When I first developed EMF sensitivity I knew sleep was important for me.
I tried sleeping more, but no matter how much I tried, I felt I wasn’t getting optimum sleep.
But I didn’t know what to do to change that and I guess because I didn’t know enough about sleep and about the body and how it works, I didn’t make it a priority.
Did you know that there is a whole body of science now devoted to sleep?
The Science Of Sleep
It seems we know so little about sleep and yet there exists over fifty years of research on brain activity and physiological patterns of sleeping.
What we do know is that sleep is not the passive state it was once considered it to be. Thomas Dekker said, “sleep is that golden chain that ties health and our bodies together.” That was back in the 17th century. It turns out that he was right.
Sleep is now known to be a highly active process. If you want to improve anything, it starts with sleep. Sleep heals illness. It reduces stress. Like diet and exercise, sleep is a pillar of wellness.
Thursday, 4th August at 1:00 p.m. EST (10 AM PST or 5 PM GMT) I’m interviewing Dr. Michael Breus aka ‘The Sleep Doctor.’
Dr. Michael Breus is a clinical psychologist. He’s a board certified sleep specialist and he also written two bestselling books on the subject of sleep.
In a relatively short time, he’s become a widely recognized leader in this ever evolving field. Dr. Breus has conducted hundreds of lectures for Fortune 500 and 100 companies and to entire employee populations. He appears regularly on Network TV on shows like the Dr. Oz show on CNN and CBS This Morning.
EMFs And Sleep
EMFs affect sleep. Fact. We are going to be talking about how EMFs affect sleep and what to do about it and we are also going to be answering these questions;
- how important is sleep?
- what does science tell us about sleep?
- how does our environment affect our sleep?
- what tips does Dr. Breus have to give us better sleep?
- what supplements can help us achieve better sleep?
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Nina Sheldon said,
Dear Mr Burrell,
I passionately wish to listen to your upcoming interview with the sleep expert, but have no idea how to do it. I have a radio, and I have a computer with speakers. Please explain how to listen to this interview ASAP. Thank you.
Lloyd Burrell said,
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sleep on an incline for improved health
ancient Egyptians slept on an incline, Byzantine hospital had all its beds on an incline, animals sleep on an incline
simply raise the HEAD end of the bed by 6 or 7 inches
inclined bed therapy improves circulation of blood and lymphatic fluid
look up Andrew Fletcher on utube
people will spend a fortune and be on the verge of death before they try something that costs virtually nothing and actually works
wake up feeling refreshed instead of waking up looking like ****!
I would love any suggestions for when protection is not enough to eliminate external wireless form penetrating the walls. After 4 years I am still regularly interrupted with burning bones and electric shock type sensations to the heart etc. I know other people experiencing similar. I have shifted and it now seems there is little choice of finding somewhere safe. I know a number of people have left the country and found it better than here in Australia but not possible for all of us. So any advice on how to have an undisturbed sleep when there is no wifi in the house and no electricity in the bedroom just neighbours and external devices (which can not be protected from) would be so so helpful please.
Fascinating interview! Just one observation – I’m surprised no-one mentioned switching things off at night -wifi, cordless phones etc (apart from phone chargers). It’s free, there is no downside, it saves a small amount of electricity, and even if there’s little science to support it there is lots of anecdotal and experiential evidence to suggest that it makes a difference. As Dr David Carpenter has said – “If you can do things that decrease your exposure that are not expensive, that are not terribly difficult, even if the evidence for how dangerous it is still somewhat debatable, it’s … stupid not to do that.”
Lloyd Burrell said,
Thanks to all who commented here and shared.
Peter – yes turning off wireless and other forms of EMF pollution is clearly very important for optimium sleep, we didn’t address this in the interview because Dr. Breus is not an ‘EMF expert’.
Fiona – if you haven’t shielded then I suggest exploring this option or purchasing a Faraday canopy. The other thing that comes to mind is Geopathic Stress.