We have long known that the human body is a sophisticated electromagnetic system. Our nervous system and our heart runs on electricity, which explains why we can shock a dead heart into life using an electric shock machine called a defibrillator. This is why exposure to man-made EMFs can interfere with the electromagnetic systems inside of our bodies.

Man-made EMFs have been proven to have a biological effect on human cells. Studies have shown that EMF can stress living cells (Source), contribute to the complex cellular process that leads to cancer (Source), affect mitochondria operation and oxidative stress (Source, Source), disrupt cell metabolism (Source) , diminish antioxidants (Source) and create DNA damage (Source).

A review looking at the past 50 years from 2015 showed that EMF exposure affecting our cells can result in widespread neuropsychiatric effects. These effects are not limited to but have included: depression, sleep disturbance, insomnia, headache, fatigue, tiredness, dysesthesia, concentration, attention dysfunction, memory changes, dizziness, irritability, loss of appetite, restlessness, anxiety, nausea, skin burning, tingling, dermographism and EEG changes.