Embrace Strategic Mobile Use
Where and when you use your phone will depend on the amount of radiation that it produces, so thinking about this and adjusting your habits accordingly can mitigate the potential risks. For example, making calls when the battery is low or when you are in an area with limited network coverage will result in the device pumping out more radiation.
Keeping your phone charged up and only using it when you have good signal will be a good start. But it is also worth adding alternative means of mobile communication to your list of radiation-reducing strategies, since it is mainly the process of pressing a handset against the side of your head for protracted periods that presents the most problems.
Try using hands-free calling or video chat services like FaceTime or Skype if you want to still talk to someone but do not want the exposure to radiation that is associated with traditional voice calls. You might also want to switch to SMS, instant messaging or email to stay in touch with friends, family, colleagues and clients to help to reduce mobile radiation exposure.
Finally, a call from a wired landline phone might be a major saviour, especially if you still have a connection at home that is going to waste. So there is a range of approaches to try, and you can experiment to find out which works best for you.
Turn It Off
It may sound simple, but turning off your mobile phone when you do not need it is an eminently effective way to stop its radiation-emitting activities from compromising your health.
This is an especially sensible step to take at night, as it will also help you to resist the urge to roll over and start tapping away at your device when you are supposed to be getting some much-needed rest. And while you are asleep, your handset would otherwise be spending hours in close proximity to your body, giving off radiation for no good reason.
Invest in a Radiation Reducer
Devices designed specifically to combat harmful and unnecessary radiation from your smartphone can be purchased inexpensively, installed with ease and put to work immediately. They operate by converting excess radiation emitted by your handset’s antenna into electricity, which in turn powers an LED that converts the potentially problematic rays into harmless light.
With the ability to eliminate up to 70% of the radiation which might otherwise be absorbed by your body, it makes sense to invest in a device to reduce mobile radiation and start using your phone without any worries about safety.
More people are becoming aware of the dangers of mobile phone radiation, and hopefully these tips will have set you on the path to a healthier relationship with your handset.