For the most part, all of the EMF reduction tools are pretty expensive and I felt I couldn’t afford the best stuff like the filters for removing RF pollution from household wiring or the fabric used to make bed canopies etc. Of course, if I knew my health would improve, it wouldn’t be too expensive! But what a gamble – thousands of dollars (probably) to find out for sure.
But a month ago, one of my blog readers suggested flipping the circuit breaker for my bedroom before going to sleep… How come I never thought of that?!!
I thought I’d give it a go, started throwing my circuit breakers to my bedroom and surrounding rooms every night. Wow. An immediate change in my sleep… sound, sweet sleep without waking up a single time. I don’t know if this is forever, but maybe when everything is delicate and in the process of healing, it’s a good idea to get rid of as much radiation and electrical noise as possible. I hate to admit it… it’s made a huge difference. I’ll be camping in Santa Cruz tonight, for that very reason; I’ve noticed that sleeping outdoors, on the ground, just revives and energizes me like nothing else.
So you’ve probably figured out where this is going now – yes I flipped the breaker three nights ago and the first night I slept 5 1/2 hours deeply without interruption when I was averaging about 3 hours previously. The second night I slept well again with four hours of uninterrupted sleep. And last night, I was interrupted by a bad dream after an hour and a half but afterwards slept well for four hours uninterrupted.
That might seem a little spotty but it’s actually pretty impressive because normally if I sleep well one night, the next night I am bound to sleep poorly. So two good nights of sleep in a row would be a guarantee that the third would suck. I wouldn’t say it’s conclusive yet, but my impression is that I’m sleeping deeper.
Now here’s what I had done in the past:
- bought a tri field meter which was supersensitive and allowed me to position my desk away from high RF areas – it died and I returned it to the manufacturer though. I see the prices of come way down and I will probably purchase another.
- bought the cornet electro smog meter – not very sensitive and I don’t think it’s useful for my purposes
- used aluminum screening on my bed headboard and underneath my bed to shield some RF from the window and hopefully from our wireless router
- turned off wireless router for a year or so, with no noticeable effect.
- moved my bed away from the walls to the center of the room with no noticeable effect
If flipping the circuit breaker really has improved my sleep quality, it will be life-changing and I can assure you the very easiest of anything I’ve ever tried or done to improve my health! At times I thought that 95% of my health problems stem from poor sleep and I’ve done some really ridiculous things like building a rocking bed to try to improve it.
I’m busy now working on changing my work environment. About a year ago I started using a stand desk and it doesn’t have enough depth. As a result, my face is very close to dual monitors, which I know is really bad. So I’m working on that situation and going to pick up more aluminum screening and probably order a new tri-field monitor.
A big thanks to Lori and all my blog readers for sharing their thoughts and comments! As much as I enjoy helping others by sharing my experiences, I’m always reading your comments looking for anything that might give me even the smallest edge:)