We live in a world where everything is accelerating to the point where even our perception of time is changed. The progress of technology is also accelerating. We have less and less time for our social relationships, our health, our leisure, we all run out of time. The paradox is that the more our society modernizes, the less time we have. And especially less time to take care of our health and that of our loved ones.

This social acceleration and the acceleration of our pace of life is the result of technological acceleration. The number of patents filed each year is increasing exponentially, especially for computers, smartphones, and communicating technology in general.

Of course, each progress is a source of benefit for humanity, but each medal has its reverse.

For example, mobile telecommunication networks have allowed humans to learn, to communicate and to exchange, and these networks, although invisible to the eye or to the ear, are physically present and are sources of real physical disturbances.

Without most of us realizing it, these pollutions disturb and permanently upset our own energy, causing chronic fatigue, headaches, dizziness, anxiety, stress, depression, a decrease in libido.

The WHO (World Health Organization) has classified the waves emitted by cell phones, tablets etc. as potentially carcinogenic.

However, these technologies are imposed on us and at the same time become an integral part of our daily modern life: we will never be able to do without them.
It is up to us to find a way to make the harmful side of these technologies disappear so that we can keep only the benefits!

The scientific community has not yet decided on the long-term effects on health of a low but regular exposure to electromagnetic radiation.

Do we have to wait until it is scientifically proven in 10 or 20 years to act?

Tobacco was introduced in Europe in the 16th century as a medicinal plant, and even at the beginning of the 19th century, doctors did not generally see any great danger in smoking. Tobacco company lobbies defended the harmlessness of tobacco and nicotine for decades, and it was not until the middle of the 21st century that the first studies firmly proved its harmfulness. It was only in 1999 that the WHO forced the tobacco industry to control the growth and worldwide spread of tobacco and all its by-products.

What about electromagnetic waves and how to protect yourself from them?

Of course, you don't have to wait for the harmful effect of waves to be scientifically proven, and there is a very simple and effective way to reduce this aggression that we suffer every day: you stop the aggression with the patch that you stick on all your devices likely to emit or receive electromagnetic fields.