EMF and Blood Brain Barrier, and their relevance to atlas subluxations
There have been concerns about electromagnetic radiation for some time. While studies looking at exposure and cancer have been inconclusive this is not the best way to look at this problem.
Identifying a causal association in a population which is so saturated with EMF would be like trying to find a needle in a haystack, let alone correcting for the unknown variations in EMF exposure between individuals.
These three papers show a clear link between blood brain barrier permeability and EMFs used in wireless communication.
This permeability is not a good thing, as, as we have seen our blood often contains toxins from the metabolism of gut bacteria which should be excluded from the brain to allow efficient neurological function. This becomes particularly relevant to the maintenance of spinal malalignment problems though, as the vestibular system, which is responsible for relating our body to our head and the whole to the environment, is one of the hardest working parts of the nervous system, and is most vulnerable to problems which impair brain efficiency. Clearly when factors such as these impair brain function, the chances of maintaining correct spinal alignment diminish rapidly.
The following 3 papers are significant and are worth reviewing. No doubt there is plenty more to be found, but I was satisfied with finding 3 papers. The “completeness freaks” amongst us are free to go hunt some more out and I would be grateful for any further papers to review.
Wireless Networks 3(1997) 455-461
Blood Brain Barrier Permeability in Rats Exposed to Electromagnetic Fields Used in Wireless Communication.
Bertil R.R. Persson, Leid G. Salford and Arne Brun
(Blood-brain barrier and electromagnetic fields: effects of scopolamine methylbromide on working memory after whole-body exposure to 2.45 GHz microwaves in rats).
Exposure to 900 MHz electromagnetic fields activates the mkp-1/ERK pathway and causes blood-brain barrier damage and cognitive impairment in rats.
The first study shows that EMFs caused slight permeability to albumin ( a protein), but the issue is that the substances that are of concern in leaky bowel (ammonia, lactic acid, tyramine, histamine, gluten, gluteomorphin and caseomorphin, and glutamate (MSG) to name a few) are much smaller and would pass through a much smaller breach in the blood brain barrier.
Since becoming aware of this information I have changed my practices around EMF substantially. Wherever possible I use speaker phone. I try and shorten phone calls, and I also look to minimise contact with sources of emissions such as screens and wiring in the walls- especially near my bedhead. I prefer to turn wifi off overnight. I also sleep on a grounded bedsheet. However more of that in a later post.