Wi-Fi – Protect Yourself from Too Much Radiation

While taking advantage of Tablet, Smartphone, Wi-Fi, we are exposed to constant electromagnetic fields. What can having radiation for us for long term effects, is still not out, therefore: less is sometimes more. With us you will find a few tips we you can reduce the Smartphone, Wi-Fi and co. steel load. After Danish young people have found the harmful effects of Wi-Fi on plants in an experiment, many are wondering how you can protect against the Wi-Fi radiation, or whether it is necessary at all.

The Federal Office for radiation protection according to the previous limits sufficient according to the current scientific knowledge for smartphones and Wi-Fi router to us from health risks that are proven to protect. Long term effects could not however be excluded through Wi-Fi and co, as, for example, brain tumours, the Federal agency that with last safety.

Some prevention is therefore quite reasonable, therefore: it should not eternally long phone calls with the mobile and not constantly wear it on the body, because the electromagnetic fields that occur during a telephone conversation with smartphones in a body are stronger than the fields where it is exposed by adjacent cellular base stations. The use of head-sets is also not bad, also reduces the radiation. As a general rule: If you have the choice between the use of landline phone and Smartphone, you should opt for the former. Reducing radiation exposure for children is especially important. You are still in development and can therefore vulnerable. In children, the phone calls with the Smartphone should be restricted as far as possible.

Modern Smartphones have the advantage that they often send in the UMTS standard, which is radiation-poorer than the GSM standard, the older models often use compared to older mobile phones. Still a tip when it comes to surfing the Smartphone: if possible, you should surf only over Wi-Fi network, because Wi-Fi transmit power is usually lower than in the mobile radio standard UMTS, LTE or GSM. >>

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