10 Cell Phone Radiation Protection Tips

1. Use the speakerphone. The cell phone radiation drops exponentially by distance. So the further away the phone is from your head, the better.

2. Limit use to essential calls and keep calls short. Even a two-minute call has been found to alter the natural electrical activity of the brain for up to an hour afterwards.

3. Children should be allowed to use the cell phone in cases of emergency only. Because of their developing skulls, the radiation can penetrate much more deeply.

4: Use an Air Tube Headset (not regular wired headset). Research has shown that regular wired headset could transmit radiation into the ear canal.

5: Don’t put the cell phone in your pocket or belt while in use or while it is on. Men who wear cell phones near their groin could have their sperm count dropped by as much as 30 percent, study shows.

6: If using phone without a headset, wait for the call to connect before placing phone next to the ear. Radiation level is higher while phone is still trying to make a connection.

7: Do not use the cell phone in enclosed metal spaces such as vehicles or elevators. Phones need more power to make connection; the metal enclosure also traps the radiation and reflects it back at the occupants.

8: Do not make a call when the signal strength is one bar or less. The phone must work harder to establish a connection and thus emits more radiation.

9: Buy a phone with low radiation rating (low radiation cell phones). The phone’s SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) can be found in manual. The lower the SAR value from FCC limit of 1.6 W/kg, the better.

10: Use scientifically proven cell phone radiation reducing or protection device.

Here’s another video that explains more the dangers of exposure to cell phone radiation.

*Image: David Castillo Dominici / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

4 Responses to “10 Cell Phone Radiation Protection Tips”

  1. Goerge W says:

    thanks for the tips. I must say I thought that the hands-free headsets (not the air tube kind) were pretty safe, as they were recommended by health experts like Dr. Carlo. How about the bluetooth? Isn’t that considered safe from radiation? It has low power.

  2. James Thorpe says:

    Thanks for the tips. Another reason not to use cell phones while driving of course is the distraction. Using a headset may help, but it is still a distraction.

  3. Michelle says:

    I read that the cell phones emit a dangerous non-ionizing form of electromagnetic radiation; radiation which can be absorbed by the tissues and cells which come into close contact with the phone. That’s why I decided to do something that reduce cell phone radiation levels for protect to my family. I found cases from Pong Research, I read that this technology reduces exposure to radiation while optimizing the mobile reception. I was skeptical about it, anyway, I decided to try it, because Pong is the only technology proven in FCC-certified laboratories to reduce the exposure to mobile device radiation by up to 95% below the FCC limit without compromising the device’s ability to communicate.

  4. v patel says:

    Good tips. I would add no to use cell phones in subways. Give me a headache with all these people crammed in a tight place making stupid calls.

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