Peat Says Electric Shavers, Hairdryers Dangerous

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    Wasn't sure where to post this exactly, but I wanted to make people aware of a clip I have come across today, which has surprised me. As someone that has used an electric shaver almost daily for many years it was a shock to hear Peat mention electric shavers in such a negative way. I am going to start shaving properly from now on, because of this and pay more attention to electrical things in my home. Most of the information I mentioned is near the end of the video.

     
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    I noticed improved sleep quality after I moved my bed to the
    middle of the room, at least 3 feet away from the electric wiring
    in the wall. I probably got to stop getting haircut with electrical
    clippers, too close to the brain.
     
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    That is interesting! People think learning about "Peat" is just milk and oj but there is so much more to it than that, as this shows.
     
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    Thanks! :)



    And Imagine what a electronic car or motorcycle can do then.
     
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    I have noticed that I have trouble falling asleep when I use hairdryer in the evening.

    Electric cars? Geeze...
     
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    I Peat the best I can, but this is just going too far for me. I will carry on with my electric shaver.
     
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    Relevant -- Endotoxin And Fat Consumption

    Electric Shavers fall under Category (1) in that post -- Extreme Low Frequency EMF.

    For most people, the brief exposure is a mild stressor that is quickly recovered from, with little lasting consequence. In the extreme cases of EMF sensitivity (which is a sign of a wrecked body to begin with), these cause major effects.

    ....
     
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    Hopefully I'm not misremembering this, but I think Peat mentioned in another show that battery-based trimmers would be significantly better than AC models.
     
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    Big ask, but can you remember at all which show that was?
     
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    @Dan Wich No problem! I'm sure I will discover it at one point during my trawls through the archive of Peat interviews.
     
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    I agree. People with a very good nervous system do not care.
    Some people I know have chemical and electrical hypersensitivity, and they do care up to a point you cannot imagine!
    And some people are inbetween.

    So, it hurts all of us, but some people have enough energy to resist.
    And yes, I also confirm from people who have the problem, and this is direct information from them, they can tolerate a computer on battery, and not when charging, not when plugged.

    An helicopter passing by can cause the same type of problem too. And a somatic experiencing style discharge of the nervous system did effectively removed the associated symtoms, which comfirmed to me the link to the nervous system.
     
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    If electric toothbrushes, shavers, and vibrators are powered by regular AA batteries, do they emit EMFs? I recall RP giving a distinction about AC, DC, or battery type, but I can't remember what it was.
     
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