21. Your cell phone is a
and it should bear a
22. HOW CLOSE TO DO
YOU KEEP YOUR
PHONE TO YOUR EAR?
Do you understand that
with each hour of usage of
that cell phone, you have
exposed your head to a
steady dose of frequency
which can create a
conducive environment for
23. It’s only common sense that long
term exposure to any abnormal and
strong frequency right next to your
ear will eventually manifest
somewhere in your body!
24. So…what should u do?!
If you don’t want to hold the
phone next to your face all the
time, send text messages or use
your email or messaging
services.This way you avoid
putting the phone to your head
25. Get wired!
It’s no coincidence that most cell
phones come with a wired ear piece.
A wired headset will automatically
decrease your radiation exposure
because the phone is away from the
body. Every inch you can get away
from the body reduces the amount of
radiation you are absorbing.
26. Use the speakerphone
This could get quite annoying,
if you’re in a public place.
But experts say that using the speakerphone function is
helpful because you’re keeping the phone away from
Holding out the cell phone by two inches drops the
radiation by a factor of four.
27. Radiation hot spots?!
A weak signal will also cause
your phone to work harder,
giving off more radiation. So
avoid using your phone in
elevators, buildings and rural
areas. Research shows your
device emits more radiation
when transmitting than when
28. Don’t sleep next to an active phone…
use an alarm clock or if you must have
your phone by your bedside,have it at
least 30 cm away from your bed.
29. DAMAGE TO YOUR POCKET
Teenagers spending all their money buying
smart phones. WHY?
-To keep up with the trend
- Making lives easier
- Managing Social Life
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1. Jajimadler. Dec 3, 2009. Texting While Driving Cause
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