Melatonin and electric fields

Electric Magnetic Fields Reduce Melatonin

Research by Dr. Sidney Lang

Nine studies showing that magnetic fields as low as 0.2 ┬ÁT suppress melatonin production

Nighttime Magnetic Field Exposure Linked to Reduction in Melatonin

What happens to our bodies as a result of Esmog

With Esmog (electro smog), and especially with electric power fields, the hormone production in the brain changes drastically. The pineal gland no longer produces a sufficient amount of melatonin, a sleep-inducing hormone. This lack of melatonin results in the Hypophysis (pituitary gland) no longer being able to produce the necessary amount of hormones we need to function properly in the day.
The gland is divided into the posterior and anterior pituitary, each responsible for the production of its own unique hormones. All of this action occurs within the darkness of the night, when there is no switch power present. Due to the fact that the pituitary gland cannot make out the difference between the switch power (AC) and sunlight, the entire hormonal production system is thrown out of sync. Especially electric fields from electric wiring close to the bed disrupt the subtle fields of the body. These electric fields have a disruptive influence that interferes with the body's ability to achieve deep and restful sleep. As a result, vitality levels of Melatonin are reduced and the function of the immune system is suppressed. The ability of the body to heal, rejuvenate and deal with chronic illness is compromised.

The E-Cover shields the body from Electric fields during sleep. This way the pineal gland can produce a sufficient amount of melatonin, resulting in an immediate solution.