In our contemporary technology-driven society, it is nearly impossible to escape the mass exposure of OEMAs, whether at home, at work, at school, or in public places. The waves produced artificially by the technologies release digital toxins (free radicals) which interfere with the OEMs naturally produced by the human body. These interferences can disrupt and modify the activity of cells that normally contribute to the proper functioning of our system and therefore weaken our immune system and create oxidative stress.
On a low or medium scale, oxidative stress causes the denaturation (or oxidation) of many elements in our body, including proteins, lipids and sugars. This denaturation is what causes the “rusting” of tissues, muscles, arteries, as well as nerve and brain cells. This oxidation occurs naturally and plays a role in the aging process. However, external substances, such as cigarette smoke, AEMFs, pesticides and ozone, can also cause the massive formation of free radicals in the body, lead to premature aging and have negative effects on our health.