Nancy Messinger, RN, BBEC
Nancy is a Certified Building Biology Environmental Consultant (BBEC) and Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist (EMRS) through the International Institute of Building-Biology and Ecology. She is also a Registered Nurse (RN) in the state of Oregon and a Feng Shui Red Ribbon Professional through The International Feng Shui Guild.
I became a Building Biologist and Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist with one goal in mind; to help people. After years of working as a Cardiac RN I realized that many people were afflicted with illnesses that the medical profession could not easily explain. It was at that point that I decided to focus my attention on searching for preventative practices that could help people identify underlying causes of their health issues.
As a Certified Building Biologist (BBEC) and EMR Specialist you can expect that I will make assessments of four different types of EMF’s that may be present in your home. The four types are:
- Electric fields from house wiring is the most common form of EMF.
- Magnetic fields which come from house wiring and electric utility wires. Sources include overhead or underground wires, transformers from the electric utility, and small box transformers on low voltage lighting, cell phone chargers and computers cords.
- Radio frequencies (RF) come from wireless devices such as Wi-Fi, cell phones, wireless routers, baby monitors, appliances, smart meters, cell phone towers and more.
- Harmonic frequencies called dirty electricity. These are produced by dimmer switches, CFL bulbs and florescent lighting.
Each different type of EMF/EMR requires specialized sensitive meters and EMF Healthy Solutions uses only the highest quality professional equipment comparable to what is used in hospitals and research centers.
Indoor Air Quality Testing (IAQ)
Breathing quality indoor air is critical for good health. Most Americans spend a significant amount of time indoors–either in the home, office or other types of buildings–where gas, chemical and other pollutants can cause headaches, eye irritation, allergies and fatigue.
An on-site IAQ assessment includes a visual inspection of the property and testing for suspected allergens. These allergens can include air particulates, mold spores, mycotoxins, VOCs, formaldehyde, gases, carbon monoxide and tobacco smoke. Many new products off-gas for an extended period of time, sometimes even years, without any visual or olfactory detection, but continue to have a negative effect on your health.