Dirty Electricity

Dirty Electricity or better known as electrical noise is a type of environment pollution that is plaguing Malaysians today.

This phenomena does not only affect our country. It is actually a major problem faced by developed countries all over the world. Although awareness is not there in the mainstream mesia, one just needs to Goolge the terms “Dirty Electricity” or “Electricity Noise” to discover how this pollution impacts our daily lives without us realising it.

As we advance in city development and technologies, we rely more and more on electrical and electronic items to conduct our daily activities. These items emit electromagnetic radiation which is dangerous for our health and has been classfied as ‘2B Carcinogen’ by World Health Organization.

How does it affect our health?
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Little did you know that our body runs on electrical impulses and these external electromagnetic waves can can confuse our body’s signalling pathways. In some individuals, it could even create havoc in the body and lead to symptoms that could be misdiagnosed as incurable diseases.

SWO as a lifestyle solution provider
When a human’s body is confused with interference from unecessary electromagnetic waves in its surroundings, it’s not able to rejuvenate itself as it naturally could.

SWO puts high emphasis on helping people to achieve a fulfilling life and maintaining a healthy mindset in order to do so. Our solution is aimed to help the brain achieve its optimum capabilities. That is, to think productively and be calm and relax when it needs to. Many people are not able to relax their mind when they should, hence their body is not able to go into relax and repair mode. This is a basic concept that eludes the common society today. We are not able to balance ourselves achieving what we want in life and helping our body to run efficiently.

We aim to provide an environment with least interference from electrical noise and electromagnetic waves to help everyone achieve more productive and fulfilling life.

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