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6 Tips to Improve Safety From Cell Phone Radiation

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Apply these 6 Amazing Tips to Improve Safety From Cell Phone Radiation.
Your cell phone depends on radio waves. Do you think that when you are not making a call from your phone, this is idol and not working? Absolutely not. Every cell phone sends radio waves to the antenna after every 30 to 40 seconds. What does it mean? It means that your phone is constantly working and beaming. Frequent use of cell phone can bring negative effect on your health. You can reduce this exposure by adopting some doos and donts.

1. Are you addicted to keep your cell phone beneath the pillow? It is a killing habit. Keep cell phone away while sleeping. In case if you want to set an alarm on a mobile phone, then you can set it on Airplane Mode and now it is OK to have it on your side.

2. Are you addicted to keep the mobile phone in your front or back pocket? This is absolutely another bad habit. Don’t walk around all, the day while having a cell phone near any organ of your body. It is advised to keep it in a bag. During the office hours, you can put a mobile phone on a table keeping a safe distance. Do not move around the whole day with your phone in your pocket. It is mentioned in the booklets of cell phone, making companies that keep the distance of 15 millimeter from the phone.

3. Are you addicted to use a mobile phone in car, bus, train or elevator? Normally people save their time in the way that they make calls while journey. It is wrong too. Cabin of car, bus, train and elevator acts like a microwave oven when you make a call there. Radio waves of phone continuously are being thrown and return back after touching the mettle sheet of your vehicle. Try to use as minimum as possible in these situations.

4. Are you addicted to make long calls? Making long calls directly from the mobile phone can be harmful. Have you experienced while long calls that your ear and jaw skin is getting hotter and hotter? This is due to these radio waves because they are damaging your skin and soft tissues around there. It acts like a microwave effect. So, please keep your calls short. In case, if your one makes long calls, you can use wired handset or hand free to keep the safe distance between the mobile phone and your body. Use a wired handset, not Bluetooth. It is even better if you send messages rather than making a call. If you have a choice of landline, it is the best option for you. Call from landline.

5. Are your children addicted to use mobile for making calls or playing games? Very bad deal. The skeleton of kids is thin and soft. Radio waves travel through your child’s brain. They can be damaged easily by the harmful waves. If your kid play games, go to the market and buy a SIM free device for games. It is better to be safe than sorry.

6. A bonus tip: Don’t use a mobile phone when there is a weak signal. When the signals are weak, your handset has been strongly trying to search those radio waves to get connectivity. So, don’t come between mobile phone and antenna in such scenario.
So, that was some dust and dents. Adopt them and reduce the exposure of radio waves of your cell phone. Happy mobile using.

For more information on Mobile Phone Radiation and your health, please visit this page
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile_…

 

6 Tips To Improve Safety From Cell Phone Radiation
6 Tips To Improve Safety From Cell Phone Radiation
6 Tips To Improve Safety From Cell Phone Radiation
6 Tips To Improve Safety From Cell Phone Radiation

6 Tips To Improve Safety From Cell Phone Radiation

6 Tips To Improve Safety From Cell Phone Radiation

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