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July 29 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
The Sources and Effects of Electromagnetic and Radio Frequency Exposure
on Physical and Mental Health
Speaker: Karen von Merveldt-Guevara
Electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) and Radiofrequencies (RFs) are ubiquitous in our modern environment, but health problems caused by them are mostly unknown to the public. EMFs interfere with the natural signaling processes in the human body, leading to both serious physical and mental health consequences. While the problem of Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS) may be known and affect some patients, who experience a range of symptoms including sleep disturbances, fatigue, burning or prickling sensation on the skin, headaches, feeling unwell near cell towers and possibly psychological distress, EMFs and RFs affect literally “every body”.
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Come Learn About
– Sources of EMFs and RFs
– How they affect our bodies top to toe, no parts spared!
– Who is more at risk
– How to reduce, avoid and mitigate exposure
– How to support our bodies by proper mineralization
– What are environmental factors that put more of us at risk?
Karen von Merveldt-Guevara, German MD, graduated from Friedrich-Alexander-University Germany in 1996. She works in private practice as Health Consultant and Traditional Healer at Harmonia Mundi LLC in Sedona, AZ. Specializing in Environmental and Orthomolecular Medicine, Dr. Karen’s aim is to shed light on complex health issues by laying out the science behind environmental aspects of disease, their impact on human well-being, and to simplify approaches that lead to better health.
10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. – The Mental Health Coalition presents a FREE program the last Monday of the month. The program is open to the public and we have a speaker or panel who discuss a specific area of mental illness.