What is EMF?
Electric and magnetic fields (EMFs) are invisible areas of energy, often referred to as radiation. They come from electrical power and electronic devices along with natural sources like sunlight.
EMFs are grouped by their frequency:
Non-ionizing: low-level radiation which is generally perceived as harmless to humans.
Ionizing: high-level radiation which has the potential for cellular and DNA damage.
It is important to remember that the strength of EMFs decrease dramatically with increasing distance from the source.