EMFs are electromagnetic fields—invisible lines of magnetic force that emanate from frequencies with electric and magnetic properties. There are natural sources of EMFs, from things like lightning and sunlight, and there are unnatural EMFs that are produced by man-made electricity and wireless communications.
What are EMFs?
COMMON SOURCES OF EMF
A microwave produces 100-500 from about 4 inches away. As the microwave ages the seal weakens increasing the amount of EMF released.
Cell towers contain antennas and emit a higher frequency microwave that can travel up to 45 miles away.
While modern day TVs produce much less radiation the levels of EMF have increased as our TV's have gotten smarter connecting to WiFi and other networks.
Computers produce between 4-20 mG from about 4 inches away. The closer you are the stronger the electromagnetic field.
While WiFi doesn't produce EMF with high frequencies,in todays modern world there is barely a time where we are not exposed to WiFi EMF.
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