Tell me if this sounds familiar:
You visit a cafe or a restaurant, and you immediately take out your phone and search for an available Wi-Fi network.
We all do that. The internet became a vital part of our life, and we are addicted to always learning, reading or watching something new.
But, today I want you to think about something else.
Let’s get back to the moment when you take out your phone and search for the available Wi-Fi network.
What do you see?
Maybe 10 or 15 Wi-Fi networks, right?
That’s the sad part I want us to talk about now.
Seeing all those networks around us means that there are network points close by (called routers) that transmit those signals and enable those networks.
Now…the companies that produce these Wi-Fi routers have to follow strict rules to make these devices safe for our health.
The devices we use to connect to a Wi-Fi network like cell phones, tablets, and laptops, emit WLAN signals (electromagnetic waves) to connect to the router.
But, the problem nowadays lies in the fact that:
There are waay any to many devices around us that are connected to a Wi-Fi network.
There are waay too many Wi-Fi routers and networks around us.
Meaning, the frequency of loops of these signals harms our health in some ways. The British Health Agency conducted a study which showed that nowadays, we are a constant danger and health risks when we are in a “Wi-Fi overloaded” environment.
Let’s take a look at the consequences of the Wi-Fi exposure:
Frequent intense headaches
Yeah…we can’t avoid the usage of the internet. I’m not saying that you need to go and live in a cave or something.
My point here is that we need to do as much as we can to lower the risk of health issues because of the extensive use of technology.
What we can do is follow these tips below:
Disconnect the Wi-Fi before going to sleep.
Don’t keep the router in your kitchen or bedroom.
Use network cables when at home, to reduce the electromagnetic waves.
If you have kids, keep the Wi-Fi turned off so you can thus prevent the electromagnetic waves to harm the growth of your children. Insist on using network cables to get things done online.
What do you think?
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Other sources: tdhealthyfood.com