This Could Be Ruining Your Family’s Sleep

  • Posted on: Nov 14 2018
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Technology is ruining our sleep.

Our exposures to blue light, WiFi, 4G, radio waves, and dirty electricity can result in major sleep disturbances in ourselves and our children. With all this technology, is it no wonder that we are more stressed and less rested than ever before?

Here are some simple tips to help reduce the effects of technology on your sleep, and help you wake up more rested and ready for the new day!

1. Turn on the Nightshift mode on your phone or tablet. The blue light emitted from your device screens has been shown to suppress melatonin and interfere with circadian rhythms. The Nightshift mode on your iPhone or iPad reduces the amount of blue light exposure to limit its effects in the evening.

2. Wear blue light blocking glasses. These are glasses with special lenses that filter out blue light. Holistic health practitioners across the country are wearing them in the evening and feeling the effects of more restful sleep. You can check out the brand I endorse (and wear) by clicking HERE.

3. Don’t sleep on your phone. So many of us sleep with our phones under our pillows or right next to our heads. Unless your phone is in ‘airplane mode,’ it’s sending and receiving electromagnetic frequencies (EMF’s) which have been shown to interfere with sleep patterns. Make a habit of either putting it in airplane mode or placing your phone across the room prior to hitting the sack.

4. Move your router away from your bedroom. The same goes for your wireless router, which is emitting EMF’s constantly. Place your router in a room which is far from your major living areas (such as a basement storage room) and definitely keep it away from your children’s rooms!

The effects of EMF’s on sleep are just the tip of the iceburg. Did you know that EMF’s in our homes can also result in brain fog, headaches, attention problems, and even psychosis?.

Because I think this is such an important topic, I recruited a physician who’s an expert in EMF exposure and prevention to join me on my latest podcast. We reveal so much more, including her thoughts on the impending release of 5G here in the United States. Some concerning stuff!

You can download it by clicking HERE for Apple devices or HERE for Android. Check out more about the podcast below!

Here are the latest episodes of my podcast, The Holistic Plastic Surgery Show. Please SUBSCRIBE so you don’t miss a single information-packed show!

Episode #111– How to Protect You and Your Family from the Dangers of EMFs with Dr. Libby Darnell – Electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) are all around us. They emanate from our cell phones, our tablets, and even as dirty electricity leaking from our homes.

So just what are the dangers of all this exposure to EMFs? On this episode, I interview an expert in EMF exposure and prevention. She learned first-hand how excessive exposure to EMFs can cause headaches, brain fog, fatigue, and even potential psychosis.

She’ll give us the straight scoop on how and why EMFs affect our health and reveal practical tips on how to reduce you and your family’s exposure to EMFs. It’s a discussion that everyone should hear.

To learn more, listen HERE with Apple devices or HERE with Android phones.

Episode #110 – A Mind-Body-Spirit-Skin Care Approach to Youthful and Healthy Skin with Integrative Dermatologist Dr. Michelle Jeffries– We’re learning that the health of our skin and how quickly it ages is impacted by diet, stress, and more. Therefore, focusing on a holistic approach is the ideal path to youthful and healthy skin.

My guest this episode is an integrative dermatologist who has championed this. She has created a mind-body-spirit-skincare approach to treating skin which extends beyond the traditional dermatological options. On this episode we’ll do a deep dive into how this approach works and improves adult acne, and make recommendations of what non-toxic skin care products you can use to get you there.

Listen HERE on Apple devices or HERE on Android.

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