PTSD. When I was born. the umbilical cord was wrapped around my neck and I had an atopic ureter.  I had birth-related PTSD. There was no clear indication that I had it or that it had any bearing on my behaviors or my personality.  I had very low-level subconscious beliefs that there was something trying to kill me, all the time, because I was born into a world where my biology and my nervous system were compromised.

I carried it with me.  And how did this effect my adult life, my decline in health, my psychological well-being and my eventual journey into EMF exploration?

Does this resonate at all?  Do you want to find out more? To be continued in the next Founders Note.



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