It's All About Radiation
We are all surrounded by radiation
- at home, at work and out on the road.
We all use domestic appliances, computers and
cordless phones throughout the day.
All of these are sources of electromagnetic
radiation, as are GSM and UMTS masts.
Scientific studies confirm that
radiation can have an adverse effect on the
body. Radiation can also affect the way a person feels
mentally. Our products are designed not only to eliminate the adverse effects of radiation but also to support and enhance the natural energy of
What is Radiation?
(Electromagnetic) radiation is essentially energy that is transmitted in the form
of electromagnetic waves or particles. These waves differ in terms of their type, wavelength and
frequency and can be flowing or blocked, which is what happens when they are briefly interrupted by a mobile or
cordless phone for example. The length of the wave is directly related to the frequency (the number of waves per
second). At the low-frequency end of the spectrum it is possible to make a distinction between electrical fields
and magnetic fields. We do not make this distinction here. We refer to both as radiation.
Sources of Radiation
Most people know that mobile phones emit radiation. But there are also many other
sources of radiation that can be experienced as very disturbing.
Examples of possible sources of radiation inside your
- cordless phones
- dimmer switches and lighting transformers in the home
- energy-efficient and fluorescent light bulbs
- the electrical system in the home
- baby monitors
- halogen transformers
- induction hobs
- electrically adjustable beds
- electric blankets
- wireless communication networks (Bluetooth, DECT, WiFi)
Examples of sources of radiation outside the home:
- GSM and UMTS masts
- high-voltage cables
- power supply systems for trains and trams
- satellite transmitters
- terrestrial radiation (the radiation emitted by the earth)
- transformer cabinets
Physical Ailments and Hypersensitivity
There are various factors that determine whether radiation has an adverse effect
on a person’s health.
Among other things these include:
- the frequency of the radiation (the number of waves per
- the intensity of the radiationthe shape
of the radiation
- the duration of exposure to the radiation
- the sensitivity of the person exposed to the radiation
Because we are all different, we experience the effects of
radiation differently. The symptoms that can occur depend on the individual. The intensity of the reaction
to radiation also differs from one person to another. People who experience severe symptoms as a result of
exposure to radiation are said to suffer from electromagnetic hypersensitivity
(EHS). It is also common for people to (initially) experience less pronounced sensitivity to
radiation. However, ailments such as fatigue and headaches should not be ignored. Many
electro-hypersensitives have found that symptoms that start out as mild can become more severe.
Ailments linked to radiation
- chronic fatigue
- lack of concentration
- restlessness (disorders such as ADHD)
- psychological problems
- high blood pressure
- flu-like symptoms
- muscle pain
- asthmatic conditions
- skin problems
- a general feeling of being ill at ease
Various studies have shown that there is a link between radiation and
Some have even suggested that the use of mobile phones increases the risk of a brain tumour.
More information from independent sources can be found on our Publications