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Does Driving Stress You Out? Eliminating Sources of Wireless Radiation May Help (Bluetooth, WiFi, etc).

By B.N. Frank

It’s hard enough trying to concentrate let alone relax while driving when there are so many idiots on the road.  Research has also proven that exposure to all sources of wireless radiation can disrupt the blood-brain barrier which may cause it to leak.  This can obviously cause a variety of undesirable symptoms and conditions including anxiety, reduced impulse control, and violence.

Eliminating or at least reducing your wireless radiation exposure while in transit could provide some relief.  Here’s an 8-minute video from Nick Pineault, investigative health journalist and author of The Non-Tinfoil Guide to EMFs on how to chill your ride:


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Also Download Nick’s FREE PDF How 5G & EMF Radiation Impact Your Health

Peter Sullivan from Clear Light Ventures has also posted a video about reducing wireless radiation exposure while driving.

Wireless devices may be convenient but research has proven time and again that exposure isn’t good for our mental or physical health.

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