WiFi Radiation – Dangers of WiFi – See It Measured – How To Remediate WiFi Radiation

Published on Dec 6, 2012 by EMF Safety Zone

This video provides a simple, yet profound lesson. The radio frequency radiation being transmitted from your wireless router or modem is extremely toxic and detrimental to your health. Notice how high the measurements are on the RF meter! Most of us are living and working in this type of RF radiation exposure every single day and night. The fix, or remediation is simple. Plug your modem or router into your computer using an Ethernet connection (hardwire), and “disable” the wireless function on your modem or router. This is very important for the health and safety of all those in your home or office. If you need to use the wireless function, then turn it on for a short time, do your task or watch your movie, then disable it once again. Never leave your wireless internet on all night as it will cause sleep disturbances which lead to even worse health issues. The fix is simple! Ethernet cord and disable the wireless function. If you would like to purchase the Acoustimeter RF Meter as shown in the video here is the link to my eBay store: http://stores.ebay.com/Healthy-Joyful… In addition, I sell on Amazon under the business name: Naljor Creations

4 thoughts on “WiFi Radiation – Dangers of WiFi – See It Measured – How To Remediate WiFi Radiation

  1. I don’t have Wifi in my house, just an non-Wifi cable modem. Even if people do turn off these devices in their homes, there are still other emitters such as “smart meters”, Wifi “hot spots” and cell phone towers all over the place. It’s no wonder we all feel lousy so often. Combined with chem-trails, other sources of radiation (Chernobyl, Fukushima, etc.), I’m surprised we’re still alive at all.

    1. Another reason I’m glad we live in the mountains–no cell phone towers. We have a smart meter, but it is not attached to the house but is about 30 feet away (still bad but not as much). Another bad thing about wi-fi routers is that they can be more easily hacked unless the password is changed often. Thanks for the post.

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