The Night the Screaming Stopped … by Susan Finley

I have made some horribly bad decisions in my life…

I’ll be sharing bad decision #972 …

which was, setting up my 87-year-old mom in a hospital bed in my living room, surrounded by security cameras, baby monitors and cordless phones. Mom had dementia, I was trying to keep her safe; I had no idea of the consequences that awaited us …

Mom became more nervous, agitated, scared and could not sleep; she screamed continually. Her doctor blamed it on her dementia and prescribed more drugs for her.

I slept on the couch next to her hospital bed with my head against the wall where the Wi-Fi router, TV and Cable modem lived — my cell phone nesting on my pillow.

You are probably saying, yeah so what, I sleep with my phone, and I am surrounded by WiFi devices 24/7 too, what’s the big deal?

I’ll tell you; but first we have to go a bit back in time to October 29th, 2012, the day Super Storm Sandy hit my hometown of Lindenhurst, Long Island.

I knew it was only a matter of time till we lost power; mom was restless and screaming that she was afraid, and the idea of being trapped in the dark with mom had me the most stressed out and strung out I had ever been in my life. As the winds outside kept growing stronger, my mother’s screams became louder and louder.

And then it happened….

With an earth-shattering loud Crack, Bam, Boom! one of our largest trees crashed to the ground — taking our power lines with it. We were engulfed in darkness and startled, but as the hours went on… I noticed something amazing…

Mom became quiet and calm, she seemed more alert, yet at peace and happily fell asleep; she slept a solid 9 hours! It was magical.

The next 12 days with no electricity were pure heaven for both mom & me.

So that Big Deal you were wondering about is this…

My mom did not need more drugs like the doctor suggested. You know what she needed??? For someone to shut off the damn Wi-Fi !

If you are caring for someone with dementia, please know that their condition is aggravated by wireless devices. Most of us are not aware of the cumulative effects these wireless devices are having on us and our loved ones, mainly because we are never without them long enough to make a comparison.

If you are caring for a family member with dementia my plea to you is this: don’t wait for a natural disaster or a health issue to strike. Shut off your Wi-Fi now! Help give your body & their’s, the peace, tranquility and health it deserves.

In honor of my Mom’s Birthday on September 17th, join me, as I launch Defeat Dementia!, a FREE 3-day challenge to create a happier, healthier, life for both you & your loved one! Take action now — Register at:

Susan Finley is a Certified Sound Therapist, PEMF Specialist and is the Owner of Acoustic Therapeutix. She hosts free PEMF webinars on Zoom, where you can purchase a PEMF Mat (Susan is an independent distributer for Swiss Bionic Solutions) or just hang out, ask questions and learn more. No pushy sales ever! To get our webinar calendar, and more info about PEMF, sign our mailing list at: Susan’s office is located in Babylon at the Zemba Chiropractic Center on West Main Street.



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