These devices give
out harmful radiation. Avoid them or replace them.

cellphone or mobile phone

wireless computer or laptop with WiFi

WiFi radiation zones in schools, shops or in towns

and avoid wireless smart meters.


These devices have minimal radiation.

wired telephone

cabled computer


Practical Advice

Avoiding radiation

All doctors who diagnose and treat Electrosensitivity agree that the key requirement for anyone with ES is to avoid radiation.

The importance of everyone avoiding all man-made radiation is becoming overwhelmingly evident. This is especially true if you have, or could develop, a chronic disease. About 40% of US adults have some chronic inflammation.

1. You yourself

2. Your home and office

  • Do not use a cordless (DECT) phone.
    Use a wired phone with a land-line instead.
  • Do not have a wireless smart meter fitted.
    Keep an analogue one without wireless.
  • Do not have WiFi
    Use cables or DLAN plugs instead (but keep away from the wiring).
  • Remove as many electrical devices from your sleeping area and near your bed as possible.
    Avoid having clock radios and chargers near your bed.
    Do not use an electric blanket while in bed.
    Keep your sleeping area free of electromagnetic exposure.
  • Do not use virtual home assistants, such as Amazon Echo, Alexa or Google Home, especially if there are children, pregnant women or elderly people in the home.
    Instead use cabled devices without wireless.
  • "Radiation from cell phones a human carcinogen, new review finds" (Workers Health and Safety Center, May 8 2019)

3. Your environment and housing area

  • Avoid living near a cellphone tower or phone mast, including apartments below roof antennas.
  • Avoid living near neighbours with WiFi and wireless smart meters, or ask them to replace wireless devices with wired ones.
  • Avoid living near an airport with radar in your direction.
  • Avoid living near overhead power cables, mains supplies or substations.

4. Your daily activities

5. 'White' zones

  • Find a 'green/white' zone free of wireless radiation. The Council of Europe in 2011 recommended that European states have these for ES people. They should cover the same percentage of  land area as the percentage of people affected, along with public spaces, shops and schools to allow ES people equal rights of access.

6. How to survive on a university campus

7. Ways to avoid radiation

8. Airport Full Body Scanners

9. Pregnant women

10. Problems with Social Media

11. Wearables, watches, wireless headsets, fitness trackers, etc.

12. Virtual assistants (e.g. Amazon Echo, Alexa, Google Home) 

13. RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)

Refuse RFID implants.

RFID implants have caused cancers in animals.

14. Internet of Things: Radiation from 'Smart' Appliances

15. Preserving your Biofield and Subtle Fields

16. Pollution: Radio Radiation as an Environmental Toxin

17. Radar guns causing cancer

18. Wifi and wireless radiation can encourage resistance to antibiotics

19. Healthy buildings and environmental health

20. Avoid Highly Polluted Areas

21. Automobiles and cars

Do not use a cellphone in a car, because the metal body of the car traps the radiation and the cellphone has to emit more radiation to communicate with the nearest tower.

Beware of Bluetooth and Wifi used in the vehicle.

Beware of the battery and other electrical equipment in an electric car.

22. Pop-up Faraday Nets to Reduce EM Stress

Jack Dorsey, CEO of Square and Twitter, uses a Faraday Cage to block EM Stress:

23. Devices claiming to reduce EMF damage

Ionizing (Nuclear, Atomic) Radiation

Some experts regard non-ionising radiation as more harmful than ionising radiation:
“Comparison of risks for the population of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation leads us to a conclusion that EMF RF exposure in conditions of wide use of mobile communication is potentially more harmful than ionizing radiation influence.”

Ionizing radiation particles can be absorbed by trees and plants. These radioactive particles can be released through burning, in hearth stoves or in wild fires, years later.

Radioactive particles, e.g. from Chernobyl and Fukushima, may be attracted to high voltage power lines and other sources of non-ionizing radiation.