Why I Was Scolded In The Waiting Room

Last week when I was on vacation, I stopped by a chiropractic office to get a tune up after driving for hours.

As I was sitting in the waiting room, the doctor came out and bluntly asked me to put my phone on airplane mode.

Later he told me he had patients that were so sensitive to EMF's, that when they were near activated cell phones, they would experience negative symptoms.

I told him, "You don't need to have everyone put their phones on airplane mode, all you need to do is remediate the phone so it's not causing problems."

Later, I showed him how he can protect his patients against EMF's so they won't have to worry about making everyone around them put their phones on airplane mode.

Cell phones are not the only source of harmful EMF's.

EMF's are everywhere.

Just about anything with electricity, electronics, or earpieces will have some type of negative effect on the body.

Recently, a patient came in my office who was parked under an industrial light that was loudly buzzing.

(FYI - Have you ever noticed when the city changed your street lights from the warm yellow incandescent street lights we had growing up, to the cold white LED lights they now use, there is often a buzzing noise when the lights are on?

The new LED lights may be saving on energy, but they're not saving your health.

Not only are they causing more light pollution as the sky lights up like a full moon when they are on, but this type of light is a blue white light that has been known to reduce melatonin secretion in humans.

Melatonin is a hormone secreted by the pineal gland in the brain at night.

Why is Melatonin production at night important?

Besides balancing male and female hormones, it also helps regulate your thyroid and adrenal glands which is very important for energy, ability to handle stress, and reducing inflammation.

Melatonin also balances your circadian rhythms of sleeping and waking.

Low levels have not only been linked to poor sleep patterns, but also dementia, mood disorders, pain, type 2 diabetes, and even cancer.

LED's use high-frequency AC electricity instead of the typical 60 Hertz, adding unintentional radiation in the form of 'dirty electricity,' creating irregular surges and spikes of electricity along the power lines…NOT GOOD.)

Anyway, my patient noticed when she had the remediation product near her ear, it literally blocked the buzzing noise made by the LED streetlight. (See video above)

What does that mean? Two things:

  1. The buzzing noise is associated with electromagnetic radiation
  2. The remediation bracelet she was wearing has a protective effect against EMF's

Here's the takeaway. The more aware you are of the harmful affects of EMF's and the more you protect yourself from the damage they create, the better health you will experience.

Have a Terrific Tuesday!

Dr. Derek 'I miss the yellow streetlights' Taylor