Are EMFs Making You Sick?


The American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM)  recently released a statement recommending Physicians take into consideration a patient’s total exposure to electromagnetic frequencies when making a diagnosis as well as during treatment.

In addition, the AAEM has told its Physician Members to keep in mind that in certain illnesses, EMFs could be an underlying cause.

While this flies in the face of traditional Medicine, it shows that more forward thinking Physicians are beginning to understand that a great portion of what ails modern man is his modern technology. 

The AAEM was founded in 1965 to help Physicians and Researchers better understand the impact of man’s environment  on his health. The organization has focused on biological and chemical pollution in the past, and is now beginning to look at the impact of EMF pollution.

Based on Double Blind studies, the AAEM lists health conditions that would benefit from avoiding exposure to EMFs. Some of those conditions are:

  • Heart disease such as irregular heartbeat, flushing, edema
  • Pulmonary conditions such as chest tightness, shortness of breath
  • Gastrointestinal conditions such as nausea, belching, acid reflux
  • Skin issues such as itching, burning and pain
  • Pressure in ears and tooth pain
  • Autonomic nervous system dysfunction
  • Musculoskeletal symptoms such as pain, muscle tightness, spasms
  • Neurological conditions such as tingling, numbness, drowsiness, head and neck pain, depression
  • Neurodegenerative conditions (parkinson’s, alzheimers)
  • Austism, ADD
  • Pregnancy

The AAEM recommends that Smart Meters be removed from all homes for those who are experiencing any of the conditions listed above.

In conclusion:

“Physicians of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine recognize that patients are being adversely impacted by electromagnetic frequency (EMF) and radiofrequency (RF) fields and are becoming more electromagnetically sensitive.”



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