3 Easy Ways to Reduce the Stress you get from EMFs
3 Easy Ways to Reduce the Stress you get from EMFs
Written by: Marisol Teijeiro N.D. (inactive).
Medically reviewed by: Victoria Williams R.H.N.
Est. reading time: 5 minutes.
Do you ever feel like you get stressed out super easily? Chest tight, heart pounding, body overheating – you’ve tried everything to de-stress, but you feel like your body is in ‘fight or flight’ mode. Does this sound like you? I’ve been there too, and one of my silent stressors was electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs). You see, EMFs can actually increase stress on your nervous system1. It wasn’t until I figured out 3 easy ways to protect my body from the effects of EMFs and stress through Queen of the Thrones® Castor Oil Liver Packs, a Castor Oil Compress Kit and my Harmoni Pendant that I understood the impact EMFs were having on me.
Could EMFs be putting more stress on your body without you knowing?
EMFs are all around us, wherever there is electricity or wires, cell phones or cell phone towers. The closer that you are to the power towers, wires, or cellphone towers etc, the more you may notice an impact on your body – if you’re sensitive (not everyone is). But if you are, you notice it greatly. Even if you’re not sensitive and may not be FEELING the effects, there are still things happening deep down inside that are negatively impacting your life.
You’re an energetic being, you have a frequency, a vibration – just as everything does. So imagine it like this; if the ground is vibrating underneath you, like in an earthquake, you’re going to vibrate too!
Therefore, EMFs can exacerbate:
• Problems sleeping
• Headaches and pain
• Brain fog
Do any of these sound like you? That was me too. All of these are signs of excess stress on your body.
The more stress that’s on your nervous system, the harder it is for you to recover from the negative effects of EMFs and radiation.?
This isn’t where I tell you to move to the country, switch to dial-up internet and get rid of your microwave. You don’t really need to do any of those things, there are easy ways to make your body more resilient, so that silent stressors don’t keep you trapped in that dreadful ‘fight or flight’ mode.
3 Ways You Can Protect your Nervous System from EMF Stress
1. Castor Oil Liver Packs To Balance your Stress Hormones
Tension and stress inhibits our bodies’ natural ability to have a bowel movement, keep calm and sleep, and added EMF stress certainly doesn’t help these things.
The ancient health practice of Castor Oil Liver Packs sets the foundation for better health, better stools, better sleep and LESS stress.
The soft compression of the Castor Oil Liver Pack on the skin helps you to:
• Balance your stress hormones.
• Naturally move your body into its ‘rest and digest’ state.
• Promote the production of your feel-good hormone dopamine2, as well as oxytocin3, the ‘love’ hormone.
2. A Sleep Mask To Help you Relax as you fall asleep
Wearing a white Castor Oil Eye Compress Kit to bed balances your natural day and night hormonal rhythms and increases melatonin4, which helps you get better sleep and have more resistance against dirty electricity. Sounds like a win-win, right?
Since I usually only wear my castor oil liver pack and my sleep eye mask overnight, I also found this amazing tool that has been shown to reduce the impact of the EMFs all day long.
3. Wearing The Harmoni Pendant to Protect you from EMFs
Wendy Myers is one of the world’s leading experts in stress therapy & detoxification, and she’s created a beautiful piece of jewelry that actually protects you from EMFs!
The Harmoni Pendant was designed to harmonize the body’s natural electrical frequencies and energetic pathways and is proven to lift your central nervous system out of fight or flight mode.
Wearing an EMF protection device, like a Harmoni Pendant, is the easiest way to shield yourself, your family, and your loved ones.
Similar to the castor oil liver pack and sleep hygiene mask, these pendants are easy to put on everyday without having to change your life and they’re beautiful, too!
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