Using Your Laptop – In Your Lap – Could be Dangerous
Filed under: EMF Energy
All electronic devices, such as computers, microwaves, televisions, and so on, emit a field of electromagnetic radiation. It’s simply part of the package when you use electronic devices. But most of these devices are developed with certain safety standards in mind, so that they emit relatively low levels of radiation. These low levels of radiation certainly aren’t perfectly safe, but they are considered a minimal risk. After all, you walk around your home, or sit a distance away from items like the TV, rather than staying in constant contact with them.
But laptops are different, as their name suggests. Manufacturers didn’t actually consider the fact that we would literally use them in our laps, and therefore they only bother to conform to general safety standards issued for all electronic devices. The problem is that when the device is actually used on your lap, you are in constant, very close contact with electromagnetic radiation.
Many health experts have expressed concerns over both the heat and radiation emitted by laptop computers. At prolonged high levels, laptop use coincides with symptoms such as headache, dizziness, fatigue, insomnia, and various cancers. Infertility and skin damage are also major concerns. Some preliminary studies have also demonstrated a link between laptop use and DNA damage.
Making matters worse, research has yet to catch up with current levels of technology. Any time a new innovation reaches the public, it can be many years before we fully understand the secondary effects. Laptops today are much different than those from a decade ago. Nowadays the devices are equipped with Bluetooth, WiFi, 4G, and other processes which use more energy and therefore create a greater electromagnetic field of energy. More and more young people also own laptop computers, which was much less common in the past. It could be many years before we fully realize the long-term health effects of direct exposure from these devices.
Luckily, there are steps you can take to protect yourself. Using your laptop at a table or desk is one obvious step. But what about those times when you want to relax in bed or the couch, or you are traveling with your laptop via mass transit? Not to mention, using your laptop at a desk isn’t foolproof; you’re still pretty close to the device. Installing a small chip that neutralizes electromagnetic radiation would be your best bet, if you want to fully protect yourself or your loved ones from radiation. Contact us and we will tell you how to install this simple chip on your devices – especially the ones in close contact with your body.