Wi-Fi And Your Anxiety, Is There A Connection?

December 11, 2014
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Hard to believe, I know. How in the world could something we don’t necessarily think of or even notice throughout our day, be the reason for my anxiety? Well let me be the first one to ever tell you this.

The Results Are In, And They Don’t Look Good…

Let’s take for example what The American Academy of Environmental Medicine had to say about the connection between wi-fi, and the effects it truly has on us:
“Adverse health effects from wireless radio frequency fields, such as learning disabilities, altered immune responses, and headaches, clearly exist and are well documented in the scientific literature,”

But before we can actually dig a little deeper into the connection between wi-fi and your anxiety, let’s first understand what wi-fi is;

Wi-Fi connects electronic devices to wireless computer networks (wireless LAN) using electromagnetic radiation. Wi-Fi is installed in homes, schools, offices, stores, hotels, coffee shops, airports, libraries, hospitals, public buildings and even entire sections of cities. Wi-Fi signals are, unlike TV and radio signals, strong enough to penetrate concrete walls.

Think of what it’s doing to your mind and body, let alone your kids. It’s also clear now that many health experts consider Wi-Fi radiation to be extremely dangerous. It is now estimated that 3-5% of the growing population is “electro-magnetically hypersensitive”.

Of course the governments think it’s safe, who trust those guys anymore though. The dangers to a humans health due to WI-FI radiation has been commonly dismissed due to the fact that it is actually incredibly convenient. But, scientific studies (news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/panorama/6674675.stm) tell us that when exposed for a set period of time to low-level electro-magnetic radiation, it can in fact cause many different health problems due to the fact that it disturbs the body’s own natural energy field. This causes things like:

  • A weakened immune systemwifi and anxiety
  • Headaches
  • Depression
  • ANXIETY
  • Memory Loss
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea
  • Ringing ears
  • Abnormal heart rates

Notice how many of the symptoms above mimic what we perceive within us to be ‘symptoms of anxiety,’ when in fact they just may be ‘symptoms of wi-fi’ (http://safespaceprotection.com/harmful-effects-electromagnetic-fields.aspx.

I’ve always been interested in how life’s constant improvements in nutritional science, exercising, and of course technology affects our minds and bodies in the short and long-term. I truly believe deep down after putting in the time to research this subject further, that a connection between our ‘negative’ feelings we have has something to do with the forces that we can’t see through our eyes.

Here are three things you can start doing today to protect yourself from wi-fi radiation, without eliminating in completely:

 

1) Switch Your Wi-Fi Off At Night

Studies say the greatest danger with radiation from wi-fi comes from nighttime exposure. So it’s a good idea to turn it off at night.

 

2) Keep A Safe Distance From Your Wi-Fi

Make sure you keep the maximum amount of distance you possibly can between you, and your wireless router. This is important because Wi-Fi radiation slows way down the farther you are away.

 

3) Switch Up Your Wireless For Wired Connection

Replace your wireless mouse ,wireless keyboard, printer and anything else you have that is wireless with wired versions with USB.

 

Let’s hear your opinions on this subject. Do you see a connection between WI-FI and anxiety? Could it be the invisible force that’s behind what you’re feeling? Share in the comment section below…

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8 comments on “Wi-Fi And Your Anxiety, Is There A Connection?

  1. MarkO911 Jan 31, 2015

    I have read about things like this for a few years now. It really makes a person wonder with all of the Wi-Fi spots around.

  2. Tiffany Jan 31, 2015

    Wi-Fi is a frequency signal, right? If your body is affected by it for long periods of time, it will certainly affect you. Good post here!

  3. I read stories in magazines about things like this. I was going to look up research on the topic and that is how I got here.

  4. Jodie Russian Jun 20, 2016

    I gave my body a break for a few months as
    I was feeling pain in my chest when downloading the Fetch software to my TV
    I felt like I was going to have an anxiety attack in my chest
    I have had this explosion once before (like a heart attack) whilst sitting at Mediterranean Café close to a newly installed Telstra tower
    The energy emitted from the Fetch TV connection generates uncomfortable vibrations in my lower face neck and chest
    It is overwhelming
    You think I am crazy but I had just had a beautiful bath and yoga session and felt so grounded and now the back of my tongue is still vibrating. How do I deactivate the wireless bridge and only use Ethernet to connect to Fetch TV?

  5. Sammy Jan 5, 2017

    I read about the effects from cell phones a few years ago. My anxiety started before the boom of wifi so I know that didn’t cause mine but I am sure it isn’t helping it either! I use a salt lamp and keep it on 24/7 next to my desktop. I think it has helped a lot. I also read that when you get proper lymph drainage the effects of wifi aren’t really a problem but most people live a secondary lifestyle so it is like a BAD domino effect!