How safe is your cell phone?
Even though cell phone manufacturers say that there is no evidence that cell phones are harmful, research has begun to raise questions about their safety.
Recent development: It has been stated on www.ewg.org that cell phone radiation levels are more than 1,000. In addition, David O. Carpenter MD, director of the Institute for Health and the Environment at the University of Albany, New York, recommends…
Limit cell phone use:
Some researchers consider 20 minutes of daily use to be the threshold for heavy use.
Use the speaker phone or a wired earpiece:
It’s safer to use a wired earpiece or a Bluetooth headset than to hold the phone to your ear.
However, do keep in mind people who use ear pieces typically carry their phones in their pockets or on their belts. This practice exposes the torso to electromagnetic fields. Whenever possible, don’t keep a cell phone in contact with your body.
Turn off your cell phone when you’re not using it:
Any time a cell phone is on, it emits electromagnetic fields. These fields from cell phone usage places stress onto the nervous system which may later result in subluxation. Subluxation is pressure on the nerve causing dysfunction in the body which over time will lead to pain and problems of a more significant nature.