Electro-Magnetic Fields Remediation
The easiest way to reduce your exposure is turning off smart phones, Wi-Fi and all wireless devices when not using them, or replacing them by wired connections, turning off breakers for the bedroom circuits at night, or moving away beds or furniture from high EMF fields.
That may seem extreme to you at first, but it is the best way to prevent health problems later in life.
Shielding is the next step: based on the EMF testing results, building biology recommends different shielding options, sometimes done by steps, followed by measuring the fields again and moving on to the next step. RF signals bounce on different surfaces. For example, after shielding the wall your neighbor’s Wi-Fi comes through, other RF sources may come from other directions. Retesting the fields shows if more needs to be done or not.
- Black paint or graphite paint is the most cost effective in many situations. It will block more than 99% of the signal with one coat. You then cover it with the color of your choice
- Aluminum window screens (they block the Radio Frequency fields because the mesh holes are smaller than the signal width) or transparent shielding films for windows
- Aluminum foil works for walls, attic, and floors
- Bed Canopies made of cotton or polyester with copper/silver treads inside
- Same material by the yard, to use as curtains or on walls and doors, or to make protective clothes
- Electric fields are easily shielded with grounded mesh, foil, graphite paint, shielded power cords…
- Magnetic fields are often caused by wiring code violations which need to be corrected up to code. When caused by appliances or other sources, shielding is then the only resort, but very expensive. First step is to keep a distance from the source, then shielding
- Dirty electricity is addressed with special filters, but is reduced first by cutting off the many sources causing it when possible