If you frequently use or are in close proximity to cell or cordless phones, computers, fluorescent lights, hair dryers, microwave ovens, televisions, x-ray machines, frequent flyer, drive a hybrid or electric car or other electrical devices, then you should be aware of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommendations for safe exposure to EMF. The standard unit used in measuring EMF intensity is “Gauss.” Potentially harmful and cancer causing EMF emitted from many common household sources are measured in milligauss (mG) units.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommended levels for safe exposure to EMF range from .5 mG to a maximum of 2.4 mG – with 1.0 mG as a preferred standard. Adverse human and animal biological effects have been found at 2.5 mG.
Here are eight acidic toxic sources that may be harmful to your health.
1) Computers: 4 tp 20 mG
2) Hair Dryers: 60 to 20,000 mG
3) Microwaves: 100 to 500 mG
4) Television: 5 to 100 mG
5) Cell phones: 15 to 300 mG
6) Airplanes: Over 100 mG by the engines can exceed over 500 mG
7) Hybrid Cars: Over 100 mG
8) Electric Cars: Can exceed 300 mG.