We welcome back Heather Lane to the show. She was a guest in June of 2015 and at that time, was suffering from electromagnetic hypersensivity, a sensitivity to electromagnetic fields, especially microwave radiation. Symptoms include headache, fatigue, stress, sleep disturbances, skin prickling, burning sensations and rashes, pain and ache in muscles and many other health problems. Heather had found a location to live in northern California that was for the most part free of symptom producing electromagnetic fields.
During that time very few people were reporting about EHS. Fortunately there is much more information on this topic and documentaries such as Generation Zapped to provide insight into how ubiquitous wireless microwave radiation is harming biological life on this planet.
About 9 years ago, on this show we focused in on the various sources of microwave radiation in our environment including cell phones, cell towers and so called smart meters. In past interviews guests such as Amy Worthington explained the types of harmful effects from exposure to microwave radiation and RF such as 24 hours of cell phone use equals 1600 chest X-rays. Its important to remember that wireless radiation opens the blood/brain barrier, allowing access for aluminum and sodium fluoride.
Most people pressing cell phones to their heads don’t realize that the manufacturer had warned users against holding the device up against the body, because of potential health hazards. These cautions were intentionally withheld in the United States. It was pointed out in a study that some people will feel heat, headaches and weakness from wireless radiation but some people won’t feel it. Yet in both cases, human red blood cells adversely react to the microwave radiation with effects known as stacking, bottle capping or their movement slows down.
Guest – Heather Lane returns to talk about how she has recovered from the worst of electromagnetic hyper-sensitivity and she expounds on a powerful healing technique called Neural-rewiring which is a relatively new field of research.