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Wifi/Cell Phones Cause Depression?

Tonight I find I’m in a modest funk, at a lonely bar, but not I’m a drunk, trying to make the best of situational stress, unexpected travel, isolation, loss and loneliness. 

Then again, what if it is all, strangely, the fault of WiFi? Check out this Mercola article.

Major depression is one of the most common disorders in the U.S.,1 with 16 million adults reporting at least one major depressive episode in the past year. When you look at all forms of depression, that number goes even higher. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 24 million Americans experience some form of depression, which can interfere with personal and work relationships, reduce work or academic performance and affect physical health.

Depression reduces your ability to care for yourself properly and make adequate decisions about your health, including nutrition and sleep. Imbalances in nutrition, weight fluctuations and poor sleep habits may lead to compromised immune function.

If ignored, depression can become chronic and can lead to self-harming behaviors such as drug or alcohol abuse and even be terminal if the person commits suicide. Up to 70 percent of people who commit suicide are clinically depressed, and 90 percent of people who struggle with suicidal thoughts experience a combination of depression and substance abuse.

… About one year ago Dr. Martin Pall published a review22 in the Journal of Neuroanatomy showing how microwave radiation from cell phones, Wi-Fi routers, and computers and tablets not in airplane mode is clearly associated with many neuropsychiatric disorders. I recently did an interview with him that will air on September 3. In the meantime, you can view my interview on EMFs that I discussed on my recent trip to visit with Dave Asprey, founder and CEO of Bulletproof.

These microwave EMFs increase intracellular calcium through voltage gated calcium channels (VGCCs) and the tissue with the highest density of VGCCs is the brain. Once these VGCCs are stimulated they also cause the release of neurotransmitters and neuroendocrine hormones leading to not only anxiety and depression, but neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s and brain cancer.

So, if you struggle with anxiety or depression, be sure to limit your exposure to wireless technology. Simple measures include turning your Wi-Fi off at night, not carrying your cellphone on your body and not keeping portable phones, cellphones and other electric devices in your bedroom.


If your life sucks right now, hang in there, you are not alone.


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2 thoughts on “Wifi/Cell Phones Cause Depression?

  1. I’ve read about various scientific studies on this very subject, and the correlation between constant human proximity to digital technologies and mood alteration appears to hold a great deal of validity.

    Posted by newsspellcom.org | 13 Oct 2017, 8:46 pm
    • There are studies I’ve seen on the non-thermal biological effects of microwave radiation. It’s very relevant as WiFi is spreading. I have times were my hand and fingers burn from too much proximity to devices.

      Posted by Xeno | 13 Oct 2017, 8:51 pm

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