Professor Olle Johansson (who is a neuroscientist and expert on electrohypersensitivity)  is talking at a FREE summit on Alzheimer’s and dementia that is coming up soon.

One of the unfortunate truths of our times is that exposure to non-ionising microwave radiation (the type of radiation produced by cell phones, cordless phones and smart meters) can harm the brain and potentially lead to neurodegenerative disease.

That’s the bad news.

The good news is that if you want to keep your brain in good working order there are lots of things you can do such as eat well and avoid the use of mobile and cordless phones and say no to a smart meter.

(NB: There are useful tips to help you reduce your exposure to EMR at this link: http://www.naturalmedicine.net.nz/childrens-health-and-development/how-to-reduce-your-exposure-to-emr/  and www.stopsmartmeters.org.nz has information to help you avoid getting a smart meter.)

Plus the FREE online summit also has information about treatments for dementia that you might not otherwise learn about.  (Yes, there are treatments for some types of dementia; unfortunately many doctors are not up to date with them.)

You can register for the summit at this link:

 

Registration

Ed note: The NZ Journal of Natural Medicine frequently features articles about various aspects of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) and health.  Previous issues have included articles about smart meters, “dirty electricity” and issue (19) features an interview with Professor Olle Johansson on electrohypersensitivity (EHS).

Issue 20 includes a review of Diana Crumpler’s excellent book Prostituting Science as well as an article on electrohypersensitivity.

If you would like to download a free sample of issue 20, you can find one at this link, while copies of issue 20 in print format may be purchased here or as a PDF here.

To purchase a copy or to download a free sample of any other issue, please visit our online shop at this link: http://www.naturalmedicine.net.nz/shop/

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