What EMFs Are
(and Why They’re So Bad for Us)
Well actually, not all EMF is bad.
There is such a thing as natural electromagnetic frequency (which is what EMF stands for) in the body, which typically operates in the 1-10Hz range. The problem is with man-made or “non-native” EMF, with levels at 60 Hz frequency (or higher) found in power lines or cell phones—and up to 70 GHz (many times more powerful) with frightening new 5G transmitters being rolled out.
The biggest problem with EMF, according to Doctor Martin Pall, Ph.D., is that it increases intracellular calcium. Calcium plays a critical role in many of our body’s processes. So when there is excess calcium and the signaling is thrown off, your entire system gets disrupted.
I see this especially in many of the highly EMF-sensitive clients I work with.
Their adrenals (and stress levels) are severely irritated by the constant exposure; and they have difficulty sleeping, digestion and energy get thrown off...
... their whole system is a mess!
Dr. Pall is paving the way to helping us understand this process of disruption. Across 26 papers of research, he’s shown that EMFs work by activating voltage-gated calcium channels (VGCCs), which play a key role in your cellular function (which is everything).
This causes about 1 million calcium ions per second per channel flood into your cells — and your cells are about 7 million times more sensitive in their outer membrane (where VGCCs reside)... when compared to your body’s sensitivity to “heat” (which is the standard that the CDC and other organizations base their safety assessments on.)
That’s a lot of technical info, I realize.
But what it means is...