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Dirty Electricity Filters – Survey Results

I remember the first time I heard about dirty electricity.

I was skeptical to say the least.

It just sounded like ‘another thing’ to worry about.

What I wanted was just the opposite.

I wanted to get better.

I didn’t want to have deal with anything more than I was already dealing with.

But, I had an open mind and I had a willingness to take action.

So I bought a Graham Stetzer (GS) meter and I tested.

It was a good job I did because it turned out there was dirty electricity in my home.

So I installed some dirty electricity filters. The filters didn’t cure my electrical sensitivity but they did alleviate my symptoms.

Other people have experienced similar benefits.

Some people feel worse when filters are introduced into their home.

A while ago Shaun at Electrahealth, who sells these filters and GS meters, contacted me asking if I’d survey my list to ask people what they thought of the dirty electricity filters.

We need more research on dirty electricity so I thought this was an excellent initiative.

Dirty Electricity Survey Results

Here are the survey results and interpretation as supplied by Shaun at Electrahealth:

dirty electricity survey results [1]

(If you have trouble reading the above table just click above to enlarge.)

“The survey was 4 questions. The first 2 questions were marketing – Which mostly prompted you to try the Stetzerizer filters? and How did you first hear about Stetzerizer filters? The last 2 questions are the important ones:

How did you install Stetzerizer filters? (According to recommendations – in every room throughout the house | Installed filters most areas in the house | Installed just a few filters in 1-3 areas | I tried only 1 Stetzerizer filter)

The final question and results you can see above. We have the raw survey results/responses, but I do not personally (nor anyone else employed by me) have the ability to analyze them to see if there is any correlation between the response in question 3 and the response in question 4. I would be happy to send the raw results to anyone who would like to look at this. I would suspect that those who installed them as recommended or installed more of them in more locations had better results. But the data needs to be analyzed to confirm that.

I was pleased to see that so many had positive results and felt better. Also, only a tiny percent said they felt worse. Some did not notice a difference, and others did notice a difference but were not sure it was the filters. Personally it looks to me like these results speak very highly of the filters. Also judging by the reviews we’ve had on our website (all filter reviews have been 5 stars) and the extremely low return rate (only a few %) despite our 100% satisfaction guarantee for 60 days, it really seems like the filters are helping a lot of people and people are very satisfied with them overall.”

What Does This Survey Tell Us?

This survey tells us:

1. a majority of people (50.93%) reported a positive experience from using the Graham-Stetzer filters.

2. a small minority (3.73%) felt worse

This tells us that Graham-Stetzer filters are not for everyone. But it also tells us that only a small percentage of people felt worse after installing the filters. Admittedly, this is a small survey sample but these results do tie in with the experiences that people have been reporting (see this article [2]).

There are lots of things you can do to mitigate your exposure to EMFs and installing dirty electricity filters is one of them.

If you’re still sitting on the fence about dirty electricity you too need to keep an open mind and you need to be willing to take action.

The starting point before you buy any filters is to buy a dirty electricity (GS) meter to establish what the dirty electricity levels are in your home.

Thanks to Shaun for sharing this information.

You can buy a dirty electricity meter from ElectraHealth [3].