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We Are All Electromagnetic Beings

by gLou Stevens
The human body grounds electromagnetic radiation in the environment because of the electrical conductivity of our body. All living systems are based on electromagnetic energy. It is true that man-made electromagnetic radiation is not the only source of random photons in the environment, but the problem is these frequencies which we have never encountered before are a whole different spectrum of frequencies than the living system uses.

People exposed to artificial electromagnetic radiation have been observed to have symptoms such as sleep disorders, headaches and migraines, chronic fatigue and exhaustion, over sensitiveness and internal unrest, memory processing disorders, general weakness and susceptibility to hormonal disorders. Scientific and medical research has given us a basis to undertake a strategy that will prevent the identified sources of “electrosmog”. The necessity for finding integrated solutions that consider the health aspects is supported by the World Health Organization (WHO) and other international institutions.

For example, understanding how the environment is impacting one’s health is key to creating a safer home environment. Limiting our usage of high-tech devices gives us the ability to reduce some of the harmful health effects that many experience from the constant exposure to the synthetic electromagnetic fields being emitted from our high-tech devices.

The other side of this proverbial “electromagnetic field” conundrum is to learn about and begin using Positive PEMFs (pulsed electromagnetic fields) equipment and devices that are specifically designed to counteract the harmful effects that occur from lengthy exposure to devices that produce high levels of electromagnetic fields that disrupt our physiology.

gLou Stevens is the founder of Optimum Health & Wellness Complimentary Alternative Therapies. For more information, visit

May 2020



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