Measuring Red Blood Cell Damage From Radio Frequency Radiation

When a red blood cell or any cell is stressed, it naturally loses oxygen because it loses electrons. If you are exposed to strong levels of EMF for a prolonged period of time then this will begin to present at significant levels. The most common symptoms of low blood-oxygen levels is a loss of energy, brain fog, dizziness, vertigo, or light-headedness. This loss of oxygen to the red blood cells  will also increase the acidity of your blood. Thus, if you have Lyme Disease, this will exacerbate the discomfort.

In the past, in order to measure a drop in blood-oxygen, doctors would have to take a live blood sample and view it under a microscope, immediately. Now, you can purchase a finger monitor, like the one pictured, that will measure your SpO2 levels as well as your heart rate in beats per minute (BPM).



If you find yourself with very low energy and you think that you may be exposed to high levels of EMF, then you can use this inexpensive meter to check your blood-oxygen level. If it reads below 95, then you need to make the corrections necessary to bring it back above 95.

Our EMF Testers are equipped to check these levels for you. Yes, we carry a finger monitor in our tool kits. There's no need to get your finger pricked anymore.