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Sleep Problems, the use of CPAP and BIPAP machines, and Electromagnetic Concerns April 2, 2007

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Do you use a machine to help you sleep?

You may be exposing yourself to increased pulsed radiation.

“…any machine that is operational will be putting forth a magnetic field. Considering the fact that both the cpap and bipap are strictly to insure respiration makes them a higher priority for health than the EMFs. Thus the only consideration is to convert the MF to a less invasive form. There are several devices that can be applied to these and any other electrical devices to decrease the effects of the EMFs. If that suggestion does not fall completely within your level of acceptability you might try to convince the manufacturers to come with a longer hose in order to create a greater distance from the actual pump.”

Dr. Howard Fisher

Watch for Dr. Fisher’s upcoming book: “The Invisible Threat: The Risks sssociated ith EMFs,” which will be released soon.

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1. Sleep Problems, the use of CPAP and BIPAP… - April 2, 2007

[…] Sleep Problems, the use of CPAP and BIPAP… […]

2. insomnia - May 15, 2007

So this may be able to help people sleep better? I am interested to find out more

3. Jon - January 10, 2011

Dr. Fisher won’t tell me where he got his “M.B.B.S.” degree! At one site he lists its source as Banipur Institute of (for) Medical Sciences, Kolkata, IN. He also lists himself everywhere as “Director” of this same institution.

But India’s overseeing board recognizes no such school. It can’t be found anywhere.

Is Dr. Fisher making up his “medical” degree(s)?

4. nilam1allinone - November 1, 2013

Thanks for your great information, the contents are quiet interesting.I will be waiting for your next post.cpap-masks

5. bipap vs cpap - July 14, 2014

Michael J. Breus, Ph.D., is a Clinical Psychologist and a Diplomate of the American Board of Sleep Medicine. He was one of the youngest people to have passed the Board at age 31 and, with a specialty in Sleep Disorders and Neuropsychological Testing, he is one of only 159 doctors in the world with his credentials and distinction. He is the co-founder of SoundSleep Solutions, a direct-to-consumer, sleep-related information Web site, and currently serves as Chairman of the Clinical Advisory Board for Sleep Holdings, Inc. (SLHJ.PK), the only publicly traded sleep diagnostic and therapy company in the world.


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