> In the day: use Stetzer filters to reduce static field radiation.
Stetzer filters make a lot of people worse, for various reasons -- they only filter a small spectrum of frequencies, in the process of filtering those frequencies they make other (possibly more harmful) frequencies worse, they have large magnetic fields in their immediate vicinity, they cause problems if a person has an outlet that is incorrectly wired.
Me, I got immediate sharp pains in my head from Stetzer filters, also other shunt capacitor filters from other companies.
I have no problem with linear filtering from Furman, or Noise Harvestors from PS Audio.
Dr. Klinghart should be commended for being way ahead of his medical doctor colleagues on the EMF issue. The advice he gives is a bit questionable in areas, and some of the things he recommends in this interview are things that I have tried that have made me worse.
My current doctor said that she once got a new patient who had previously seen Dr. Klinghardt. She had spent US$20,000 over two years on Klinghardt, and made no progress whatsoever (I never heard if that changed with the change in doctors)
"Radiation opens the cell wall, letting calcium entering the cells.
It collapses the voltage of the cell wall.
It breaks the ion channels of exchange between inside and outside of the cells: toxins cannot come out well, nutrients don't go well inside.
Toxins can come in more easily as these channels are broken by low voltage (due to that Calcium problem).
this is published in papers.
Heavy metals go inside cells, and cannot come out: mercury and lead."
So that explains why when I am exposed to more EMR and consuming more calcium my chemical sensitivity goes through the roof, before recently I could barely handle coins without a problem. Got a shield for my monitor and got a bit better on all fronts and was kinda confused before I read that. Not perfect but I've made progress and can handle much more now.
And yes there is a android app for measuring frequency ranges, I believe it's called Advanced Spectrum Analyzer and it picks up auditory frequencies that we can't hear or at least not well. I definitely feel and hear the ringing if it's quiet though. It's somewhat worse here according to it than my old place. I checked out the readings in a family member's place out of curiosity where I tend to feel more at ease and they're nothing like both of my living spaces. It's kinda like there's a constant fluctuating biologically offensive tone in the air between 18.1 khz and 20.6 khz everywhere according to this constantly spiking. In the place I feel more at ease it's constantly lower with only occasional spikes around 15-16 khz. I have no idea what the source is except that near a router it goes nuts but there's also another worse source of it I can't pin point.