Although it cannot be seen, tasted, heard or smelled, our nervous system does discern radiation from electronic and wireless devices. According to K.M.W. Janssen MSc, this can lead to overstimulation and can contribute to the development of various health and behavioural problems in children, including ADHD, ADD and autism. According to her it is important to prevent the proverbial bucket of stimuli from overflowing. She thinks parents can gain a lot by increasing awareness of radiation.

The use of wireless technology has risen enormously in recent years. Wireless internet, tablets, mobile phones and wireless game consoles have become an integral part of the lives of our children. Scientific publications increasingly point out that the radiation from these devices can have a negative impact on children's behaviour; only recently the Dutch RIVM included the effect of radiation on the behaviour of children as an environmental health risk in a report.

For K.M.W. Janssen MSc this is nothing new: she is one of the therapists who has already had this type of radiation on the radar for years as a possible (contributory) cause of ADHD, ADD, autism and health problems. Janssen, who studied medicine in Maastricht, is the founder of the Kindigo Kei Method and author of the book "Raising children consciously”. Janssen: "My assumption is that the cause of a problem, whether it's a behavioural problem or a health problem, arises from overstimulation. The stimuli that cause this can come from the outside world. Think of all the impressions and information a child has to process on a given day, air pollution, passive smoking and increasingly radiation. Stimuli can also come from within. Through, for example, improper diet, infections, medication and vaccination. Also, unprocessed emotions and negative thoughts can cause internal overstimulation. Problems arise when the proverbial bucket overflows and the stimuli are no longer processed (optimally)."

"The difficult thing about radiation is that you cannot see, taste, feel or smell it, which gives the impression that it is not there and therefore has no effect. Nothing is less true. Even though we are not consciously aware of it, our nervous system does, as it were, 'feel' the radiation and can become overstimulated. This is especially the case with those children who by nature already have a more sensitive nervous system, the so-called high sensitive children. But even in children with a less sensitive nervous system the bucket can fill up. Therefore, radiation should be on the radar of every parent: for after all, prevention is better than cure."

"In my practice I have noticed that radiation sometimes is the main cause of problems; but more often it is a factor causing the bucket to become half full or overflow. When a child’s bucket is already half full, it has more difficulty processing stimuli and becomes (even) more sensitive to the effects of radiation. When the bucket overflows, external stimuli such as radiation can no longer be processed and the radiation load manifests itself as a form of internal overstimulation. As a consequence, the body becomes even more imbalanced. For radiation can cause a change in the vibrational frequency of the cells, making cells function less optimal and cooperate less effective. Overstimulation leads to all kinds of biochemical changes in the cell producing waste. This can have a large share in the development of complaints. With one child these are reflected in changes in behaviour and with the other child in health problems. For me, awareness of radiation is a part of a larger picture: providing a healthy diet, plenty of exercise, a good night’s sleep ánd obtaining a radiation conscious attitude. For every parent a lot can be gained by the latter.