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Can Radiation From Your Cell Phone Be The Cause Of Your Illness

Updated on January 19, 2012

Wake Up Everyone. We All Use Cell Phones.

Heard About This Yet?

Have you had close members of your family who have died from illnesses? I have and it makes one think about what could be the cause of it. There are major factors indeed such as living on a vitamin deficiency lifestyle from the right foods, starving the body from proper alkaline water intake, mental abuse (worrying has been proven to affect our over all health) and more.

However say you are NOT doing all of that, your covering all the bases. You're maintaining all that well. You've gone down your check list and you have everything in order, you're eating all of the right foods to eat.

You think positive thoughts most of the day. You say your daily affirmations and staying in the spirit of gratitude. You don't worry about anything at all yet... you use your cell phone everyday.

Folks let me explain something here, our cell phones are like a microwave oven which happens to be inches from our brain.

By talking on our mobile cell phones, our voice is transmitted from the antenna as radio frequency radiation any where between 800 MHz and 1,990MHz - (depending on your cell phone maker) which is the same as a microwave frequency. Too much exposure to this microwave frequency may have serious health consequences. By knowing this it means every cell phone sold in world is like a microwave oven of energy, which has its ups and downs that can and has the potential to penetrate the brain and cause illness of some sort.

There has been scientific evidence clearly showing that cellphone radiation causes significant biological harm to the brain. It's true and I double checked online and there are numerous articles about this dated which has been recorded decades ago. There have been studies that has been sadly related to impaired brain function, behavioral disorders, symptoms like fatigue, headaches and even an increased risk of cancer and degenerative diseases like Alzheimer's because of cell phone usage.

Have you ever over cooked fried chicken in the microwave? How about popcorn? Well that's what we're doing to our most precious thought control center each day when we talk for long hours on our cell phones. Have you ever been trying to remember something and it takes you minutes to recall? Or have you gone downstairs or upstairs and you totally forgot why you're there? I know what you mean and I have said that also, "well I've been doing that for years." Yes agree but if we never do anything it won't get better. Yes this maybe true again but now that we are aware of the risk of radiation waves around us with our cell phones, will we do something about? The truth is cell phone is the closest item that we all use each day, which is the closet to our brains.

There are ways of effectively protecting yourself and there are devices that can greatly reduce radiation to your brain. Scientific mechanics has known about it for years however the general public never speaks about it. Year after year the news media mentioned it on occasionally but some never bother to do anything about it. When will take it serious? If the proof is in the pudding then why not start preventing it to happen to you and your family.

A word to the wise before we make a few dozen phone calls this week, (some do this everyday) we should really do all we can to protect our brains because we need it to function in this world, everyday.

Wouldn't you agree?

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