You’ve probably heard plenty of scary stories about the dangers of cellular phones. In fact, the media headlines about cell phone radiation have been so intense this year that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has already begun a public awareness campaign to alert the public to the dangers of radiation from cell phone use. But did you know that your phone doesn’t even contain enough radiofrequency energy to pose a health risk? That’s right, your cellphone doesn’t emit enough electricity to make you harm from phone use – at least not from what we know. Conversely, you can more than certainly harmful effects from prolonged exposure to cellphone radiation if you are prone to anxiety or depression. Because whether you are using a cell phone for business or personal purposes, there is no reason why your body cannot handle excessive radiation for its own sake without danger. So give it a try and see how much you can benefit from having less focus in your day-to-day routine!
What Is Cell Phone Radiation?
These apps create their own unique “radiation” that can show up on the subject’s skin without the person even realizing they are receiving a harmful transmission. This special kind of radiation is called electromagnetic radiation (EMR). It’s not “good” for you – it’s just there. What your phone doesn’t allow you to do is “negative” type the radiation, which means that it won’t show up on your skin when you use it the right way.
How Is Cell Phone Radiation Dangerous?
We already discussed the negative effects of cellphone use above, but what about the positive side effects? There are a number of common complaints from cellphone users about the radio frequency (RF) transmission from their devices – the most common of which is an increased risk of mental health issues. Depending on your location and the intensity of the phone signal, you may experience uncomfortable itching, burning, tingling, or constricting sensations as the RF waves travel through your body. These sensations can range from mild discomfort to more serious problems, like headaches and type 2 diabetes issues.
Why Does Your Body Need to be Ticked Into Action on a daily basis?
The average person uses about three handheld devices (1-3 Gadgets) every day – a total of about 100 hours every year. While most people use these devices for a few hours every day, there are those who only use them a few weeks out of the year. Robotics and machine-generated RF waves have been shown to be as harmful as humans to the brain and nervous system – even in people who are not physically present on the ground. Humans are sensitive to RF emissions from our devices, which may explain why some occupations – like medical technicians – are sensitive to RF transmissions as well. Robotics, the use of machines to “see” and process information, is one of the most potent forms of RFID technology. It’s not just your basic telephone that’s generating this RFID signal – it’s also your computer, smartphone, and even your car radio. Some companies are even taking this one step further and exploring the “even” – or full – year of continuous data collection for wearable electronics. Companies like Apple, Google, and Samsung are actively seeking this out as part of their future RFID efforts.
Benefits of Cellphone Use
While it’s true that you shouldn’t be using a cellphone for long periods of time on a daily basis, there are some benefits of using a smartphone even when you only have three or four hours left in the day. Here are a few common ones: Noise-cancelling. If you’re in a71% of phone conversations with others and 90% of phone calls are unidirectional, you might as well ditch the land line and switch to a Bell or T-Mobile phone. This might sound like a no-brainer, but when you only use the phone a few hours out of the day, you miss the call-outs and phone messages. You can also avoid ear infections and carpal tunnel syndrome, which can occur when you don’t take care of yourself. Noise level. Although you don’t want to miss a word of conversation, you also don’t want to hear the same conversations over and over again in your head, which can lead to unproductive thinking and a higher risk of cognitive decline.
Disadvantages of Cellular Phone Use
While most people see the advantages of using a hand-held device as a positive, there are disadvantages as well. Here are some of the more notable ones: Heavy. A single house phone weighing as much as or more than a smartphone can be cumbersome to carry, especially for someone with a long flight. It can even be hard for someone with disabilities to lift. Noisy. While you shouldn’t be hearing your phone’s alerts or receiving notifications in your head, you definitely shouldn’t being emitting unredundant signals from it. Searching. While you shouldn’t be “searching” for information on the phone, you definitely shouldn’t “spinning” it in your head.
You can simply use your bare hands to handle all of the daily tasks that come with carrying a phone – like picking up the kids from school, taking them to the park, and so on. And don’t forget to keep your hands out of the air where you can’t be seesed off with a phone.