Sleep disorders and headaches
The pineal gland is located in the center of the brain and produces the important neurohormone melatonin, which controls the sleep and wake rhythm for humans. The pineal gland is very sensitive to electrosmog and reduces the production of melatonin.
As a result, sleep disturbances may occur. Sleeping through the night becomes more difficult and you are awake more often during the night. Many people react with the 2 to 3 hour rhythm, i.e. every 2 to 3 hours the body is awake. After several months, such sleep disorders inevitably lead to chronic fatigue.
In addition, melatonin also acts against overstimulation in the head. If there is too much electrosmog at the sleeping place over a longer period of time, the melatonin level settles at too low a level and the consequences can be headaches and migraines, which then become noticeable during the day.
Anyone suffering from the symptoms mentioned should have their sleeping place examined by a professional. There are good possibilities in modern building biology to protect the sleeping place in such a way that the person can sleep without electrosmog and the pineal gland can produce the important neurohormone melatonin normally again.