We simply can’t escape modern technology and the exposure to radiation. It’s just everywhere. There are so many people with wireless devices and cell phones today that you don’t have to have a cell phone to be exposed.
However, if you think Ipads or other tablets can’t give off much radiation, you are wrong. Here is what you must know. Wireless radiation has been linked to leukemia, autism, ADHD, cancer, and Alzheimers.
The World Health Organization named wireless radiation a possible carcinogen. putting it in a class with DDT, lead, and tailpipe exhaust in terms of potential to cause cancer.
Non-ionizing or microwave radiation damages the brain and sperm of experimental animals. Since tablets are microwave transmitters, they emit short but intense bursts of pulsed radiation every few seconds. Children’s rapidly-developing nervous and immune systems can be seriously affected by this radiation, leading to brain maturation and resulting in reproductive damage. This microwave radiation disrupts DNA, weakens the brain’s protective barrier, and releases highly reactive and damaging free radicals. The bone marrow of a child’s head absorbs 10 times more radiation than an adult, while those of infants and toddlers will absorb even more.
Research studies found that adults who have used wireless gadgets intensively for at least ten years experience an increase in brain cancer (glioma and acoustic neuroma), salivary gland cancer, and even rare eye cancers on the side of the head where the cell phone was predominantly held (Davis, 2010). Some men diagnosed with testicular cancer had the cancer occur in the testicle that was closest to the pant pocket where they stashed their cell phone (Davis, 2013).
Ways to reduce your EMF exposure when using an iPad or other Tablets:
- Use your iPad tablet on airplane mode and Wi-Fi to OFF. This will stop the connection radiation.
- DO NOT use your iPad on your lap. Every inch further away from the body greatly diminishes the intensity of radiation exposure.
- Minimize time spent with wireless devices.