Numb fingers from Apple MacBook Pro

by ANNIE
(Hastings MN USA)

MacBook Pro

MacBook Pro

Forced on disability due to collapsing from cellphone tower across street from new apartment!

Helping Physician raise seed capital but cannot use my MacBook Pro anymore even with special fabrics and shields.

Is there an APPLE desktop with low EMFs?

Many thanks,

Annie

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Feb 22, 2018
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Must Avoid ALL EMRs, 2 days off not the Rx
by: Anonymous

Unfortunately taking 2 days off is far from exposure, in my case, could never address the issue. i must avoid 24/7 any EMR exposure --except driving to the sauna at the healthclub.
The idea of "not using any mobile phones, any laptops or computers. This also includes wireless routers" may be a prophylactic for those not yet suffering, or are unaware of their body burden, but I live under a canopy and of course have my MB Pro in antoher room with a Thunderbolt Display outside of my military grade screen/canopy.

After spending 1000s of dollars to protect me from my MBPro, think I am stuck with it rather than buying a lower EMR laptop which would also require mitgation of radiation. MANY THANKS

Jan 04, 2018
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Apple MacBook Pro and EMF
by: Remus

I do not know any Apple computer that has a low EMF. I suffered from MacBook Pro myself.

What I can recommend is to have two days a week completely EMF free. This means not using any mobile phones, any laptops or computers. This also includes wireless routers.


The only computers that I know to be low EMF are Asus, Toshiba and Dell Latitude laptops.

Also you can have a desktop computer (Mac Pro) in a separate room and work in your room just with a monitor connected with cables. This is probably the best solution if you want to have a Mac desktop.


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