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'Electrosmog is a bigger threat than Ebola' - Noel Edmonds

Edmonds uses a computerised yoga mat to combat the smog
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Electrosmog (ES) is no longer a threat to society according to scientists, however TV presenter Noel Edmonds begs to differ.

Edmonds claims that electrosmog is driving us all mad and is now a bigger threat to us than Ebola or Aids.

The mist, that is emitted by the use of Wi-Fi and mobile phones, is said to be the most threating global issue facing us today, according to Edmonds.

But scientists have revealed that the case for electrosmog is almost non-existent, with four per cent of people around the UK claiming to experience symptoms, from hair loss to headaches, reports The Guardian.

The World Health Organisation also supports this, with a statement from 2005 reading: “There is no scientific basis to link ES symptoms to EMF exposure. Further, ES is not a medical diagnosis, nor is it clear that it represents a single medical problem."

Speaking to CelebrityRadio.biz, Edmonds said: “'We're surrounded by electro mist, fog and smog. We're covering ourselves in the wrong sorts of electro-magnetism.

“The Wi-Fi and all of the systems that we are introducing into our lives are destroying our own natural electro-magnetic fields.”

The Deal or No Deal frontman says that he is able to banish the negative vibes caused by the smog by using a £2,000 computerised yoga mat every day, which he also claims helps to maintain his youthful looks.

Edmonds added: ”It’s a brilliant technology, it is not cheap, it costs £2,000. It removes pain and reduces stress and people tell me I don’t look 66.”

During the interview Edmonds also revealed that there is no such thing as death, stating that we can’t die.

Image source: Noel Edmonds

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