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Schlaflosigkeit Monday, 21. August 2017 Insomnia and its consequences

A common cause of sleep disorders is the electrosmog to which we are exposed to daily. This affects our natural geomagnetic field in a negative way. This disruption of the Earth's natural magnetic field can lead to difficulty falling asleep or...

Friday, 18. August 2017 Is technology burning us out?

Awareness about the commonality of mental illness has certainly increased in the last two decades. Burnout is one of the most commonly reported illnesses in the working world. The cause of this illness is permanent stress, as burnout is a...

Thursday, 10. August 2017 What does radiation do?

Living our daily lives without electricity is almost unimaginable. You may only become truly aware during a power outage what it means to be without power – and that many things in our everyday life just wouldn’t work without electricity.

Elektrosmog Wednesday, 02. August 2017 ELECTROSMOG – an everyday enemy

There are lots of reports, and numerous horror stories, about the topic of electrosmog. But what's the truth on the side effects of the technological revolution? Is it really harmful for our health to run electrical appliances on standby or be on...

Strahlung Monday, 31. July 2017 Why our bodies need good radiation

You cannot escape the phenomenon of electrosmog in the high-tech world of today. The exposure to electrosmog is only going to increase in the coming years though because of an increased use of wireless technologies in everyday life.

Schlafstörungen Monday, 31. July 2017 Melatonin & the effect on our sleep

Melatonin is a hormone that controls the sleeping pattern of people - the so-called circadian rhythm. It is produced in the pineal gland from serotonin. It is also produced in other places in the body, for example in the digestive tract.