- Bluetooth devices emit radiation
- It can be very harmful to the human body
- Are wireless headphones really cancerous?
Many daily tasks such as traveling or working seem incomplete without headphones. For some it is a source of entertainment, while for others it is a great way to block the distraction of external sources. Technology and innovation have made everyone's life so easy that it protects you from the tantrums a cable-clutter headset can bring when introducing wireless headsets. These headphones use Bluetooth technology, so they can be used without a cable. But are you aware of the various health hazards associated with using Bluetooth wireless headphones?
Recently, it has been observed that the use of wireless headphones can increase the risk of cancer. It has been mentioned that when using wireless headphones, radiation is pumped into the brain. An article called Medium published last week highlighted the possible dangers of using wireless threats. The article was cited by Jerry Phillips, Professor of Biochemistry at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
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"The placement of a wireless headset in the ear canal exposes the tissue in the head to a relatively high level of radio frequency radiation." Also stated that Phillips was not the only one who thought about the various health hazards of using radio headphones, other 250 researchers from more than 40 countries also signed a petition to the United Nations and the World Health Organization (WHO) to address the harmful effects of Use of wireless headphones to explain.
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Are wireless headphones really harmful?
Bluetooth headphones emit radiation that can harm your body safely, but you do not have to ban them entirely from your life. These radiations can not be completely avoided. The effect of these radiations is also possible through other sources. However, there are sources that can limit and reduce exposure to these radiations. Each individual should reduce their dependence on these devices emitting harmful radiation.
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Written by: Varsha Vats
Source: Onlymyhealth Editorial Staff March 14, 2019