A Scientist's Heart
by Melissa Hayes, M.S.
“Nobody can do it quite like you.” ― Carol Mossa
These words were spoken in a meditation session in relation to our breathprint, which is as unique as our imprint on the world.
This applies to each of us.
If you would have told me―five years ago―I would be speaking about Wireless Radiation someday, I would have laughed and said you needed more sleep. Of course at the time, I was in desperate need of more sleep, right along with millions-to-billions of others.
Then I would have asked, “What’s Wireless Radiation?”
The thought had never crossed my mind. I became increasingly glued to my cell phone and laptop looking for answers to my health challenges and sources of inspiration. I assumed these devices were safe.
I would have never guessed our devices are relying upon outdated U.S. exposure limits from 1996.
This is more than a quarter of a century ago―when many people were using flip phones as their sole device.
We are relying upon these 1996 standards to assume our current devices and cumulative levels of Wireless Radiation are safe, despite ample evidence of biological harm. Source 1; Source 2; Source 3; Source 4; Source 5; Source 6
For more information, including 11,000 pages of court evidence, please click HERE.
If more people knew of this information, would it affect their purchasing decisions and time-use habits for Wireless devices?
Imagine you have a car with power brakes that were deemed safe in 1996. As the years continue, the car manufacturer updates the body style and features but continues to rely upon the same power brake safety standards from 1996. Since that time, there have been over 11,000 pages of court evidence demonstrating harm from this braking system.
Would you continue to trust your existing power brakes? Would you buy a new car with those same outdated safety standards?
How is it we hear about nearly every nationwide microbial infection in salad lettuce, yet this landmark court case against the FCC is rarely discussed?
Many people have been harmed by Wireless Radiation, and many people are currently experiencing challenges to access basic services―such as groceries and medical facilities―due to the close proximity of cell towers, antennas, Wi-Fi routers, Smart Meters, and radiating Smart devices. I am one of them.
This creates a substantial density of electro-smog for our bodies to handle.
It is important to remember we are mammals with an innate electrophysiology that magnificently powers our bodies.
Consider one of the last attempts to save someone’s life with a defibrillator:
This is an attempt to put electricity back inside the body.
From the National Institutes of Health, “Defibrillators are devices that send an electric pulse or shock to the heart to restore a normal heartbeat.”
This electric spark is our vital life force.
We are born with it, and we die without it.
How is Wireless Radiofrequency Radiation not discussed more widely as a confounding variable when thousands of animals drop dead from the sky and/or wash up dead on beaches?
The confounding variable of non-native Electromagnetic Radiation has increased markedly during the same data timeline as these tragic environmental events.
This same logic applies to humans and our current public health crises.
We are not lacking evidence of the biological impacts of Wireless Radiation. We are lacking societal exposures to the evidence: Source 1; Source 2; Source 3; Source 4; Source 5
It is my heartfelt hope to raise awareness of this topic, so we can improve the living conditions of our planet.
Wireless Radiation is a biological stressor variable that can be modified back to reasonable levels with collaboration and care.
It is not too late.
It requires our help and awareness.
To read the full letter from Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon to the Chairwoman of the FCC: https://ehtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/Governor-Gordon-Letter-to-FCC-.pdf
Many people are mindful of their health but have never thought to consider the invisible factor of Wireless Radiation detracting from their efforts. I was one of them.
I remember telling my doctor years ago, I felt as though I was being electrocuted. He laughed mildly, eyes on the computer screen. “Anxiety. Erythromelalgia. Have you tried…?”
I knew I was experiencing something different from textbook anxiety because my nervous system challenges would vary wildly between homes and other locations. This was independent of the circumstances or the seasons of life. I would feel fine in some environments and anxious as though I was being electrocuted in others.
Nature was always my safe haven.
Having a scientist’s heart since childhood, I sought to identify which variables were driving my systemic inflammation. Now having learned about electro-smog and our innate electrophysiology, I finally understand what was straining my health and nervous system.
After making a few shifts to my habits and home environment to minimize exposures to Wireless Radiation, my body became freed to regain homeostasis and heal. My symptoms went away on their own.
Those years of night terrors and hypervigilance? Gone. Anxiety? Gone.
Do I still feel nervous at times? Of course. As Tiger Woods said in response to his own nerves before a tournament, “Nerves are good. That means you care.”
I was hard on myself for years for having a sensitive nervous system. I didn’t understand why I couldn’t just “get over it.” My nature is one of logic, and it irked me I couldn’t “think” my way out of this nervous system challenge. I couldn’t “feel” my way out of it either. Truthfully, I couldn’t feel anything other than inflammation, fear, and physical pain.
The gritty life of chronic illness.
I tried many other approaches to heal before realizing the invisible toll Wireless Radiation was taking on my health and nervous system. In hindsight, it makes sense.
Ancestrally, our hearts would only be racing in response to a threat, such as a tiger or a bear chasing us.
This would be a cued threat to our survival, so it is appropriate our hearts would begin to race to mobilize action against the threat.
Wireless Radiation was causing my heart to race in ways that are now medically referred to as: tachycardia, anxiety, hypervigilance, heart palpitations, POTS, and insomnia.
By removing this environmental and biological stressor, my body was able to re-find its innate equilibrium and heal.
Wireless Radiation was the invisible tiger in the room.
For more information, the Environmental Health Trust has a wealth of resources on their website, including peer-reviewed science and infographics to reduce our exposures to Wireless Radiation while the regulations catch up with the science: https://ehtrust.org/educate-yourself/ten-steps-to-safe-tech
I wish I would have come across this information earlier in my health journey, but it’s true what they say: better late than never.