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Being an EHS person

I am 42 years old(2015), working from home on this info site (since 2010) and the eStore site (since 2012), also being an activist for EHS and EMF awareness. In 2012 I left the Hi-Tech industry after 15 years, 8 of them as an EHS person. I now have a wife and 2 young kids.
Being an EHS person means that your whole life is affected by exposure to electromagnetic radiation. In order to lead a normal life, you must learn to control your exposure to electromagnetic radiation. It means that you have to be “on the watch” 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 12 months a year. Being an EHS person means that you can actually feel electromagnetic radiation and that when you feel it, you feel bad. Being an EHS person means that when you’re exposed you can suffer from headaches, fatigue, confusion, memory loss and other symptoms which Electromagnetic radiation can cause. Before I learned to control my exposure and to protect myself, I suffered from a severe and constant headache that took 18 months to fade away. During the last couple of years, I’ve tried many methods and techniques to reduce my exposure, to ease the pain and reduce the effect that Electromagnetic radiation has over me. After a while, I was able to minimize the overall influences and their effect on my life.

Now 11 years into being an aware EHS person, I want to share what I’ve learned with the world and especially with other EHS persons. I’ve learned that you must take control over your life and be proactive. You must Know which radiation sources make you sick, You need to Monitor the radiation, to Reduce the radiation and to Protect yourself. In today world no one will do it for you, and the price you will pay if you don’t act is unacceptable.

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