What is electromagnetic pollution?

Electro-pollution is a term used to define the artificial invisible fields that exist in our homes and environment. Here are the five main sources of pollution also called electrosmog.

Microwave or radio frequency radiation is generated by cell phones and towers, home wireless phones, wireless communication: internet, games, alarm systems, baby monitors, smart meters, microwave ovens and others.

Magnetic fields are produced by high-voltage power lines and electronic devices, electrical wiring errors, plumbing current, electric motors, transformers, baseboard heaters, fluorescent lights, etc.

Electric fields emanate from the electrical wiring system in walls, ceilings and floors, all electrical/electronic appliances, lamps/lighting systems and household appliances. These devices or cables do not need to be turned on for an electric field to exist.

Electrical pollution (high transient frequency) is created by several energy-efficient appliances and light bulbs that exist in our homes. These devices hatch (cut) the normal flow of electricity to reduce consumption and can superimpose higher frequencies on the electrical system.

Pollution by light vibration is produced by the transmission of a “flicker” through bulbs, computer screens, televisions and other devices that produce light and are transmitted to the eyes. Our eyesight and body are designed for natural light! Since the arrival of artificial light, people have suffered from vision problems and neurological problems due to the frequencies transmitted.