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Cell Phone Radiation Minimization Tips

Submitted by on June 2, 2011 – 12:05 amNo Comment



The recent announcement by researchers from the WHO (World Health Organization) that cell phone usage would henceforth be listed in the similar ‘carcinogenic risk’ group as coffee, gases ejected from engines, chloroform & Pb (lead).

Sufficient ongoing research hasn’t yet been done to reach a clear-cut decision whether cell phone radiation is risk-free, though there’s ample information for persuading the World Health Organization of a likely link.

Mobile phone deploys NIR (non ionizing radiation) that does not harm DNA in the manner that ionising radiation is doing. Mobile phone radiation is operating more similar to rather less-strength microwave, though no one would truly like thinking about inclining one’s visage on a less-power microwave.

In case the WHO classification of cell phone use as probably causing cancer in human beings has gotten you worried then here’s some easily pointers on ways of limiting radiation exposure.

Avoid constantly wearing Bluetooth

Bluetooth device headphones would be exposing the user to some extent of radiation, but it would be definitely lesser in compared to those emitted from mobile phones.

The issue is that majority of the Bluetooth-wearers are donning the device at all times. For such people it is better to be switching the earpiece between the ears so that there isn’t excess one-sided exposure. Also make it a habit to remove off the earpiece when not using the phones.

Radiation Hot Beds

Mobiles aren’t emitting the analogous amounts of radiation at all times. For instance, one’s mobile phone would be emitting the max radiation when making connections to cell sites.

However, when one operates a mobile while one drives (or in motion) it would try to continuously make connection to cell sites which are coming inside & outside range - & thus increase power in an automatic manner  to a max level as the mobile repeatedly tries connecting to novel antennas. Faint signals too would be making the cell phone in working harder & hence emitting greater levels of radiation. Hence, skip making use of mobile while one is in a building, elevator & country areas. Studies have shown that mobiles give off greater amount of radiation during transmission as compared to during reception.

Reading the small print matters

Majority of us are oftentimes ignoring the manual coming along with one’s gadget. However, majority of the mobile phones safety instruction manuals notify the consumer about not keeping the gadget close to their heads, or also in pockets. The iPhone 4 mobiles by Apple states five/eight inches far from the body during transmission while the Bold model of Blackberry states keeping it a minimum of almost one inch away from the body while using it.

In case one keeps it close to one’s body, the makers could not assure that levels of radiation one would absorb are in a risk-free level.

Opt more for Texting

In case one wants to clutch the mobile close to one’s facial area at all times, then a better option would be texting, sending emails or optionally use a messaging service for those using smartphones. Hence, in this manner one would entirely evade placing the mobile to one’s head.

There’s also a common saying that smarter your mobile, greater the levels of radiation it emits.

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