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If you’re one of thousands of people who suffer from EMF sensitivity, the ability to get rid of your wireless router is one of the best reasons to embrace Cat6a cables.
You don’t really need Wi-Fi; with the right equipment, you can setup an Ethernet cable in every room you’ll work from. In addition to discouraging you from working on the couch, you’ll probably experience better sleep without your wireless router. That’s because melatonin – the substance that contributes to a good night’s sleep – is inhibited by the presence of electrosmog.
According to Dr. Mercola, many people with high sensitivity have a high amount of heavy metals in their system. “If you have accumulated toxic metals in your brain, your brain becomes like an antenna, picking up more cell phone radiation, which in turn can cause the microbes in your system to overreact and create more potent mycotoxins,” Dr. Mercola states. “This can create a never-ending vicious cycle between the microbes and metals in your body and your exposure to electromagnetic fields, which can lead to hypersensitivity.”
Do heavy metals cause your brain to function like an antenna? Does electrosmog inhibit melatonin? Does melatonin help sleeping (or the lack thereof, inhibit sleeping?)