Does Wifi or EMFs cause achy joints and unhealthy fascia?

Ok, so this video is about a topic I am by NO means an expert in, though as a technology consumer/user and owner of a body (and a teacher of all things fascia related) I feel it’s my duty to learn more. We’ve got to talk about WiFi. And/or EMFs (I see them as separate and connected). 

This one really requires that you just watch the video. I haven’t done enough research to write a proper blog post. But I do have a story to share, about how WiFi/EMFs gave me super achy knees. 

Find out what happened in the video and then share your thoughts in the comments below. Do you think WiFi impacts human health? What about YOUR health? Please share your stories. 

  • Deborah Jones says:

    I woke up this morning with this revelation that I may be ultra EMF sensitive. You see, we had just traveled 7 hours from my home, and last night was the first in a long time I had slept without the pain in my right hip. Lately, it had become so bad that I could not walk 2 steps without my hip going out on me. I know that I am EMF sensitive because I had discovered I can’t wear a smart watch or the wrist FItbit without experiencing pain in my arm. I’m careful about keeping my devices away from my body as much as possible, but I several months ago had to buy a new cell phone which is larger than the Defender Shield case I used with my old one. I decided this morning that I will have to test where else in my home I am exposed to EMFs and reduce that exposure. I live within a half mile from an airport with all its towers around me. Are there cables underground close to me? I have smart TVs, a smart thermostat, and WIFI. What’s in the wall that’s on my right side where I sleep on my back every night? I have a lot of research to do, and YES I would love to explore this with you!

  • Judith says:

    Hello Elisha,

    I am bodyworker doing Myofascial Energetic Release (M.E.R.) here in Germany and have also been very interested in this for a long time – many people didn’t even listen or they do not WANT to see it…
    I believe – aslo from own experience – that it effects the nervous system as it creates stress for !some! people (also it may cause depressions, nervousness, fears, illnesses….) and thus also effects the fascia system (stress). I am highly sensitive to WIFII (I can feel it when it is “on” in my house) and EMF. As soon as I had banned our WIFI from our house (cable connection) it got a lot better. As now I have more and more neighbours using WIFI – which is also affecting my house – it got worse again. There exist already many studies that prove that mobile phones and WIFI are dangerous but it cannot be stopped (lobby).. Unfortunately it is not only the rays coming out of the devices but also the electro smog that is surrounding us and gets more and more with new and better and faster nets. I cut off WIFI at night (at some places in my house I need it) and if I don’t use it. Sometimes I see mummies that have their babies in the arm and the mobile phone directly next to the head of the baby or pregnant woman sitting with their laptops resting on their bellies – it is like putting your baby or unborn in a microwave. Best Wishes from Germany Judith

    • Thank you for sharing Judith! I believe everything you’re saying, and agree. So many factors are impacting human health, not just physically but psychologically and energetically. It’s challenging to combat/integrate it all.

  • Jenni says:

    Thanks so much for this
    I have an EMF meter and found that the walls of my bedroom had high readings out for about 2ft + and now sleep with my head at the foot of the bed so out of these frequencies.
    I have a defender on my iPhone, and the meter seems to indicate that it is working but my hands have started to ache and I was wondering why- so I have put the phone down to type this and am going to keep it even further from me.
    I have just been reading of the Power of Attraction, if you think something is harming you then it will – so substitute that thought with anything else positive- maybe just look out of the window “ what a beautiful day”
    Thanks for your wonderful work

  • Sherry says:

    Having your legs out in that position with the hot wi-fi enabled laptop could cause some issues as well. Like you, it takes me a long time to realize some repetitive/position related thing I’m doing while I’m working but when I do, I can almost always relate it to some soft tissue or muscle pain I’m having.

    In my office, everything it wired with ethernet cable and it’s all desktop computers, so not as bad as laptops actually on your lap.

    On the phone front – I got https://www.safesleevecases.com/ for my iphone after watching their videos where they were using a detector with and without the case on. Pretty interesting stuff. I figured it couldn’t hurt as I do put the thing in my pocket when I’m out.

  • Sharon says:

    Hi Elisha,
    My fingertips are sensitised when I use a touch pad or touch screen for too long! There is definitely something happening.

    • Thanks for sharing! So interesting right? And alarming. I’ll definitely have to try some of the products mentioned and do a video on that after.

  • Vivianne says:

    oops frequencies are prevalent not prevenlent!

  • Vivianne says:

    Thanks for sharing your story Elisha! I’m glad you figured out what was causing your achy knees. These kinds of frequencies are so prevenlent today! I seem to be very suseptible. I can’t hold a cell phone for very long (just a few minutes) before my nervous system get’s very activated and tense and it can take hours to disapate. I’m using the grounding products (earthing.com) at night to discharge the impact from the day. I appreciate your reference to the products on Defender Shield. Pls. keep us posted if you get some of the products and you find them helpful! Much love!

    • Yeah I’m definitely interested in trying Defender Shield. I’ll let you know if we try their products out!

      • Rebecca says:

        When you do, reach out to the company to see if they’d like to offer readers of your blog of FB community a discount. Who knows, maybe they’ll give you a kickback for the free advertising!
        I’ve been thinking about all this, too!

  • Thank You, Elisha!
    Timely topic … not so much for me immediately — but I wonder about it about once a month … and as a topic my peers/friends talk about it.
    I think I’ve just got too many other variables in play to do a reasonably scientific analysis.
    Thanks again and I encourage you to keep up your great work.
    Ray Morneau

    • Thanks for sharing Raymond! You’ll have to let me know if you try any experiments or hear any stories from your friends.

  • Jane Coveny says:

    Interesting correlation that is very accurate I believe. Sometimes we may think that ache in hands may be due to RSI ie texting etc but EMFs etc, could just as easily be the culprit…Barbara Hero has some interesting research on frequencies. Thanks Elisha…I may do my own 30 challenge for pain in thumb/wrist area…

    • Hey Jane, thanks for sharing! Please keep us posted, as I’d love to know what you find out. Repetitive motion is definitely a cause of aches and pain too, but my experience with my knees and quads was soooo interesting. I haven’t used my laptop on my lap since, and I haven’t had achy knees or quads. Yay!

  • jacquie says:

    Hi Elisha,
    Im glad i watched your video regarding wifi causing achy joints. Prior to watching the video. it has crossed my mind if was having the laptop on my legs which was causing the aches
    Kinest Regards

    • Hey Jacquie – great, keep us posted! I’d love to know if you stop using it on your lap and if anything changes.

      • Sally Sporer says:

        Hi Elisha. Thanks for bringing this whole issue up. I share your concerns about EMF’s. To reduce the impact If EMF’s, I use a cell phone case by SafeSleeve, along with a pad under my notebook computer and air tube earbuds (both by Defender Shield). I feel better just knowing I’ve got these protections in place. Next on my list are the blue light glasses!

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