Environmental Tips for Parents to Improve Learning and Attention

Environmental Tips for Parents to Improve Learning and Attention

Cell phones heat up brain tissue. They "cook" the brain.

Cell phones heat up brain tissue. They “cook” the brain.

It makes sense to eliminate known triggers that impact learning and attention. Awareness of these triggers can lead to reduced toxic exposures and thus, can help provide optimum environments for academic improvement as well as prevention of future health problems. Our children’s academic success and health is well worth it!

The following is based on recommendations of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine and founded upon extensive  scientific findings from peer-reviewed research.

Make sure your home and school are healthful environments. Both mold and RF radiation are toxic exposures you can take steps to avoid.

  1. No mold, leaks, or water damage

  1. Reduce rf radiation exposures (electrosmog pollution from wireless – rf radiation is considered a toxin and does not occur in nature)

Children's brain tissue impacted by cell phones

Children’s brain tissue impacted by cell phones

Wifi is Unhealthy

Title Date
Letter to the FCC regarding Radiofrequency Exposure Limits. 08/30/2013
Letter to the Peel School District regarding installation of WiFi systems in the school district. 04/22/2013
Letter to the Los Angeles Unified School District regarding installation of WiFi systems in the school district. 3/19/2013
The American Academy of Environmental Medicine Board of Directors approve a statement regarding wireless radio frequency fields in schools 10/3/2013
American Academy of Environmental Medicine Recommendations Regarding Electromagnetic and Radiofrequency Exposure 07/12/2012
Electromagnetic and Radiofrequency Fields Effect on Human Health 04/12/2012

 

Susan Brinchman, M. Ed

Special Educator, 31 years

Owner, San Diego Tutors, La Mesa, CA

Founder and Director, Center for School Mold Help, formerly a 501c3 nonprofit (9 years)

Founder and Director, Center for Electrosmog Prevention, a 501c3 nonprofit (3 years)

 

 

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