As a person who has experienced the benefits of the Q-Link pendant, such as less stress, greater focus, more energy and an overall sense of well-being, I am very interested in the Q-Link technology and wanted to share with you the Summary of the QLink ClearWave on Anxiety Levels of Students. David A. Eichler, Ph.D., Holos University, conducted a study to examine the effects of QLink on anxiety levels. The subjects were students and teachers in a public school setting within an existing EMF environment.

There were a total of 184 students, 93 male and 91 female. The average age of the subjects was 12, from eight six –grade level classes at a public middle school in Northeast Kansas. Individuals had to complete each of the two baseline surveys and each of nine intervention surveys to be included in the Study. Ninety-one students met this criteria.

The State-Trait Anxiety Inventory for Children (Spielberger, 1973) which is a standardized survey designed specifically for 4th to 6th grade children to assess state and trait anxiety levels was the dependent measure utilized in this survey. The QLink ClearWave devices were the independent measure used in the study. The active and inactive (sham) units were identical in appearance. Students were exposed for approximately five hours each day to the Q-Link device (active or sham). David Eichler, the teachers and students were unaware of whether they were in a group with active or inactive devices. A double-blind repeated-measures control group design was utilized for the study.

In the study, each classroom was equipped with a 27 inch color television, a VCR, a computer/monitor and printer for the teacher, two or three computers/monitors and a printer for the students, as well as an overhead projector. Electromagnetic field readings were taken using a TriField meter. Exposure levels varied depending on different location. Student Seating Area was 0 to 1mG, Teacher’s
Station Area was <1 mG to 25-50 mG, Computer/Monitor/Printer Area was 5-50 mG, Overhead Projector 3mG to over 100 mg and Television and VCR <1 mG.

The results of the Intervention Data concluded that a between-subject treatment effect test indicated a statistically significant difference between treatment and conditions for the state anxiety scores at a 94% confidence level, F(1)=3.67, p=.059. The same test did not indicate a statistically significant difference between treatment and control conditions for trait anxiety scores, F(1)=.077, p=782). In addition the QLink group state anxiety average scores decreased by 3.0 average points as compared to only 1.9 points for the inactive control group.

The study concluded: “With the increased focus on outcomes using standardized testing in public education, a device that helps reduce anxiety may assist individuals who, in particular, experience performance anxiety levels on such tests. Reduction in anxiety may affect one’s perceptions of their environment, thereby reducing feelings of hostility, depression, frustration, isolation, etc.

It is possible that prolonged exposure to SRT devices in schools may produce a cascading series of events that may help to lessen these feelings, thereby, reducing overall levels of violence (including less severe acts, for example fighting or bullying).

It is also possible that the SRT device may impact the ability for information to be more successfully processed and/or assimilated into the student’s overall educational schema. If this holds to be true, students may be more likely to successfully concentrate on presented material within the curriculum, resulting in achieving mastery over all material in a more expeditious fashion.

While this study did yield a significant effect of an SRT device on reduction of state-levels of anxiety, a larger contextual question exists. Do such decreases have a meaningful impact on the student’s well being (social validity) and, if so, in which dimensions (academic, interpersonal, emotional, biological…)?

Nevertheless, this data does provide reasonable promise that SRT devices, such as the Clarus Q-Link ClearWave, may indeed afford some degree of benefit to individuals with regard to anxiety reduction.”

After reading the above study and conclusions, it is a confirmation of the benefits I have received from wearing a Q-Link Pendant.

Author's Bio: 

Esmeralda Cooper is the Co-Owner of and has been very interested in alternative health methods for many years. She has been experiencing the benefits of Q-Link products and is very excited share them with others. For more information on QLink products, please go to