Monday – Thursday: Plumbing
Tuesday – Thursday: HVAC
Wednesday: Windows and back doors
There were about 10 workers in our house at one time on Wednesday. It can happen!
More anticipation….framing finalities, electricity and looking forward to the big framing inspection….
EMFs = Electromagnetic Frequencies
The more we learn….the more decisions we need to make. The research shows that our bodies being bombarded like never before by electricity, radiation….microwaves, wifi, cell phones, cordless phones, iPads, tablets, etc., including dirty electricity from the wires in the wall.
Excerpted from The Truth About Cancer’s website, 17 Ways to Minimized Exposure to Dirty Electricity & EMFs:
The most common producers of electric fields in a home are electrical power supplies and wiring in the walls. For American households, the standard AC (alternating current) voltage is 60 hertz – which means that every bit of electricity in your home switches from negative to positive 60 times every second. Since our time is mostly spent at home or at work, our body’s cells are always in a constant battle of attraction and repulsion. Therefore they never really get much rest.
Many homes in America have electric fields between 2,000 to 3,000 millivolts (mV) which is far greater than what is considered safe levels of exposure. What’s more, electric fields commonly extend at least six feet from their source – and they can affect us even when our appliances are switched off.
A major health problem that arises from constant electric field exposure is the disruption of our pineal gland’s production of melatonin, thus not allowing us to have deep sleep that’s vital for repairing our body. This one disruption leads to many other complications such as constant fatigue, increase in allergies, insomnia, and depression in the long run.
Read the full article: https://thetruthaboutcancer.com/dirty-electricity-emf/
There’s a lot to consider as well as simple steps to reduce the EMFs in anyones home! We’ve learned a lot – which we’ll share on upcoming posts over the next couple of weeks…