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Woman claims she cured her depression and brain fog by switching off the Wi-Fi

Dominic Smithers

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Woman claims she cured her depression and brain fog by switching off the Wi-Fi

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A woman claims she cured her depression and brain fog by simply turning off her Wi-Fi.

Abigail Escobedo, from Idaho, says she became concerned about her health after giving birth to her first child back in 2018.

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The 28-year-old had always been conscious of what she put in her body, but says pregnancy changed things with her cravings going through the roof.

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And it was then that she was diagnosed with a condition called mononucleosis, which is a contagious disease that spreads through spit and causes chronic fatigue.

She recalled: "I felt terrible throughout and I told my husband that when we are done I want to start making some changes as I felt so sick.

"I suffered from chronic fatigue, I had terrible energy.

Abigail and Daniel with their children. Credit: SWNS
Abigail and Daniel with their children. Credit: SWNS
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"I had been to doctors, my provider, that helped a little bit but my immune system was shot, I was exhausted and ready for a change."

In a bid to tackle her health problems, the mum-of-three and her husband changed their diets, their skincare routines and even began turning electronic devices off at night.

Abigail said that cutting out the electromagnetic waves that come from phones had a huge impact on their energy levels.

"My husband, Daniel, has suffered from brain fog all his life and so we started learning about electromagnetic frequencies - the radiation that comes from electrical products," she said.

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"We started turning our Wi-Fi off at night and my husband and I were waking up so much more well rested in the morning.

Abigail knew that she had to change something after she had her first child. Credit: SWNS
Abigail knew that she had to change something after she had her first child. Credit: SWNS

"He could think clearer, that is when we started seeing a difference in brain fog for him especially."

It's also boosted her own mental health.

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"For me, it really affected my emotions, after a while when we were going through the time where we would turn our wi-fi on and off," Abigail said.

"I would turn it off during the day and put it on a timer for it to turn back on and I would feel it turning back on - it was crazy, it shocked me. I couldn't believe it was affecting me that much."

This was all on top of an overhaul of their diet.

Abigail and Daniel, 33, moved away from processed foods, ditching anything with Monosodium glutamate (MSG) in and cutting out sugar.

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The couple say they feel better than ever now. Credit: SWNS
The couple say they feel better than ever now. Credit: SWNS

"Not only has our quality of life greatly improved due to our increased energy and improved physical and mental health," she said.

"We feel empowered - knowing that simple changes can make a huge difference on our overall health.

"We started there and we started to see the difference and so we kept learning."

The couple claim that changing what they eat also helped treat their eczema and acne.

Abigail said: "He was 27 when we got married, he had been dealing with acne for a long time, the eczema was a combination for me of getting rid of MSG but primarily gut disruptors.

"There were three big things that I noticed that when I took those out my eczema cleared up.

"They were polysorbate 80, ceriganen and gluten."

Topics: Health, Science, Parenting, Food and Drink, Technology

Dominic Smithers
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