Tips for Reducing cell phone Radiation Dangers

World Health Organization or the World Health Organisation (WHO) declared the dangers of electromagnetic waves on the phone can lead to the emergence of cancer cells (carcinogen).

Despite the statement from the WHO is still causing the pros and cons, there's nothing wrong phone users to be more cautious in using these handheld devices. Because prevention is better than cure.

Here are some tips in using the mobile phone that can help reduce cell phone radiation, the Legal quotes from various sources, on Friday (03/06/2011).

1. Limit cell phone use and always use a handsfree
You are not forbidden to use mobile phones in the communication. But to remember is, use your phone to receive important calls only. Talk as necessary and do not need many hours to attach the ears to the phone.
If it had to be done, use a handsfree tool for minimizing the radiation formed by electromagnetic waves.

2. The distance between the ears with a mobile phone
If you use the phone without a hands-free, wait until the call is actually connected before you put the phone in the ear for talks. Keep the phone away at least 1 inch (2.5 cm) from your body.

3. The phone in his pocket? That was a mistake
Do not Enter Mobile on Pocket Pants Material material in my pants sometimes can be a conductor quickly to radiation, rather than a reaction to the head.

4. Receive calls on any open space
Do not Use Mobile in Elevator, Elevator (Lift) has become the standard of facilities in high-rise buildings. In a room like this, the phone must work hard to stabilize the connection so that the radiation rises. In addition, there is the possibility of radiation reflected back to the user in a room dominated by the steel material.

5. Buy a phone with a SAR (Specific Absorption Rate) is low. SAR is a measure of the quantity absorbed the human body.

6. Use protective equipment that is able to suppress cell phone radiation. This is usually sold in stores akesoris phone.

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