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Choosing the Right EMF Blocker for Your Home

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Finding The Right Protection from Electromagnetic Frequencies and Radiation

EMF protection is a growing concern. We have countless electronic devices and a growing number of wi-fi, Bluetooth and 5G waves all around us. Many may not be aware that all of the devices that we know and love have electromagnetic fields around them and these can interact with our cells and impact our health. Enter EMF blockers.

EMF blockers are various products and devices that can help reduce the amount of interaction you have with the countless invisible electromagnetic frequencies around you. While EMFs are not as directly hazardous as more intense forms of radiation like X-rays, science is still discovering the growing impact as our device use increases.

In the same way society is still discovering the impact of microplastics or potential pitfalls of climate change, the impact of our increased time spent in direct contact with our phones, computers, and the mass of electronic devices and other frequencies at work so closely to our bodies.

EMFs can increase your chances of developing certain cancers, heat cells, alter cellular behavior and shape and there’s even the potential it can affect our DNA. While it’s not a critical issue yet, as we automate, chase faster Internet speed and spend more time with our devices, EMF blockers will become the new norm.

EMF blockers help keep a given space clear of EMFs. It can neutralize or block EMFs or harmonize the area to limit their effect on you. This can help in protecting your body, children, or even pets from radiation. 

This post will cover the basics of selecting EMF blockers and best practices for finding the right set-up for your living situation.

1.   Identify Your EMF Needs

Before investing in an EMF solution it’s important to locate what are heavy sources of EMFs in your home. There can be different sources of electromagnetic radiation in your home like Wi-Fi routers, televisions, cell phones, smart meters, and electrical wiring.

It may be worth investing in an EMF detector or meter so you can understand the full scope of EMFs in your home. This is also an opportunity to strategically plan where you keep EMF heavy devices in your home. For example, you can create EMF-free zones in your home and invest in EMF blocking solutions for rooms like offices or TV rooms which tend to be more device-heavy.

Checking levels can also help you get a clearer picture for the type of blocking solution you want. This can also help you gauge the coverage area and strength of the product you’re seeking.

2.   Establish The Coverage Area

After locating your sources of EMFs, you may want to reorient the electronic devices in your home. This might be creating different zones. For example, you’ll never want to keep a pet’s bed near a wi-fi router. Since you’re investing in an EMF blocking solution you may want to have a wall, room, or fixed area for EMF-heavy devices.

This will help you determine the type and strength of the EMF blocker you need. Also, determine the dimensions of the area you want to protect. This can help you choose an EMF blocker that can adequately cover that area. For larger spaces, you may need multiple EMF blockers or products designed for broader coverage. For example, you may pair an EMF blocking paint with an EMF device or maybe you want to have an EMF-blocking netting over a few of your devices.

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3.   Research Your Products

Now that you have a clearer idea of the specs you need to cover, examine what type of solution fits best. You’ll want to consider the materials and what is in alignment with your lifestyle and goals. 

EMF blockers are typically made from materials that can shield or absorb electromagnetic radiation. These materials might include shielding paints, fabrics (like mesh or netting), or conductive materials like aluminum or copper. You’ll want to examine what solution(s) are best for the EMFs you’re trying to block and what might work for your home and budget.

Additional things to consider are effectiveness. Like with many trends there can be devices out there that are looking to take advantage of cautious people. Be sure to check that your prospective EMF blockers have been tested and certified for their effectiveness. The shielding effectiveness is measured in decibels (dB) and indicates how much radiation the material can block. The higher your dB ratings usually signals better protection.

4.  Weigh Your Options

In addition to doing adequate research you’ll want to examine a few different factors. Consider the ease of installation and usability of the EMF blocker. Some products, like shielding paints or fabrics, may require more complex installation, while others, like EMF-blocking cases for devices, might be more straightforward.

You’ll also want to consider the ease of installation, and compatibility issues that may arise from using certain products. Sure, you want to block EMFs but you will still want to be able to have Internet access and not potentially damage any products.

Additionally, you’ll want to consider how the products work. For example, some EMF blockers require grounding to effectively function. You’ll want to ensure that your home set-up can properly ground the product so it functions correctly. You don’t want to invest in a product and have it not function properly. Speaking or price.

Of course, you’ll want to weigh the cost of the various solutions on the market. EMF blockers can vary widely in price, ease of use, coverage area and effectiveness. Determine your budget and look for products that offer a good balance between cost and protection.

5.   Test Effectiveness

Another reason you may want to invest in an EMF meter is to check the efficacy of your EMF protection. While EMF blockers can help reduce exposure to electromagnetic radiation, they may not eliminate it entirely so you’ll want to check the levels.

You will also want to check your work. After all, people make mistakes. You can also experiment with placement, combining EMF products and find a way that works for you.

One great solution to consider incorporating into your EMF protection plan is Quantum Upgrade. Quantum Upgrade allows you to purchase a steady stream of quantum energy to a fixed space. Quantum energy is pure positive energy, in addition to neutralizing EMFs it can also help boost your personal vitality, and ensure the energy of a space is ideal.

You can combine a quantum upgrade subscription for your office with a device, shield, or other blocking solution.

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EMF protection will become a more serious concern as our use of electronic devices only continues to increase. In the same way we’ve had to consider blue light blocking glasses and screen time monitoring apps  we will have to consider the toll of EMFs.

Luckily, there are solutions out there. Hopefully these tips can help you find the right solution to keep your home as EMF-free as possible to ensure that you and your family protect your health while using your devices at your leisure.