EMF Radiation: Where it comes from and What you can do.
March 16, 20212 min read
In our modern Day-to-Day life, our electronic devices/gadgets are constantly emitting EMF Radiation. These have the potential to affect us physically and mentally.
EMF(Electronic and Magnetic Field) is the major radiation from electronic internet-connected devices. It is an invisible form of energy associated with the various uses of electrical power and natural or human-made lighting.
The article is dedicated to raising awareness of the effects of EMF and solutions to help block EMF from electronic internet-connected devices.
Which devices are responsible for EMF:
There are several devices available that are responsible for EMF radiation.
Desktops and Laptops
Devices with BlueTooth connectivity
Headphones, BlueTooth speakers, Mice, Keyboards
X-rays, CT Scans
Air travel and preflight scanners
Internet Connected Smart Devices
Potential Problems due to EMF exposure:
According to Washington State University, there are more than 30 documents that link EMF radiation to cancers. As well as other serious diseases, EMF radiation has been linked to Anxiety, and Unbalanced Hormones. These big companies tend to downplay this fact and try to cover up by saying that their devices are safe.
However, the truth is that many of these internet connected devices and high frequency electronics, have not been around long enough to accurately depict the damage that these are causing.
For example, how recently were lead vests introduced while getting X-Rayed? But at the same time we walk through airport security without anything.
How to limit EMF from electronic internet-connected devices:
Use your cellphone or Laptop safely.
Our Laptops and Cellphones/Smartphones are some of our most used devices. Here are some habits Develop these habits when using your cellphone or Laptop
Try using Bluetooth as little as you can and, if possible, completely neglect it.
Avoid Bluetooth devices like headphones and speakers.
Avoid direct contact of your device with your body.
Try to put them on Airplane mode at night.
Use the speakerphone function when you are on call.