This episode addresses a growing concern which begs the question, “how safe are cell phones, tablets and the WiFi we are surrounded by? According to EMF expert Lloyd Burrell they are something we need to have a clear understanding of. Lloyd was living his dream, moving to France to start a business venture. One day out of nowhere (it seemed) he became sick and his life became a “living hell.” After stumping Doctors and Specialists he realized that it was EMF exposure (from his cell phone) that was making him sick and he made it his mission to find out why.
After exhaustive research he found out that the technology we so revere had the potential to cause numerous health issues including infertility. In this interview Lloyd talks about the effects electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) had on his health plus independent research that shows that EMFs and RF (Radio Frequencies) have the potential to damage us on a cellular level. He discusses the research on cell phones effects on sperm health as well as recent findings which link similar exposure to decreased fertility (in women) and increased miscarriages.
We discuss the fact that this technology is most likely not going away so how do we protect ourselves in this technology driven world. Lloyd is a very solutions driven guy so he gives great practical tips to safeguard ourselves and our children (born and unborn). This episode is a real eye opener and you will be safer, happier and healthier (and sleep better) implementing just a few changes.
About Episode Guest
Lloyd Burrell is the founder of ElectricSense.com. His website offers solutions to the growing number of people whose health is being compromised by exposure to wireless and similar technologies. Since falling prey to a violent reaction to his cell phone in 2002 Lloyd has spent more than 10 years researching the effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) on health. He is the author of an eBook entitled “How To Beat Electrical Sensitivity” which offers a solution to the growing number of people whose health is being compromised by exposure to wireless and similar technologies.