How a Canary in the Coal Mine Transformed Red Light Therapy Engineering

Andrew LaTour testing a red light therapy bed at a biohacking conference

LaTour says that he and his fellow EHS sufferers are the canaries in the electromagnetic coal mine. “People who suffer from EHS will experience heart palpitations, heart racing, anxiety or fear, mood issues, malaise, fatigue, and nausea or dizziness when in a high non-native electromagnetic field area. For me the first sign of being exposed to a high-EMF environment is my tinnitus (ringing in my ears) increases.” Sensitive people feel EHS first, but we are all subject to the effects of nnEMFs.” LaTour engineers only low-to-no EMF RLT devices because he knows the danger is real.