Electronic Smog

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Therapy for Electronic Smog

Wifi SignalWe still see the effects of smog from the Industrial Revolution in England, however we have a new kind of smog that we cannot see.

Factory SmogThis topic is still widely disputed in the press and scientific circles. However there are numerous reports which describe the effects of electromagnetic fields and warn of their impact on health. Mant therapists operating with naturopathy have long known that this radiation exposure is not only involved in triggering or aggravating some diseases but that regulatory methods of therapy do not work so well on these patients. There are excellent BICOM programs which remove the effects of radiation exposure thereby making subsequent follow-up therapy more effective. Yet this does not remove the cause of the problem. In over 90% of cases the place where the patient sleeps is the main cause of the problem.

Andrew GoldsworthyAndrew Goldsworthy is an Honorary Lecturer in Biology at Imperial College London. He retired from full time teaching in 2004 but still gives occasional lectures there in specialist subjects such as food irradiation and the (exorbitant) energy cost of modern food production.

His interest in the biological effects of electromagnetic fields dates back over 30 years but has only recently come to fruition with the publication of a new theory that explains many of their seemingly weird effects in simple physico-chemical terms. It was first published (mainly in relation to plants) in Plant Electrophysiology - Theory and Methods, Ed AG Volkov (Springer 2006). This was followed by an Internet publication in 2007 (which can be viewed on this site) entitled 'The Biological Effects of Weak Electromagnetic Fields', which deals with their effects on humans and animals and, in particular, the dangers from mobile phones.

The article also includes a section that draws attention to the remarkable similarity between the symptoms of electrosensitivity and those of hypocalcemia (low blood calcium). This is interpreted as being due to both electromagnetic fields and low blood calcium removing structural calcium from cell membranes to produce similar physiological effects. It is argued that electrosensitive individuals may already have a slightly low level of calcium in their bloodstream so that electromagnetic exposure 'pushes them over the edge' and they develop hypocalcemia symptoms. If this is correct, it raises the possibility that conventional treatments for hypocalcemia may remove some if not all of the symptoms of electrosensitivity.