Dark field microscopy - electrosmog exposure visible during blood analysis_Britta Varnhorn

Dark field microscopy – electrosmog exposure visible during blood analysis

Can electrosmog exposure actually be detected? What does the blood picture look like and what does this mean for our health? Dark-field microscopy provides information. This variant of light microscopy for blood analysis , known for over 250 years. When this imaging is done, the blood cells appear bright on a dark background in greater […]


What is electrosensitivity?

Electro-hypersensitivity (EHS, microwave syndrome) has been known to phone operators since the beginning of the 20th century. It has manifested as a weakening of the nervous system connected to headaches, lack of energy, tiredness and anxiety. In 1970, a report from the former Soviet Union described the “microwave syndrome” of military personnel who worked with […]

Bluetooth-Kopfhörer und Gesundheit – Wie schädlich sind AirPod & Co

Bluetooth headphones and health – are AirPods posing a risk?

Bluetooth/wireless headphones are now considered a standard equipment for smartphones and similar devices, with Apple leading the way around this trend. As the  headphone jack was removed with the arrival of iPhone 7, the AirPods set an example for the entire industry. Apple stated its goal is to improve wireless solutions and to say goodbye […]

Elektrosmog im Elektroauto − Wie hoch ist Ihr gesungheitliches Risiko?

Electrosmog in electric cars – what are the health risks?

With E-mobility coming to our doorstep, electrosmog in electric cars has become a frequently discussed topic. Almost 10% of the cars registered in 2020 in Germany were solely powered by electricity, jumping up from less than 2% in 2019. The number of hybrid vehicles even doubled to 18% in 2020.

Elektrosmog belastet unsere Haustiere

Electrosmog causes stress in our pets – risks for dogs and cats

According to Statista, there were around 34.3 million pets in Germany in 2019, with cats being the most popular pets. In 2019, around 14.7 million cats lived in households, followed by 10.1 million dogs. These animal companions are often referred to as our best friends, and when our four-legged friends get sick, it puts both […]

So senken Sie den Krankenstand in Ihrem Unternehmen

This is how you can reduce the sickness absence rates in your company

According to the German Federal Statistical Office, companies’ sickness absence rates are on the rise. In 2007, employees in Germany reported sickness for 8.1 working days on average, compared to 10.9 days in 2019. What can companies do against this trend? And what role can electromagnetic radiation play in this context?