Wi-Fi: A Silent Killer That Kills Us Slowly

In this modern world of technology the Wi-Fi network is everywhere around us. It is really a revolutionary way of connecting many devices without using any cables.

The biggest benefit from this kind of connecting have the mobiles phones, but the companies that produce them have specific instructions for the services on how to make them not harmful to our health.

Wi-Fi A Silent Killer That Kills Us Slowly


In order to connect online, our wireless devices like tablets, laptops and phones use routers. The router emits electromagnetic waves or better known as WLAN signals, that can be very harmful. The truth is that we ignore this fact because we have very little or no knowledge about its side effects. But it is a fact – these signals harm the body.

The British Health Agency has conducted a study in which they have proven that routers have a bad effect on the growth of plants and people.


  • frequent strong headaches
  • chronic fatigue
  • sleep issues
  • pain in the ears
  • lack of concentration

We must admit that the technology is just a segment of our life that we cannot live without. Knowing that fact, the only thing we can do is learn a way to protect ourselves from its harmful effects. Here we have few useful advices that will help you use the router safely and at least lower the potential damage from it. How to protect children from electromagnetic waves Turn off Wi-Fi when not using it Before bedtime make sure to disconnect all Wi-Fi programs Avoid placing a router in the kitchen and bedroom Replace your home wireless phones with cable ones.

Source: healthyfoodteam


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