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As is the theme with all my blogs, I am trying to show people the small changes they can make in their personal lives and daily routines which can have great effects for their health and wellness. With this particular blog, I do not want to force opinions on anyone, just encourage people to read more about the topic and then keep learning, like I am, and ultimately come to their own opinions. 
It is no secret that we are consumed by technology on a daily basis - we are reachable 24/7 and we rarely resist the temptation to check social media, emails and text messages. Technology makes us so connected globally but at the same time never enables us to completely switch off, which in turn causes stress. Beyond these surface level effects, it's also great to be open-minded about the potential negative effects of electricity and technology that may be having an impact on the health of our bodies, even if we can’t see or feel it yet.

Electrosmog is by definition an invisible electromagnetic non-ionizing radiation that is created from the use of wireless technology and mains electricity i.e., electrical appliances (low-frequency) and baby monitors (high-frequency). Naturally as we are developing as a digitalized world and with smart home solutions for example, our exposure to electrosmog is increasing at work, school, in our cars, in public and at home. 
Research about electrosmog and its effects on the body is ultimately still ongoing and inconclusive. For me personally, I have educated myself as much as I can with the information that is out there and have also tried some products that are currently on the market to protect against EMF radiation but ultimately my opinion is evolving. I can say though that I have had a good experience with using products that protect against EMF radiation so far and have felt some positive changes in how my body feels after introducing some of these products into my life. If you are interested in exploring this topic further, the best book I can recommend is called, “The Invisible Rainbow - A History of Electricity and Life” by Arthur Firstenberg and if based on your learnings you would like to try some EMF radiation protection solutions, there are a growing number on the market that you might like. 
Ultimately, limiting electrosmog exposure is something else to try, to help improve the way you feel day-in-day-out as we grow and continue to open our minds to new and different possibilities - just because you can’t physically grab something, doesn’t mean it's not there. Maybe this is a game-changer for you, maybe not, but I think the one thing we can all agree on is: lets limit our time with technology, don’t let it consume us and spend as much time as we can enjoying the outdoors and spending quality time with our loved ones. 
JG x

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