Living in a smart house changed my life. EMFs almost killed me. Thankfully, I figured out what was making me so sick and removed the WiFi and many other sources of radio-frequency radiation (RFR) from our home environment.
So many people ask me how to avoid EMFs. The most important thing to do is remove all sources of wireless radiation from your home. For more information on the generators of EMFs, which range from smart meters to digital assistants like Alexa, check out my article called, Simple Steps to Reduce EMFs.
WiFi is another source of EMFs found in the home. If you do remove WiFi from your living environment, you’ll have to plug your computers into the wall. It’s really ugly to have cords everywhere, but being sick all the time isn’t exactly pretty. So this decision was very simple for me. If you’re ready to let go of constant radiation in your healing environment, I can teach you How to Plug Your Computer into the Wall. It’s super easy!
If there’s resistance to removing the WiFi from your home entirely, you may want to take a smaller step. You can turn off your WiFi at night. It’s quite simple. All you need to do is put a timer on your router.
I’m often asked, why do I need to use a timer to turn off my WiFi? Well, you really don’t. If you prefer to walk over to your WiFi router every night and turn it off that will work too. It’s far easier though to have it on a timer since it will happen automatically and it’s one less thing for you to worry about each day.
Putting your WiFi on a timer will also control your teenager’s use of WiFi at night. Further, if you take away their cell phones at night as I outline in my article called, Kids and Cell Phones, you’ll protect your children even more. For further information see my write up called, Are Cell Phone Dangerous.
Do you turn off your WiFi at night? Do you still use WiFi in your home? Leave a comment and let me know your strategies for dealing with the toxic damage caused by radio frequency radiation in your home.