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The mobile phone is a device that has changed the way people communicate around the world. But it comes at a cost, and I'm not referring to the literal cost, which is increasing by the day. I'm referring to the one that you have to pay at the expense of your health.
Increased RF absorption from cellphones and other wireless devices has been linked to an increased risk of cancer, a rise in body temperature, sleep disorders, migraines, and other health problems. Now, this may sound frightening, but there are some simple practices you can incorporate in your daily life to lessen the effects of radiation on your body, which I'll break down for you below.
Carry your phone away from your body
It shouldn't come as a surprise that the device we use 24/7 is one of the biggest reasons we absorb radiation. You definitely heard this from your grandmother, and guess what she was right and there’s scientific proof behind it. So you better apologize for doubting her and take measures to protect yourself.
Now, here’s what you can do; every time that you take your phone to call or to scroll and watch videos on TikTok endlessly, keep your phone at least 5 mm away from your body. It’s that simple. The more you let the device touch your body, the more it will generate electromagnetic fields which find their way into your system and damage it irreversibly. Keep in mind to never carry it on the body, such as in the belt, pocket or on a neck strap.
Don’t speak on the phone while in the car
Speaking on the phone while driving should not even be considered, but if you happen to be the passenger, you shouldn’t do it either. Why? Well, during a card ride, your phone is rapidly switching between communication towers resulting in it emitting more radiation.
The best way of avoiding this increased radiation absorption, is to connect your phone to a speakerphone and attach your phone somewhere in the car away from your body.
In any case, it is best to talk as little as possible on the phone while in the car.
Don’t speak on the phone in weak reception arias
Speaking on the phone in weak reception areas such as the elevator or an airplane causes cell phones to boost RF transmission power. What you can do is simply avoid doing that.
Whenever you see that the signal is weak on your phone, just wait for a better connection before calling. Or consider texting rather than talking (hurra for introverts) - but, of course, don’t text while you are driving.
Turn off your phone or put it on airplane mode
Whenever you feel that your phone is not required for a few hours, you can switch it off or put it on airplane mode. Do it as much as possible. You can do it before you go off to sleep or go home to rest after a long day of work.
If you have children, make sure to put the tablet on airplane mode while they watch cartoons on it. Brain tissue is extremely fragile in a child and contains more fluid, which is more likely to be affected by radiation.
Avoid using your phone on a low battery
We've all been in situations where our phones are on the verge of dying but we need to use them urgently. This should be avoided at all costs. First and foremost, always charge your phone before leaving the house so that you don't end up with a 5% battery. Also, remember not to talk on the phone while it is charging because the amount of radiation released is 10 times higher at that time.
All you can do is try not to access your phone when the battery is low as the radiation increases then. Of course, there will be some situations where you have no other choice, but you can still restrain yourself from using your phone for non-critical activities.
In conclusion: It is impossible to totally avoid cell phone radiation without using any kind of protection, no matter what. The Bodywell Chip is the only scientifically proven solution to this problem. Do some research and give it a shot if you're interested. If you don't want to do any of the above, you can just cut down on the amount of time you spend on your phone and other devices. It's difficult in this day and age, but when it comes to your health, it's the least you can do.