Non-ionizing EMF exposure has been linked to a range of symptoms, including headaches, fatigue, sleep disturbances, dizziness, concentration difficulties and memory loss. Studies have also suggested that exposure to large levels of high-frequency EMFs may damage the nervous system. Other studies have found tentative support for EMF symptomatology.In addition, research has suggested that exposure to non-ionizing EMFs may be associated with an increased risk of cancer in children, although further research is needed.Common sources of non-ionizing EMFs include power lines and electrical appliances in homes and workplaces, as well as naturally occurring sources such as the earth’s magnetic field.Finally, a study conducted on rats found that exposure to a 50 Hz magnetic field generated by an EMF generator had adverse effects on embryonic development and reproductive system.
Other Conventional Citations:
1. EMF Exposure: Danger Levels, Symptoms, Protection, and More
Low- to mid-frequency EMFs. This is the non-ionizing type of radiation. It’s mild and thought to be harmless to people. Household appliances …
2. Electromagnetic Fields and Cancer – NCI
These EMFs are in the non-ionizing radiation part of the electromagnetic spectrum and are not known to damage DNA or cells directly. Low- to mid …
3. Non-Ionizing Radiation (EMFs)
EMFs are a type of non-ionizing radiation that emit low-frequency radiation without enough energy to break off electrons from their orbits around atoms and …
4. ionizing electromagnetic field with a frequency of 50 Hz in Rat …
The non-ionizing radiation fields with its low frequency, long wavelength and low leverage do not have enough energy to release an electron from its orbit.
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