How to Find out your EMF Exposure Risk

How to Find out your EMF Exposure Risk

As EMF exposures continue to soar and the damage mounts – finding out your EMF exposure risk has never been more important.

There’s now thousands of studies showing the adverse health effects from non-native EMFs – from debilitating insomnia to life-threatening diseases such as cancer.

Thankfully, it’s now easier than ever to both:
• Find out your emf exposure risk level and
• Protect yourself by using proven EMF mitigation techniques

Let’s get started with the top 3 ways to find out your EMF exposure risk.

1. Take the Online EMF Exposure Test

This handy tool will give you a general idea of your exposure levels – all within a few minutes. At the end, you’ll receive a score out of 100. The higher you score, the lower your estimated EMF exposure.

The tool was designed by an electromagnetic radiation specialist (that’s me, btw). It takes the complexity of EMF exposures and packs it into a simple test.

Keep in mind this is a general test. It cannot reveal your actual exposures or detect certain emissions (stray currents, ELF’s from wiring, radar etc). Only an EMF home assessment can achieve that.

You can take the free EMF exposure test over here.

2. Test for EMFs Yourself

You may wish to test for EMFs yourself. This can be a good option if you have the money, time and interest to learn.

Just don’t make the mistake of purchasing a one of those ~$350 (3 in 1 meters) such as a cornet or Trifield meter – your readings will simply not be accurate. Fine to see increases and decreases, but that’s about it.

Even worse… be weary of most meters sold on eBay or Amazon – simply stay away. I’ve had a clients meter showing zero magnetic fields, whilst my $4,000 Gauss meter was off the charts!

Here’s my top recommended EMF meters (consumer level) – which will set you back around $1,200 USD / 1,030 EURO / $1,600 AUD.

  • AlphaLab UHS2 (~$350 USD) to detect AC magnetic fields
  • Safe and Sound Pro II (~$400 USD) to detect Radio Frequencies
  • Gigahertz Solutions ME3830B (~$250 USD) to detect electric fields. It can also measure AC magnetic fields, however it’s only single axis (use AlphaLab UHS2). If you don’t mind doing some (fairly complex) math, you could use this meter for magnetic fields also and save money purchasing the UHS2.
  • Greenwave EMI meter (~140 USD) to detect dirty electricity (high-frequency voltage transients).

You can surely fly around blind with an EMF meter – anyone can do that. However, to test properly, it’s recommended to have the training.

Most importantly, with the proper training, you’ll know how to mitigate all types of EMFs from the various sources.

Testing for EMFs yourself is not for everyone however doing so will give you the tools and knowledge to last a lifetime.

3. Get Your Home Tested by a Professional

The best and most accurate way to get your exposures checked is by having an EMF home assessment.

This is where a certified EMF testing technician comes out to your home and measures all 4 EMFs of concern – inside and out.

Before getting someone out to your home first check they’ll be testing for all 4 EMFs of concern. These are:

  1. AC electric fields
  2. AC magnetic fields
  3. Dirty electricity
  4. Radiofrequency radiation

Also, check they’re a qualified electromagnetic radiation specialist by a reputable college or EMF training facility. There are building biologists that conduct EMF testing, however they often provide limited and inadequate testing. Always see a specialist over a generalist.

Usually an EMF assessment will also include recommendations for their mitigation. This is the ‘getting protected part’ where you’ll be able to get your EMF exposures right down.

The benefits of an EMF assessment by a professional:

  • Faster, cheaper, more accurate and convenient than self testing.
  • The knowledge and experience, so you get the most accurate testing and EMF mitigation advice.
  • High-end testing equipment used that’s out of reach to most consumers. This ensures the largest frequency range is picked up – with the highest accuracy results.

EMF assessments typically are in the $600 to $1,500 range. If you’re around the Sydney, Australia region, we can help you out with an EMF Home Assessment.

Shortcut Hack to Getting Protected Anywhere in the World

Why not skip testing altogether and jump straight to the solutions. It’s now possible with The EMF Protection Protocol.

If you’re the type of person that just wants to get straight to the point, whilst saving money and time – this option is perfect for you.

The EMF Protection Protocol is now available to anyone in the world.

How the EMF Protection Protocol works

Firstly, your home is remotely assessed for all 4 EMFs of concern. This process also includes a consultation to gather vital information.

Most of the assessment is conducted by us behind the scenes – you don’t have to do anything. There are 75 plus checks that are part of this process.

A few days later, you’ll receive a report with your unique protection protocol. This contains all EMF observations and recommendations for their removal.

In the end, what you’ll achieve is a harmonious low-EMF home where health and wellbeing thrive.

If this sounds like something you’re trying to accomplish – see if the protocol is a good fit by answering these two quick questions.

About the Author
About the Author

Matt Cossey is a certified electromagnetic radiation specialist from Australia. He’s helped protect thousands world-wide from EMFs.

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