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Are you suffering from Electro-magnetic stress?

Louise Kinesiology Posted on Sun, September 11, 2016 11:52:02

It is now a recognised fact that stress is a major factor that affects health. The stress created within our bodies by man-made electromagnetic radiation can contribute considerably to poor health. Due to the insidious nature of these disturbances, it is a factor that can easily be overlooked as a fundamental contributor to illness or as an underlying cause when there is resistance to recovery from illness.

What is EMS? Electro-magnetic stress is caused by electro-magnetic pollution which is basically uncontrolled man-made electro-magnetic radiation (EMR). Our world has changed dramatically over the last 100 years and it has been estimated that the global explosion in communications and wireless technologies has increased the EMR on our planet to over 100 million times the levels that our grandparents would have experienced. In this short period of time our bodies have not been able to adapt. Each individual source of EM pollution is legally required to be below official thermal effect thresholds but collectively and over time these non-thermal emissions add to our total toxic exposure. We are all subject to varying levels of EM stress as we go about our daily lives. Some devices produce EM pollution as a by-product such as vacuum cleaners, washing machines, electric blankets and electric cabling. Others such as cordless and mobile phones use pulsed EM emissions as a fundamental property of the way they work. Sources of exposure to EM stress are mobile phones and masts, cordless phone base stations (which emit at powerful levels all of the time not just when a call is being made or received), handsets, wi-fi, wi-max (described as a type of wi-fi on steroids), analogue & digital radio and TV broadcast masts, security systems, electricity distribution – pylons, cables, substations, transformers, electricity meters, electrical appliances & equipment and vehicles such as planes, trains, buses and cars. It is also important to bear in mind that the increased use of concrete & steel materials in the construction of buildings prevents healthy earth energies known as Schuman waves (to which our bodies are naturally attuned) from penetrating the buildings, creating what is known as ‘sick building syndrome’ and this contributes to toxic load.

How can EMS affect people? Everyone is affected by EM pollution to some extent because it is all around us. Some people are more resilient than others, some become so sensitive that it impacts hugely on their daily lives and health. As with geopathic stress, the way and degree to which a person is affected depends on factors such as pre-disposition, individual energetic and bio-chemical make up, the stresses and toxins to which people have been exposed during their lifetime and the way in which those stresses and toxins have been processed, and intensity and duration of EMS exposure. Long term exposure can aggravate any existing health problem. It may cause or intensify many conditions including lack of energy, fatigue, irritability, aggression, hyperactivity, emotional instability, suicidal tendencies, convulsions, depression, sleep disturbance and insomnia, palpitations, anxiety, fibromyalgia, headaches, nosebleeds, blood pressure changes, tremors, memory and concentration problems, numbness or tingling sensations in limbs, skin rashes, sore eyes, blurred vision, neuralgia, hair loss, hearing clicks, humming or high pitched whining noises, sensitivity to light, a general feeling of impending flu that never materialises, nausea and pain. EMS has also been associated with food allergies and multiple chemical sensitivity, autism, leukaemia and other cancers, anaemia, CFS, fertility problems, miscarriages, Alzheimer’s and dementia.

What can we do to combat EMS? Firstly, turn off all electrical gadgets at night. Put mobile phones on airport mode at the very least and turn off routers. Do not sleep in the same room as a router. Avoid carrying your phone in your clothing next to your body as much as possible – even conventional medicine is now acknowledging that this is likely to be a contributory factor to the increase in tumours appearing. A wooden, rather than metal bed frame can help if sleep is disturbed.

Crystals and electro-magnetic chips can make a huge difference; German research (they are very ahead of the game) has found that very specific healthy frequencies in the body are put out of balance upon exposure to the various EM sources in our environment – each source affects a specific frequency or range of frequencies. Many of the frequencies that are affected are in the brain, endocrine system, and heart, and also the cell membranes. German bio-resonance machines called a Rayonex Polar can be used to imprint quartz crystals with the specific strengthening frequencies that restore balance to the body. Quartz is used because it has a neutral energy of its own, plus it absorbs and emits frequencies really well. When the imprinted crystals are worn or kept in close vicinity to the body (ie in a pocket or pinned to clothing) they restore balance and strengthen the energy field as can be verified through muscle testing and aura photography.

The harmonising chips work in a slightly different way – they have been imprinted with the same frequencies as the crystals but they also have a magnetic field which adds another layer of protection in that it reduces the micro volts in the body. Unlike the crystals, the chips can either be worn close to the body, or they can be placed on the EMS source – some people tape them to electrical appliances such as switches, flat iron handles, laptops, mobiles etc. The crystals cannot be used in this way because over time they will absorb and emit the negative energies of the EMS sources. As a result they need regular cleansing by running under water. However, the crystals do also protect against geopathic stress, which the chips do not.

Find out more about EMS here:

and purchase your protective crystals or magnetic chips here:

A great start to your day

Louise Kinesiology Posted on Sun, September 11, 2016 11:32:52

Many clients feel reasonably confident in changing their
eating habits and making more healthy choices for their lunch and supper meals.
It’s breakfasts that seem to pose the biggest problems. The vast majority of
people have their largest, healthiest and most nutritious meal at supper-time
which isn’t advisable for several reasons: firstly, if it’s after 7pm then your
body’s digestive system is starting to shut down and go to sleep, so you will
find it very hard to digest; secondly, our food enzymes and digestive juices
are at their lowest by evening, having been used up during the day’s eating, so
food will not be digested so well; finally, after eating, most people will then
go and relax on the couch and not be moving around much so this big meal will sit
in your stomach and your posture will make it very hard to digest. This big
meal of poorly digested food also affects our sleep, as our body struggles to
break it down, our livers go into overdrive to try and cope with the toxins, we
dream crazy dreams!

It’s time to switch it all around! A hearty and healthy
breakfast has so many benefits: you are set up for the day with loads of
slow-releasing energy; this will mean that mid-morning slump and need to snack
will disappear. Your body will not be
starting the day with a sugar high caused by virtually all cereals on the
supermarket shelf (see my blog on ‘Healthy Eating Habits’ for further info) and
then continuing to crash and spike all day. The days of empty carb, high sugar
breakfasts are numbered!

So what will you be eating? Here are some sites with great
ideas for breakfasts:

As you can see, there are certain foods here that keep
cropping up. Eggs, avocadoes, fish, oats, nuts, seeds, vegetables, low GI
fruit… The biggest challenge is TIME. Prep the night before and have it ready
in the fridge. Try out recipes for the first time on weekends or days when
you’re not working so that you are confident to then do them on work days when
time is more constricted. MAKE time to prepare and eat a healthy meal in the
morning. I appreciate (got two young kids!) that it’s challenging, but it IS
possible if you decide that fuelling your body in a healthy way is a number 1
priority for you. Enjoy all those wonderful new taste-bud sensations!

Lower intestinal health

Louise Kinesiology Posted on Sun, September 11, 2016 11:29:31

It’s something we all do – and indeed it’s one of your
body’s most miraculous systems, and yet, so many of us are loathe to seek help
for it, let alone discuss it. Let’s break that taboo: let’s talk about poo!

Firstly, a few questions:

Are there days when your bowels don’t open?

When you do go, is it veering towards
constipation? This may mean that it is very slow to pass out, often you may
need to strain, or the faeces comes out like rabbit pellets?

Is there a sense of urgency when you need to
pass motion, and then your bowels are quite loose?

Is going to the toilet accompanied by lots of

Is the smell horrendous?

Are you left with ‘floaters’?

Do you suffer from piles or haemorrhoids?

Do you never feel like you’ve fully evacuated
your bowels?

If the answer to any of these is yes, then these are signs
that your bowels just aren’t happy. In an ideal world, we should be passing
motion at the very least once a day, ideally twice. They should be firm, formed
‘logs’ that do not float. Whilst there will certainly be a little smell, this
should not be overwhelming and there should be very little gas. There should be
no discomfort and we should feel fully evacuated.

If this isn’t the case, then there are quite a few reasons
for this. Ensuring the following can change bowel movements significantly:

Are you hydrated? The large intestine sucks out
the water from our food in the final stage of digestion and if there is very
little there to begin with then it can result in very hard, compacted stools.

Do you eat plenty of fibre-rich foods? This is
mainly in fresh food – ie fruit, veg and salad. This also aids gut motility and
keeps things moving.

Do you eat sitting down and chew your food
properly? Do you take your time over eating? If your body has no time to chew
and break down the food, then your digestive system will really struggle.

Do you rush when going to the toilet? Are you
straining and forcing? It’s the quickest path to tears and haemorrhoids, so
take your time, read a good book or magazine and relax!

Do you try to avoid overloading on stodgy simple
carbs like breads, cereals, potatoes? These can really bung up your bowels.

Are you aware of any food sensitivities? If you
suspect a food can cause your gut to go into turmoil, then have a kinesiology
session to rule out food sensitivities. Often the offending foods can be
reintroduced after a break from them.

Are your guts infection free? All too often, we
have gut infections (parasites, fungal, bacterial) which completely mess with
our gut flora and make food digestion virtually impossible sometimes.
Kinesiology can test for, and eradicate these offending negative organisms.

Are you sitting properly? We have a ‘kink’ in
our lower bowels which acts as a secondary support to the sphincter to stop any
leakage. With our normal seated positions on the toilet, this remains kinked,
but if you place a stool underneath your feet and lean forward slightly, the
kink straightens out. People notice huge difference in feeling fully evacuated
after sitting in this slightly altered position. Interestingly, the 1.2 billion
people that still squat to go to the toilet (which mirrors the altered position
and straightens the kink) have virtually no incidences of diverticulitis,
Crohn’s disease and haemorrhoids. Coincidence? I don’t think so!

Colonics can be wonderful in flushing out stagnant matter,
reducing toxicity and improving gut motility. If you’re Midlands based then
find out more at:

If you’re interested in finding out more about how your guts
work, then I highly recommend ‘Gut’ by Giulia Enders (ISBN 978-1-922247-96-4).
A fascinating and really funny read.