I have already written about a simple exercise which can help you counteract electro-magnetic field (EMF) disturbances from mobiles, Wifi and other EMF pollution (Blog posted in September 2014). Today, I would like expand on EMF problems and let you know about the health damage that can be created by Smart Meters.
Touted as the latest invention to make your life easier and help you save money, Smart Meters have already been installed in many households in the UK, with the promise that by 2020, every house will be connected to the Smart Meter grid. The promise is that they will help you monitor your electricity, gas and water usage and you won’t have to rely on estimated bills any more because the energy company can access your meters remotely. So far so good.
What they are not telling you is that there are serious health concerns around Smart Meters. These are so significant that Smart Meters have been banned in Germany.
Hair loss and alopecia in particular can be caused, among other things, by a disturbance of the body’s electro-magnetic field. This can happen if you have had a bad fall, a car accident or have had a strong blow to the body.
The electro-magnetic field can also be disturbed by Wifi, cordless phones and Smart Meters. Smart Meters transmit intense bursts of microwave radiation in your home 24 hours a day. There is extensive evidence that links microwave radiation to severe health problems such as brain tumours and cancers.
Symptoms that have been reported from exposure to Smart Meters include
- memory problems
- concentration impairment
These symptoms can occur after just one minute of being exposed to the pulsation from a Smart Meter.
And there are other concerns. It turns out that
Smart Meters don’t actually help you save money.
Smart Meters are vulnerable to space weather and cyber attacks
Smart Meters will allow your details to be accessed by third parties
If you are concerned about your health and about your hair, do not have a Smart Meter installed in your house.
Smart Meters are NOT compulsory as confirmed by the UK Government.
If you already have a Smart Meter, turn it off. And tell as many people as possible to turn theirs off.
For more information, go to www.stopsmartmeters.org.uk