EMFs are the electric and magnetic components that are created by voltage through electric devices that you use daily in your home or work settings. Nearly every appliance that uses electric energy, such as cordless phones, cell phones, microwave ovens, televisions, computers, hairdryers and vacuum cleaners, emanate electricity.
Exposure to Artificial Sources of EMF
The flow of current that goes through electrical devices can increase or decrease in strength. If the device is turned off, it only produces electric fields. When turn on, magnetic fields are produced. The greater the electric current that flows through the devices, the stronger the magnetic field will be. Every living being, from infants to pets, children and adults, is affected by the exposure to EMFs. The EMFs circulate within the body and may have varying effects on cell metabolism.