What is Frequency ?
Frequency describes the number of waves that pass a fixed place in a given amount of time. So if the time it takes for a wave to pass is 1/2 second, the frequency is 2 per second. If it takes 1/100 of an hour, the frequency is 100 per hour.
We can measure theses frequencies ( as picture bellow ) in Human Body through medical equipment like X-ray computed tomography (X-ray CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and positron emission tomography (PET).
What is Electrosmog?
Electro-smog, also called E-Somg, refers to the magnetic, electromagnetic, and electrical fields that are produced synthetically. The radiation is ubiquitous yet inaudible, invisible, and odor-free. It affects the growth of cells and also disturbs the flow of information between the cells. It negatively influences the energy systems and pathways of our body. The disturbance in information is created by E-Smog that ends up fogging the brain. This condition occurs after using computers and mobiles for a long period of time.
This serves to the reason why people are often found complaining of headache and unclear vision after using computers for a longer period. The same has been observed with mobile phone users. The longer one talks over a mobile phone, the more walled in the head one is proven to feel.
TV and radio transmitters, radar installations, mobile phone base stations, and microwave ovens all generate high-frequency radiations. The radiations emitted by these sources,
when penetrate inside the body, convert into heat, which can affect and impair sensitive organs. In addition to this, domestic installations, such as, fuse boxes, electricity as well as extension cables, and main sockets all produce low-frequency electric and magnetic fields. Even if a person is using cordless phone he should know that he is exposed high-frequency electromagnetic radiation.
Albert Einstein once wrote, “If the bee disappeared off the surface of the earth, then man would only have four years left to live. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more people.”
Presence of EMF ( Electromagnetic Fields ) near us.
Technological devices have become essential components of daily life. However, their deleterious effects on the body, particularly on the nervous system, are well known. Electromagnetic fields (EMF) have various chemical effects, including causing deterioration in large molecules in cells and imbalance in ionic equilibrium. Despite being essential for life, oxygen molecules can lead to the generation of hazardous by-products, known as reactive oxygen species (ROS), during biological reactions.
These reactive oxygen species can damage cellular components such as proteins, lipids and DNA. Antioxidant defense systems exist in order to keep free radical formation under control and to prevent their harmful effects on the biological system. Free radical formation can take place in various ways, including ultraviolet light, drugs, lipid oxidation, immunological reactions, radiation, stress, smoking, alcohol and biochemical redox reactions. Oxidative stress occurs if the antioxidant defense system is unable to prevent the harmful effects of free radicals. Several studies have reported that exposure to EMF results in oxidative stress in many tissues of the body. Exposure to EMF is known to increase free radical concentrations and traceability and can affect the radical couple recombination. The purpose of this review was to highlight the impact of oxidative stress on antioxidant systems.
Electrosmog is responsible for a condition known as Electrosensitivity (ES) or Electrohypersensitivity (EHS). Symptoms include:
Disruptive sleep patterns
Hypersensitivity and erratic blood pressure
Behavioral patterns in children
Headache and nausea.
Teeth and jaw pains.
Ache in muscles and joints.
Children, the elderly and anyone with a lowered immune system are most at risk from the health effects.
The health effects from Electrosmog can take 10 – 20 years to manifest themselves, however for some, the effect can appear immediately Research shows that between 3% and 5% of the general population could be ES sufferers. In Sweden, for example, 285, 000 people (over 3% of the population) are registered as ES and claim disability benefit from the government
What are Brainwaves?
Brainwaves are electrical impulses in the brain. An individual’s behavior, emotions, and thoughts are communicated between neurons within our brains. Brainwaves are produced by synchronised electrical pulses from masses of neurons communicating with each other. Brainwaves occur at various frequencies. Some are fast and some are slow. The classic names of these EEG ( Electroencephalogram ) bands are delta, theta, alpha, beta, and gamma. They are measured in cycles per second or hertz ( Hz ).
Delta brainwaves ( 0.1 to 3.5 Hz ) are the slowest, highest amplitude brain waves, and are what we experience when we are asleep. In general, different levels of awareness are associated with dominant brainwave states.
Theta brainwaves ( 3.6 to 7 Hz ) brain waves represent a day dreamy, spacey state of mind that is associated with mental inefficiency. At very slow levels, theta brain wave activity is a very relaxed state, representing the twilight zone between waking and sleep.
Alpha brainwaves ( 8 to 13 Hz ) are slower and larger. They are associated with a state of relaxation and represent the brain shifting into an idling gear, waiting to respond when needed. If we close our eyes and begin picturing something peaceful, there is an increase in alpha brainwaves.
Beta brainwaves ( 14 to 30 Hz ) are small, faster brainwaves associated with a state of mental, intellectual activity and outwardly focused concentration. This is basically state of alertness.
Gamma brainwaves ( 31 to 100 Hz ) are the fastest and most subtle brain waves. Gamma rhythms modulate perception and consciousness.
The influence of direct mobile phone radiation on sperm quality.
Long–term semen exposure in the area of mobile phone RF–EMR leads to a significant decrease in the number of sperm with progressive movement and an increase in those with non–progressive movement.
Prolonged direct mobile phone exposure may bring about sperm DNA fragmentation
For men readying themselves for fatherhood, especially when registered fertility problems exist, it would be better to avoid holding a mobile phone in a trouser pocket for long periods of time.
As you can see in picture human body need near – 50mv to make a new cell and for function it should be- 25mv.