Are Your CFL Bulbs Killing You??

We have been led to believe CFL bulbs are good for the environment, the energy crisis, our bank account, and global warming, right? We all  thought so until this announcement…

Investigation Announced into Potential Dangers of Compact Florescent Lights

Always believing CFLs were a good thing, Health Canada  announced that exposure levels of CFL bulbs may potentially be harmful considering the electromagnetic-field and ultraviolet radiation levels. There are three areas of concern to your health and the environment. They include toxic mercury, ultraviolet radiation, and electromagnetic fields.

Lots of people are reporting serious health problems that come from compact fluorescent light bulbs:

Mild to severe headaches (Migraines)
Skin Irritation, redness, burning sensations, and or itchiness
Dizziness and nausea
Tinnitus (ringing in the ears) and earaches
Numbness and tingling sensations
Tired, weak and fatigued

Difficulty sleeping/restlessness
Chest Pains/heart Problems
Poor memory and concentration
Feelings of stress and anxiety
Depression and mood swings
Difficulty breathing
Muscle and joint pain
Pain and pressure in the eyes


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  4. Jordan Zwagerman says:

    chest pains can be really painful and it could also indicate a serious disease. –

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