What research shows is the likeliest explanation
We at Green Shield are often asked how our units work. First, you need to understand that an oscillating magnetic field is a type of electromagnetic energy that fluctuates back and forth. When rodents’ brains feel this type of energy, it can change the chemistry of the brain. This is by affecting the levels of certain chemicals called neurotransmitters. These chemicals send signals between nerve cells in the brain. They are involved in many important functions such as memory, mood, behaviour, and other brain functions in the rodent. Of course not all magnetic fields operate at the best frequency to achieve this result! But we know our units’ magnetic field varies at a particular frequency that disturbs the mice, rats, Glis Glis, and other rodents. They then want to find a less disturbing place to stay!