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  It's EASY to make sure You & Your Family are Safe?  

  EMF TESTING & MITIGATION  

 

In the last 10 years, our absorption of Electromagnetic Radiation has increased a quintillion fold.

Because we can't control our outside environment, it is imperative we keep our homes electronically "Quiet"

so our nervous system has the opportunity to rest and restore,

so our sleep is undisturbed and

our immune systems can rebuild.

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WAKE UP HAPPY

Wake up feeling rested, happy and with a kick in your step. Just as our bodies require clean, fresh water, they also desperately need a reprieve from the soup of man-made EMFs so they can have optimal rest and recovery time.​

Disturbed Sleep is the #1 reason most people call . . .

Baby Sleeping

When Your Technology is Safe . . .

  • Improved Sleeping Conditions 

  • Decreased Anxiety 

  • Increased Energy Levels

  • Increased Mental Acuity

  • Restored Memory Capacity

  • Improved Relations 

  • Improved Overall Well-Being

EMF Consultation 20min to 60 min with Kiah Bosy

FULL Home Consultation with Liz Menkes

"My one key Tip for battling insomnia is to sleep with my phone at least 5 ft away from me."   Jennifer Aniston

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Great video explaining the wireless

fields of our cell phones, modems, routers, and stereo systems as well as the electrical and magnetic fields of our homes & offices. Keep abreast so you can make clear choices for yourself and your family.

So . . . how SAFE is your home?
Take our FREE EMF Quiz NOW

Infamous Hollywood Actress, Jennifer Aniston is much admired by the world for her role as Rachel Green in the popular American sitcom, FRIENDS. 

Aniston has had insomnia, and she shares her secret of how it could be handled. 

"My one key Tip for battling insomnia is to sleep with my phone at least 5 ft away from me. That's helped me tremendously, and I also do a quick meditation before I get into bed, even if it's just for five minutes. There are also some yoga poses that I've found to be quite helpful in relaxing my mind, even if it's just a simple downward dog. But the biggest thing is the electronics shut down ideally an hour before I turn off the lights. It's a really big deal."

 —THE HUFFINGTON POST, APRIL 2016