Computer Radiation Protection US Report

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Protect against long term computer EMF radiation exposure.

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Ever work on your computer for a few hours straight and then feel brain-dead? That is because you are being bombarded with computer radiation.

Computer Radiation Hazards

When you sit in front of a computer screen, you are being hit by many different types of electromagnetic radiations (EMR). Computers emit VLF (Very Low Frequency) electromagnetic radiation and ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) electromagnetic radiation, as well as soft x-rays.

As with all EMF Pollution, the closer in proximity to the source, as well as the longer the duration of time in the EMF Field, the more detrimental the electromagnetic frequencies upon the body.

Computer EMF Dangers

Using a computer for anywhere from 4 to 8 hours a day is not unusual in today culture, but is actually becoming the norm. According to a recent survey conducted by Kelton Research, the majority of Americans spend more time with their computer than their own spouse! This long duration of time, coupled with the close proximity to the screen, makes the computer a very serious EMF health hazard.

Computer EMF Safety

If computers are such a serious EMF health risk, then why hasn’t any government agency made a statement regarding their use?

Well, some governments have…

The Australian government recommends no more than 5 hours a day on a computer as a safety limit. In some parts of the US and Britain, pregnant women are not allowed to use computers in the workplace due to the risk of radiation exposure for the developing fetus.

Computer EMF Exposure Symptoms

Immediate symptoms of computer EMF exposure are dry eyes, floaters, blurred vision, headaches, dehydration, irritability, skin rashes, spiciness and fatigue. Long term computer EMF exposure has been linked to cancer, birth defects and miscarriages.

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