Melatonin Disruption and Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields

Tina Ureten

The increasing use of electronic and electric devices such as televisions, computers, mobile devices, cell phones and recent 5G towers significantly elevated the exposure of our bodies to electromagnetic fields (EMG-EMFs). Many studies show that exposure to EMFs disturbs brain functions, hormones, fertility and enzyme activity, depending on the frequency and duration of the exposure.

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Melatonin - The Magical Sleep Hormone

Tina Ureten
Melatonin is known as a sleep hormone and it controls our circadian rhythms. Its production is increased by darkness and suppressed by light. It reaches its highest level in the night and drops down to almost zero during the day. It regulates our biological clock and plays critical role for our health. Various factors play role in the production of the melatonin, the most important factor is body’s exposure to the light.

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