Although I have been blogging about the health hazards of WiFi/microwave radiation for years, this is a fabulous film trailer that really hits on the key issues:

Watch it and share it with ALL your loved ones. There is SUCH a lack of education, because there is so much money involved in suppressing the research, that we really have to get active to spread the word.

When people come to my house they can’t believe we don’t have WiFi. But we have hard-wired cable (super fast, 100% secure fibre optic cable) outlets in every single room in the house, even out on the porch! So people can’t complain about the lack of convenience, and when they see how fast the upload and download speeds are, they can even appreciate it.

My hardwired computer, phone, mouse & keyboard with wired headset for my landline phone – in my home office

If you’re inspired to make some changes, here are the top 5 EASY THINGS you can do to reduce your radiation exposure starting right NOW:

1. Turn your WiFi router off and unplug it from the wall when you go to sleep. Unplug it any other time you are not using it. Of course, it’s best if you switch to hardwire, but most people are not ready to make that shift unless they’re quite ill, so unplugging your WiFi router is something you can do right away to make a difference.

2. Put your cellphone in Airplane mode any time you are not actively using it. I leave my phone in Airplane 95% of the time – I just turn it on if I’m waiting for a call/text. Or I text my kids to figure out a plan, then I put it back in Airplane. If I have a lot of text messages, I leave the phone in Airplane mode (with WiFi also turned off) while I respond and send all the messages (yes they will say “undelivered”). Then when I’m finished, I take the phone out of Airplane and put it down somewhere (so I’m not holding it) and quickly scroll through, clicking “Re-send” or “try again” on every text. This greatly cuts my live exposure time.

3. When driving in your car, crack at least one window – metal boxes are great for making radiation ping around, thus increasing your exposure.

4. Get the desktop version for as many apps as you can – this will cut your time spent on your cell. Even if your computer runs on WiFi, it’s usually a further distance from your organs than your phone.

5. Get an airtube or wired headset for your phone and attach a ferrite bead to the wire.

WiFi and cellphone radiation is pretty much everywhere now. The ONLY place we can control or reduce exposure is in our home. Giving our body 8 hours/day to heal and restore functioning damaged by WiFi is probably our best defense against this ubiquitous toxin. Lord knows you don’t want to get to the place where you become electrohypersensitive (EHS) and have to go to extremes to be able to function at all.

Why My House Has NO WiFi

7 thoughts on “Why My House Has NO WiFi

  • Excellent article and video – thanks for sharing. This has been bothering me for some time, though on the back burner. But not any more!

  • Thank you for bringing awareness to this ever important topic! People who are suffering from CIRS (biotoxins/mold illness and IBD) are more sensitive to EMFs. Also, when people are being affected by mold, their Detox pathways are shutdown (NRF2) leading to heavy metal accumulation in the body. This further suppresses the immune system making bacterial and fungal infections more virulent.

  • Very true Al – thanks so much for pointing this out. They’ve even got some data now showing how EMR (electromagnetic radiation – wifi, cellphones, etc) exacerbates IBS.

    And good for you Gabriella! It’s a hassle, I know, but also worth it. 🙂

  • WiFi radiation is harmful to us. No doubt. Most of us knows but can’t take an action against it since it has become an important need of life. having hard wired internet sure will give computers the internet but how about the mobile devices at home? They won’t be able to connect to internet

    1. There used to be a way to connect your iPad and iPhone to the Internet using a USB port. But they change the tech so fast, that any solutions go out of date. This functionality will only be made/kept available if the consumer demands it – Email Apple, Samsung etc, let them know what you want! And vote with your wallet – buy a desktop or laptop with USB or Ethernet connectivity instead of an iPad (for example).

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