What is electrosmog ?
Although we can't see, hear, or feel it, electrosmog is found throughout nature and all living things. Electrosmog is also present wherever power is generated from 50/60 Hertz AC electrical sources. Electrosmog is emitted from all electrical appliances, house wiring and power lines. Usually there are two main types of "electrosmog":
Types of "electrosmog"
Magnetic fields are much more common in the home than are electric fields. They don't represent a shock hazard, but, like electric fields, they produce current in the body. Most of the recent health concerns have been about magnetic fields. Any wire that carries an AC electrical current produces magnetic fields. However, two wires are required to carry power to an appliance, and if the two wires are bundled parallel and very close together, the magnetic field from one will exactly cancel the field from the other. Thus, an extension cord rarely produces much magnetic field. Electromagnetic fields are measured in Tesla (nT) or Gauss (G). Also the frequency of the field (Hz) is important.
How can you avoid electrosmog ?
EMF and Electrosmog-meter/detector