EOM and decreased libido / Asexuality

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When electrosmog ruins sex and sex drive...

Sex used to be considered the most beautiful thing in the world. It has the added benefit of keeping us young, fit and healthy. It is therefore regrettable that sexual attraction is declining year by year in the general population. This has been well documented since the turn of the century. Those who think that the loss of libido (the natural desire for sex) is something that only happens to people of an older age would be seriously mistaken nowadays. Men and women in their late twenties report to their doctor or therapist a lack of interest in their own sexuality, and even young people wonder where their sexual desire has gone.

The libido does indeed decrease from year to year, but nowadays, the total absence of sexual desire begins as early as the age of 30!

A couple therapist (Volker van den Boom from Aachen) made this observation:

Unfortunately, I must confirm your observation. Five years ago, it was rare for a man not to want sex. Since then, I have seen a clear change in this trend. More and more men in their early thirties complain of a strong and persistent loss of libido. And this lack of desire applies not only to their current partner, but to their entire sexuality.


The link between sexual drive and hormones…

The way sexual desire manifests itself is a little fuzzy. This interaction of hormones, psyche (mind and fantasy) and metabolism is certainly complex. However, it is very clear that hormones play a very dominant role in this-testosterone in men and estrogen in women. Loss of sexual desire has not been explored with the dedication it deserves; it is simply viewed as a dysfunction or disorder. In the past, it has been easily dismissed as a problem of impotence in men and a reduced ability to reach orgasm in women. These are, of course, very important problems that are not necessarily related to a decrease in love for a partner.


LSD in relation to sexuality

It is generally known that libido decreases with age, as the hormonal changes that accompany aging lead to a decrease in sexual desire. Medications and their side effects can make the situation worse. But when loss of libido occurs in young adults or middle-aged people, it becomes very difficult to determine the cause. The whole phenomenon has simply been classified as a syndrome – LSD (Low Sexual Desire Syndrome).

The truth is that since the 1990s, more detailed and logical information has been provided to explain this problem. Unfortunately, the facts collide with economics and politics and we all know that financial interests take precedence over the health of the population. Thus, this bias towards economics and politics is probably the reason why the real causes of decreased libido are overlooked and not generally understood by people.

Of course, it’s relatively easy to sweep the “lack of libido” under the rug. Ask yourself this question for example: Even though we apparently live in a modern, enlightened, emancipated and spiritually open age, have you ever talked openly about sex with your friends in a more than general way where it didn’t include your personal difficulties? Have you talked to anyone about those times when you didn’t feel like having sex with your partner? Who is your confidant when it comes to these questions? Countless couples don’t even cross the line to openly discuss their own sexual needs and desires with their partner. To ensure anonymity, people need only ask Mr. Google quickly. It is inevitable that accurate information will not be obtained using this approach. People need to do their own investigations because sexuality is, and remains, a private and sensitive subject.


Lack of sexual desire and our environment

Yes, we live in modern times, but it is also a time when there are an inconceivable number of environmental toxins. In Germany alone, the list of permitted chemicals already includes 6,000 substances. Of these, only a few are properly risk assessed, resulting in a situation that is simply SERIOUS! What is missing are studies on the possible synergistic effects and interactions when these chemicals come into contact with each other. With regard to the issue of lack of libido, the focus is on materials that can act as hormones on human biology – so-called environmental hormones. These irritate the endocrine system and disrupt or interfere with the functioning of the body.


Public enemy number 1″ for libido-pesticides and plasticizers

Examples of such endocrine disruptors (EDCs) are, for example, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in coolants and insulating agents; and, of course, the many insecticides and herbicides that function as hormones. Many of them are also known today as plasticizers that can have a profound effect – so-called phthalates.

Even the smallest dose affects our sexual desire. But that’s not the only concern. Male fertility is also threatened. In addition, there is a suspected relationship with testicular, prostate and breast cancer. Our drinking water plays an important role in this. It is already known that water treatment plants are not able to remove all impurities with the filtering methods used. This is why we find residues of medicines such as birth control pills and antibiotics in our drinking water. Not long ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) made an alarming worldwide statement that antibiotic resistance in the population is increasing at an alarming rate.

Measures that can be taken against environmental hormones

Pay attention to the origin of your food

Favour certified organic products

Drink only filtered water. It is free of pesticides, environmental toxins and drug residues (Note: “energized” water without prior filtering makes almost no sense).

Ask about the possibility and application of regular detoxification of your body. Healthy and pure water is very important because it helps to eliminate toxins from the body.


Public Enemy Number 2″ of Libido-Electronic Pollution

The human race seems to have succeeded in electrifying our lives completely and continuously. Just turn off the main switch in your house or apartment and see what’s still working for you. Exposure of the human body and our health to electronic pollution (often called electrosmog or EMF/EMF), as well as technical shielding or protection against it, is the main topic Clean-Waves / BodyGuard is concerned with.

Absolutely everything to do with human health is related to the regeneration of cells. Only when regeneration is functioning optimally (i.e. damage is repaired by cell renewal) can the human body live healthy. Anyone who has been bedridden by illness knows what quality of life is like when you are sick. Unfortunately, modern life makes it impossible to regenerate optimally or not at all! This laid the foundation for the modern diseases of our civilization. Decline in sexual desire and activity is a natural part of this.

Alternating current (AC) – the first challenge of electronic pollution

Low-frequency electric and electromagnetic fields radiating from copper power cables are a major problem. Alternating current does not exist in nature and is a human invention. The human body works with direct current (DC) and therefore does not understand this “language” of alternating current. Nevertheless, the entire human electrobiological system is superimposed by massively powerful alternating fields. This ultimately leads to immense communication problems when it comes to cell repair. In fact, our electrical devices operate almost exclusively with direct current, which is why each device is equipped with an integrated transformer to convert alternating current into direct current.

Wireless transmission technology – the second problem of electronic pollution

Mobile phone technology and wireless technology in general (radio, TV, GSM, WLAN, Wi-Fi, UMTS, LTE, microwave, radar) followed immediately after the electrification of our homes and now completely control our lives. The main problem in this context is that the frequencies used are in the biologically relevant high frequency (HF) range. In other words, at these frequencies, the body cannot identify and decide if it is “good or bad for me”; therefore, it cannot protect itself. For mobile phones, the 2.4 GHz band is generally used. That’s 2.4 billion cycles per second, or 2.4 billion little electrified beats on our cells per second.

The combination of electricity (low frequency) and wireless technology (RF)

The consequences of being exposed to this combination of radiation 24 hours a day means that the electromagnetic tension in the body increases far beyond what is healthy. Measurements taken in cities show that the tension in the body is 40 times higher than acceptable. Our endocrine glands are particularly sensitive to electromagnetic pollution. Studies confirm the negative effect, which is a reduction in the production of melatonin in the pineal gland. Animal studies have led us to conclude that melatonin is very important for our sleep and also plays a vital role in sexuality. When melatonin is in limited quantity in men, libido also leaves something to be desired.

In fact, excessive exposure to electromagnetic radiation is now considered to be the leading cause of breast cancer in young women.

Tips to avoid electromagnetic pollution

At night, turn off WLAN, Wi-Fi, cordless phones/base stations and mobile phones.

If you are using a phone as an alarm clock, set the phone to airplane mode.

Never charge your phone next to the bed at night.

Minimize the time you have a mobile phone in your pants pocket or bra. If you must carry it with you, make sure you use a protective pouch.

Automatically turn off power to the electrical circuits that cause radiation exposure in your room at night, using properly distributed circuit switches (this requires an assessment).

Learn about creating a Faraday cage in the bedroom to keep harmful EMF levels at bay.

If this seems too restrictive, wearing the Body Guard bracelet with our world patented and proven device will have the same beneficial effects as all these protective measures.

There is now more compelling evidence than just insightful observations about the healing process of sick people. This evidence tells us that there is real progress towards recovery only once the person is protected from electronic pollution.

The beginning of an active libido and a fulfilled sexuality

By taking the two questions above 1) Environmental Toxins / Environmental Hormones and 2) Electrosmog in your daily life seriously, you are laying an excellent foundation for your health. There is a saying: “Do good to your body, so your soul desires to live in it”. These words are more relevant today than ever before, because never before have there been so many influences acting on our bodies and therefore on our health. If your body can feel good again, the chances are very high that your libido will improve, your relationship with your partner will flourish and life in general will return to the way it should be.

A small word of wisdom in conclusion: The human body, with all its muscles and bones, has a thirst for movement. Movement greatly stimulates blood circulation, oxygen transport and cell renewal. Passionate sex is also an ingenious form of sports movement.

GENDER is truly the most wonderful (and healthy) thing in the world !