Wi-Fi a Silent Killer

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Wi-Fi is a wireless networking technology that uses radio waves to provide network connectivity and wireless high-speed Internet. We find Wi-Fi everywhere these days, even in places where it is not actually needed.




Why is Wi-Fi a silent killer?

As a safety measure, the companies which produce Wi-Fi routers need to follow some strict instructions in order to make these devices safe for our health. Yet, we will today discuss a few facts considering the safety of wireless devices and Wi-Fi routers.




Without any warning Wi-Fi is slowly killing us. Wireless devices like cellphones and tablets use routers to connect online. The device emits WLAN signals – electromagnetic waves that unfortunately cause a lot of damage to our body. Most of us ignore this fact due to lack of knowledge. A study conducted by the British Health Agency has proven that routers affect the growth of both people and plants.




Wi-Fi exposure hinders your health in many ways

  • Lack of Concentration
  • Frequent and intense headaches
  • Terrible Earache
  • Sleeping disorder
  • Chronic fatigue

People today can not survive without these technologies. Though we can’t avoid them, it is better to learn how to protect ourselves from the dangers Wi-Fi brings.

Here are some of the useful advice on how to use the router safely or at least lower the potential damage.

  • Don’t forget to disconnect Wi-Fi programs before bedtime
  • Turn off your Wi-Fi when you do not use it
  • It is better to replace your home wireless phones with cable ones
  • Avoid keeping router in the kitchen and bedroom
  • Minimize time spent with wireless devices.

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