I have a number of clients where electro-magnetic field disturbances (EMFs) have caused problems with their hair.
The body has its own electro-magnetic field as the body is essential electrical in nature: nerves in the body fire electrically, and wherever there is electricity, there is also a magnetic field. It is therefore important to drink lots of good quality water throughout the day, as water is a good electrical conductor which helps nerve impulses travel faster.
Problems can arise when you are electro-sensitive and are using your mobile a lot or are surrounded by WiFi equipment. The external artificial sources of electro-magnetism disturb your body’s own electro-magnetic field. This can result in your brain frequencies being distorted which in turn affects the structures in the brain that govern hormones.
Make sure you do the following:
- Keep your mobile at least 6 feet away from your head at night. NEVER sleep with your mobile under your pillow or have it next to you on the bedside table unless it is switched off.
- Avoid WiFi equipment in your bedroom. Unplug it at night. Putting it on standby is not enough.
- Avoid having a cordless phone in your bedroom or on an adjoining wall to your bedroom, especially if the wall adjoins the head end of your bed.
- If you have a cordless phone in your bedroom, unplug it at night at the socket or the phone frequencies will interfere with your brain frequencies.
- Text rather phone on your mobile wherever possible.
- Use earphones to avoid overheating of your head/brain.
- Change cordless phones back to corded ones if possible.
I had a 19-year-old student who had diffuse hair loss on one side of her head. This grew back only when she started using earphones for her mobile.
A 39-year-old male client suffered from fuzzy-headedness, problems concentrating, ringing in his ears and hair loss until he removed the cordless phone on the other side of the wall to his bedroom.
I usually check for EMF sensitivity free of charge when I carry out a full hair/nail sample test.