A: Yes, a written report is provided within 10 days via email for all onsite assessments. The report includes an overview of EMF, measurements taken onsite, and recommendations.
A: A ballpark figure is about 2 to 3 hours, with smaller homes sometimes taking less and larger homes sometimes taking more. The length of time onsite can also depend upon the number of questions you have, the amount of wireless gadgets you have, and whether or not findings require further investigation, such as determining the source of an elevated Magnetic Field.
A: Consider purchasing the book, “Unplug – How to Survive and Thrive In a Wi-Fi World Gone Wild,” by Sam Wieder. At less than 100 pages, and with the affordable price of $9.95, this highly readable book is a good resource for people who want to learn about EMF and how to make their home and office environments healthier, but are overwhelmed with where and how to start.
Q: I'm electrically hypersensitive and it's causing problems with my family and friends. They just don't understand. No one does. Are there any resources you can recommend that I could use to educate them?
A: Hang in there, friend! Awareness of this issue is growing. There are a number of great resources out there, including websites, videos, books, and blogs. Here are just a few:
Jeromy Johnson, who is electrically hypersensitive, has compiled a large amount of information on the topic on his website. ElectroSensitivity UK has a wealth of information on their website, as well.
Blogger Alison Main, an artist and talented writer who suffers from the same affliction, shares her story along with the mysterious origins of her “superpower,” that of being able to detect invisible EMF.
Search for a Golden Cage illustrates the difficulties people face who are electrically hypersensitive.
When all else fails, try humor. Like the video above, Technophobe also demonstrates the challenges folks face, but it does so with humor, and ends with an upbeat message that everyone can benefit from, regardless of their health status.
If you’re not ready to purchase a Gauss meter or RF meter, you might consider renting one from a site such as Neuert Electromagnetic Services.
For electric fields, consider purchasing a body voltage meter from Less EMF, with a two-foot grounding stake purchased from your local hardware store.
A simple hand-held, battery-powered AM radio can also be very helpful in identifying sources of harmonics (dirty electricity).
A: Try the website www.antennasearch.com; it doesn’t list all of them, but it does capture many of them. Once you type in your address, maps with the location of antennas and towers within a 4 mile radius of your home will appear.
A: There is significant disagreement within the scientific community as to what is and is not considered healthy. I subscribe to Building Biology Institute’s Standard although it can be very difficult, if not impossible to achieve levels of “No Concern” recommended on pages six and seven of this Standard, due to the proliferation of wireless technologies in particular.