Humans are electromagnetic organisms. Many processes in our body are controlled by complex low-frequency signals (biophotons): e. g. the nerve impulses in the synapses, the different rhythms in the brain, or the function of the cardiovascular system. Constant exposure to electromagnetic radiation will severely disrupt these cell communication paths, which can result in a weakened immune system and ultimately cause diseases. Hundreds of studies have confirmed the harmful effects of electromagnetic radiation on the immune system, the enzyme synthesis, the nervous system, the ability to learn as well as on moods and behavioral patterns. All aspects of life on the molecular, cellular, biochemical and physiological level can be impacted by electrosmog.