Shocking: Potential Risks of sleeping with your phone


The dangers of keeping your phone close to your body when you sleeping with your phone close to your body when you sleep is really horrifying.

It has been found by some researches that the radio frequency (RF) energy that cellphones emit when they send and receive information may be linked to may be linked to certain types of cancer and other health effects.”
These “other health effects” include “brain cancer and tumors of the acoustic nerve (needed for hearing and balance) and salivary glands, lower sperm counts and inactive or less mobile sperm, headaches and effects on learning and memory, hearing, behavior and sleep.”

Even though, there are no vehement proof to this as research us still ongoing, it is imperative to be safe than sorry. Keep your phones away from your body as much as you can. Opt for Bluetooth headsets for making or receiving calls, it is advisable to carry phones in a purse instead of a pocket or bra.

Your phone emits the highest RF levels when the signal is weak and also when you are steaming or downloading videos or large files. Do your best to keep your phone few feet’s away at this time.

-Do not sleep with hour phone beside you or under your pillow.

-If you must sleep with your phone close to you, it is best switched off or put in airplane mode.

-Yes, keep your phone away from toddlers because kids are at greater risks than adults.

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