Effects of Radiation
Are you dangerously exposed to effects of radiation more than you know? Are you more prone to its risks than you notice?
To many, the term effects of radiation give an immediate impression of infrequent yet risky materials from nuclear power plants to CT scans. Contrary to the widespread impression, what most people don’t know is a person can be more exposed to radiation than he realizes. Everyday gadgets like cellphones can have an indirect and possibly insidious effect to your body. Concerns like cellphone brain cancer can also be directly linked to frequency of cellphone use. What do you know about it? How is it possible?
Cellphone can Cause Brain Cancer—Is it Possible?
Interestingly, since cellphones get more accessible as time goes by, the more persistent the possible dangers could be. Factors such as the time length a person spends on the phone and the user’s cellphone model should be carefully considered. There have also been many links between cellphone and cancer because of being in close proximity to the head when in use. These are the sample considerations about the possibility of cellphone cancer:
• Malignant and possibly cancerous brain tumors such as gliomas
• Non-cancerous tumors of the brain such as meningiomas
• Non-cancerous tumors of the nerve connecting the brain to the ear (acoustic neuromas) *
How to Protect Yourself from the Effects of Radiation?
Realistically, we cannot avoid radiation from cellphones altogether. However, we can find ways to limit our exposure to it. What are the ways?
First, make sure to avoid close contact from the cellphone’s antenna area from your head. Avail the phone’s speaker mode on or cordless earpiece.
Second, if possible, text instead of call to limit the exposure and effects of radiation to your body.
Third, set clear boundaries for cellphone use. Limited cellphone use also means limited cellphone radiation exposure.
Presently, there have been no conclusive findings yet regarding the extent of cellphone use that could directly link to cell phone brain cancer. Still, as long as long term effects are considered, it is always best to consider limiting the effects of cellphone radiation to avoid concerns of risk. You could ask yourself, ‘Am I well-protected from the cellphone radiation?’ ‘Do I have the needed cell phone radiation shield?’ Although cellphone gadgets and accessories are accessible nowadays, you might want to reconsider if you have the appropriate protection against the effects of radiation. Do you have the needed cell phone radiation shield?
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In America 20 million kids under the age of fourteen have cell phones and in Australia one in four 9 year old's has their own phone.
More reading if you are considering a mobile phone for your child or teenager
From the Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA) comes a fact sheet on the use of wireless devices..
"Due to the lack of scientific evidence on mobile and cordless phone use by children, ARPANSA recommends that parents encourage their children to limit their exposure,''
They also suggest that baby monitors be kept a meter away from cots, to minimise any electromagnetic emissions.
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