EMF’s and Tips to Protect Against Them

It seems as if everyone is “plugged in” these days. We carry our smart phones with us everywhere we go, we are binge watching on Netflix, streaming Pandora, scrolling social media, and searching things on the internet. Electronics surround us everyday, everywhere we go, which means that EMF’s do too.

I first want to say that EMF’s are a lot to think about, pace yourself, and do what works for you and your family! This stuff is all over, so we can only control so much. I don’t do anything that is too stressful for me to do. It’s a work in progress, and I am okay with that! We are all on our own journeys.

What are EMFs?

Harmful EMF (electromagnetic field) radiation is produced by these electronics we are using and seeing. I personally feel like learning about EMFs can get complicated, and I want to keep this as simple as I can, so if you are wanting to read more about the how, I suggest reading this.

EMFs can carry low or high energies, which then tells us if it is ionizing, or non-ionizing. The health risks of these forms of radiation is overwhelming. And while some believe that non-ionizing radiation might be safe, most of these technologies are too new to know.

How can we protect ourselves?

There is a lot of amazing information on the DefenderShield website about the scientific research and proven methods to reduce exposure such as:

Time: take technology breaks when possible, and shut them off when they are not in use. Things like turning off your laptop when you are done, or shutting down your phone at night can cut back on some of the radiation levels traveling throughout your home.

Distance: keep a good distance from your devices. The further you can be from the radiation source, the better. It is even said that a small amount of distance can make a huge difference!

Shielding: Shielding devices from DefenderShield can absorb and deflect the radiation at it’s source.

More Tips to Try

Turn the WiFi off sometimes. Put your WiFi on an automatic timer, so it’s turned off late at night while you sleep, or during the day if you’re at work. This can help cut back on the radiation from having it on 24/7.

Keep phones away from your body. So many people keep their phones in their pockets! Try to get used to carrying your phone in a bag, or something. Even better, just set your phone down somewhere and take a break from being sidekicks 🙂

Become good friends with airplane mode. I use airplane mode as often as I can.

One of my personal biggest EMF concerns is my cell phone, because I use this more than other electronics, carry it with me, etc. I have been using the DefenderShield wallet phone case for a couple of weeks now, and I am loving it. You keep the case completely closed while talking on the phone, which blocks up to 100% of EMF radiation from the face of your phone! I have had a lot of you ask me over on Instagram if the phone case makes it hard to hear, or for someone to hear you on the other end. There is no difference in volume with this case! It’s incredible. I can hear everything great, and so can the other person I am talking to. This case protects virtually 100% of the EMF radiation from your cell phone face, so I feel so much safer carrying it around now. Plus, the quality of the case is really impressive!

They have DefenderPad’s too, which protect against EMF’s and heat from the bottom of a laptop or tablet. These are great for people who set their computer in their lap! DefenderShield has a range of amazing products to protect against EMF radiation that I would strongly suggest.

If you do not have a DefenderShield case, or DefenderPad, you can use speaker phone when making calls, opt for a text, and always set the laptop on furniture instead of your body.

If you are interested in purchasing from DefenderShield, use this code to get 10% off your total purchase! Code: naturally10

What do you do to protect against EMF’s? I would love to hear from you!
*Thank you DefenderShield for this amazing phone case

 

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