Cell Phone Radiation Protection

Cell Phone Radiation Protection

Searching for cell phone radiation protection? You’ve come to the right place. With the growing concern of the health effects from continual exposure to cell phone radiation and other EMF electrical devices health experts agree that individual protection is not only necessary but being proactive to ones health.

Why is it that when you are around electronic devices in medical facilities or on an airplane you are told to turn off your cell phone? Because the electromagnetic fields emitted from cell phones cause havoc on the other electronic devices. What do you think those EMFs are doing to electronic signals in your brain?

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What is Radiation?

Radiation is a term used to describe various forms of electromagnetic energy or “EME”. EME can be described as having “invisible” wavelike properties as it travels through our environment. These wavelike properties are used to characterize EME in types or forms according to length (wavelength) rate at which it is produced (frequency), and energy level (amplitude) of the wave. EME with similar properties are group together, such as Low Frequency (LF), Radio Frequency (RF), Infrared (IR), Visible light, Ultraviolet (UV) and X-/Gamma- rays, to form the Electromagnetic Spectrum. Forms that occupy the higher end of the spectrum, such as X-/Gamma- rays are referred to as Ionizing Radiation. Whereas the mid to lower end of the spectrum, forms such as RF and visible light, are collectively referred to as Non-ionizing Radiation.

There are a variety of sources (naturally occurring and man-made) which use or produce ionizing and non-ionizing radiation. Natural sources include cosmic radiation generated by the sun, terrestrial or background radiation from the earth, and even living creatures such as our own human bodies (biofields). Man-made sources include many modern innovations such as electrical power, microwave cooking ovens (66k), radio and television broadcast (80k), wireless telecommunications [microwave radio (55k), cell phones (74k)], computer video display terminals(VDT) (80k), and medical imaging applications (diagnostic X-ray, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, MRI) just to mention a few. Many consumer products also contain sources of non-ionizing radiation such as in the form of laser energy (e.g., CD players or laser printers) and ionizing radiation in the form of a small radioactive source (e.g., smoke detector units).

Is Radiation Harmful?

Not necessarily! However, an effort to settle the population in large, has developed radiation protection guidelines have been established for controlling exposure to certain forms of EMF. Various national and international organizations have developed safety guidelines which are adopted as exposure limits or performance standards by certain regulating authorities. For example, in the United States the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is the principle agency responsible for administering EMF safety requirements to wireless communication services. In 1996, the FCC revised its rules to constitute a national RF/EMF exposure standard that reflects consensus agreement among other federal agencies, such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), responsible for protecting public safety and health.

Other examples of agencies include the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) and certain Agreement States which regulate the use of radioactive materials and X-ray producing devices. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued performance standards for manufacturing certain radiation products such as cell phone devices, X-ray producing machines, sunlamps and even television sets. In any case, such standards are generally based on safety recommendations issued by several non-government organizations, such as the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE), and the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP). These organizations continually examine all new research studies to ensure the safety guidelines reflect current, scientifically based limits for preventing harmful effects from exposure to EMF. The irony is that these organizations are lobbied and sometimes financed by the same organizations that hold the biggest stake within the communication industry. The cell phone companies!

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