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How to Protect Yourself From Cell Phones: From Leaking Batteries to Radiation

Published on 16 July 13
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As of 2011, there were over five billion cell phones in operation throughout the world. That number is expected to rise sharply over the next few years. In a report released in 2011, the International Agency for Research on Cancer estimated that people who use a cell phone for 30 minutes or more a day are at a 40 percent higher risk for several different kinds of cancers. There are things that cell phone users can do which will protect them from the effects of cell phone radiation and the potential damage that can be caused by a leaking cell phone battery.
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Hands Free
The most common solution to the radiation and battery leaking issues caused by cell phones is to use a hands-free unit instead of talking directly into the phone. Even texting over of talking can help to reduce your exposure to harmful cellular waste or defective batteries.
Signal Strength
One of the most common routines people go through with their cell phones is searching for a strong signal to make a clear call. What most people do not know is that signal strength is also important in protecting yourself from cell phone radiation. The weaker your signal, the more radiation your phone must put out in order to connect your call. If you don't get full signal bars where you are, then move around until you find a stronger signal or move your phone call to a landline phone.
Battery Power

When your cell phone or tablet battery is low, then that battery has to work just a little harder to maintain a signal during a call. Using your cell phone when the battery is low increases the amount of radiation the phone puts out and increases the chances that the battery will malfunction or leak. The best approach is to keep your battery level at half or better and carry a fully charged spare battery in case the battery in your phone gets low and you need to make a call.

Protecting Your Family's Future
Many people carry their cell phone in a special pouch that is attached to their belts, but others simply carry their phone in their pocket. Studies have shown that the radiation in a cell phone is powerful enough to penetrate the human skull and cause health issues. That means that the soft tissue in your groin area is more susceptible to cellular radiation. If you do not want to use a belt holder for your phone, then put it in a cell phone carrying case before putting it in your pocket.
Cell phone safety is something that people often take for granted. There are enough documented incidents of cellular radiation causing health problems to justify safety measures being taken by all cell phone users. The more you do to protect yourself from cell phone radiation, the less health problems you will have to deal with 10 years or more down the road.
As of 2011, there were over five billion cell phones in operation throughout the world. That number is expected to rise sharply over the next few years. In a report released in 2011, the International Agency for Research on Cancer estimated that people who use a cell phone for 30 minutes or more a day are at a 40 percent higher risk for several different kinds of cancers. There are things that cell phone users can do which will protect them from the effects of cell phone radiation and the potential damage that can be caused by a leaking cell phone battery.

How to Protect Yourself From Cell Phones: From Leaking Batteries to Radiation - Image 1

Hands Free

The most common solution to the radiation and battery leaking issues caused by cell phones is to use a hands-free unit instead of talking directly into the phone. Even texting over of talking can help to reduce your exposure to harmful cellular waste or defective batteries.

Signal Strength

One of the most common routines people go through with their cell phones is searching for a strong signal to make a clear call. What most people do not know is that signal strength is also important in protecting yourself from cell phone radiation. The weaker your signal, the more radiation your phone must put out in order to connect your call. If you don't get full signal bars where you are, then move around until you find a stronger signal or move your phone call to a landline phone.

Battery Power

When your cell phone or tablet battery is low, then that battery has to work just a little harder to maintain a signal during a call. Using your cell phone when the battery is low increases the amount of radiation the phone puts out and increases the chances that the battery will malfunction or leak. The best approach is to keep your battery level at half or better and carry a fully charged spare battery in case the battery in your phone gets low and you need to make a call.

Protecting Your Family's Future

Many people carry their cell phone in a special pouch that is attached to their belts, but others simply carry their phone in their pocket. Studies have shown that the radiation in a cell phone is powerful enough to penetrate the human skull and cause health issues. That means that the soft tissue in your groin area is more susceptible to cellular radiation. If you do not want to use a belt holder for your phone, then put it in a cell phone carrying case before putting it in your pocket.

Cell phone safety is something that people often take for granted. There are enough documented incidents of cellular radiation causing health problems to justify safety measures being taken by all cell phone users. The more you do to protect yourself from cell phone radiation, the less health problems you will have to deal with 10 years or more down the road.

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  1. 18 July 13
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    Thanks. Good tips please.

    Regards

    Jit

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