The one night in months I went to bed before my wife, she leaves the WiFi on all night. I wake up at 3:30am feeling terrible and can’t sleep anymore. I walk out of the room and notice that all the panel switches are on.
Great, I thought to myself. All the signals. All. Night. Long.
That one mistake cost me three hours of sleep. I was exhausted and grouchy all day. The next day I had a near medical emergency. I was trembling and so weak I thought I might faint.
For a person with moderate to severe WiFi sensitivity, is how little a nudge it takes to move the needle from a functional day to dysfunctional.
How I recover from too much WiFi exposure
It can take up to 48 hours to recover from a bad day of too much signal exposure. There are a couple things I do that have the greatest impact:
- Drink extra water
- Avoid prolonged contact with my iPhone and laptop
- Sit outside away from the WiFi router
- Go for a barefoot walk on the beach (toes in the water)
- Take a midday nap
- Get in a workout and get the feel-good hormones pumping
- Go for a second walk in the afternoon away from houses and signals if possible
- Lie on the grass and look up at the sky
Most days, I’m surrounded by WiFi, radio, electric, and a host of other invisible signals. So that’s why it’s so important to reduce exposure when I sleep at night.
Things I do daily to recover from excessive WiFi signal exposure:
- Turn off WiFi at bedtime
- Turn all devices in the bedroom to Airplane Mode
- Turn off all lights and cover all light-emitting devices
- Turn off 75% of the breakers in the breaker box
What about you? What do YOU do to recover from excessive signal exposure?
Photo by Misha Feshchak