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3 possible effects of electromagnetic radiation

Many different sources of radiation can be present in the home and these can be divided into natural and artificial radiation.

What types of  radiation are there at home?

Possible sources of radiation:

  • Earth radiation  ✓
  • Water veins  ✓
  • Earth’s magnetic field  ✓
  • Power grids  ✓
  • Wireless networks  ✓
  • Mobile phone towers  ✓

Possible effects of radiation

  • The production of melatonin can be disrupted. Melatonin is a hormone that regulates the body’s day/night rhythm. Jet lag, for example, is frequently a symptom of disruption to the supply of melatonin to the body.

 

  • Increased sleep disturbance and tiredness. A person who has problems falling asleep, or who wakes often in the night, could serendipitously be sleeping over water veins or earth radiation.

 

  • Depression. You wake up in the morning and have no energy. When you just don’t feel like getting up, it could be that electromagnetic rays have impaired your brain activity.

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