- I have been dealing with RF radiation since the early seventies. If you can honestly claim you feel the effects of these transmitters, you are a miracle individual. Automatic door openers at the supermarket and Walmart would literally lay you out on the ground as they operate in the same spectrum. So do your Microwave ovens. Even though this is fact and based on real world medical evidence, this doesn't negate the possibility of cumulative cellular damage over time. The fact is everyone is in constant contact with these RF fields every second of every day. Some are man made some are natural occurring. The come from the stars, from the atmospheric conditions, from electrical and electronic devices everywhere around us.
- —Guest Scott
The effects of WiFi and coffee
- Too much of most anything can be bad. Ergo, all things in moderation, except moderation, I say. I browse during coffee in the mornings, via my WiFi and was getting a sharp pain in my right eye. I soon discovered that you must remove the spoon from the coffee cup prior to raising toward your face.
- —Guest Ignatius
- There's pretty strong evidence of wireless causing no ill effects on health. I don't just mean a "lack of evidence" for ill health, but real evidence of a lack of a problem. One thing we know about wireless / microwave / 3G signals is that there is a lot more of it now than there was 20 years ago. If any of it really was harmful, there would be a marked increase in headaches / brain tumors / cancer clusters / whatever else , yet there is no non infectious condition that has shown a marked increase in the last 20 or so years that would correlate to the vastly increased use of wireless. It's very easy of course to imagine a "feeling" when turning on a mobile phone or standing near a mobile transmitter, and I don't blame people for being worried, but these kind of feelings don't stand up to a blind test. Try it yourself: Ask someone else to turn your phone on or off and see if you can consistently tell if it's on or not by just by holding it near your head.
- —Guest Skeptic
Eye damage from wireless?
- I have been exposed for 4 years to a PC transmitter. My son has a wireless receiver and the transmitter is in my bed room. I have recently developed blindness in the left eye. What causes this problem is lack of blood flow to the eye, or small blood vessels at the back of the eye drying out. I sleep between the transmitter and receiver and on my right side, putting my left eye at a higher level than my right eye. I believe the exposure of the past four years to this transmission has damaged my left eye. Does anyone else have the same problem? P.S. I am moving this problem out of my bedroom.
- —Guest CARLTON
Could be staring at the screen too long
- If you get a headache from using your laptop, it doesn't necessarily mean it is the radio signals. I get headaches from using my desktop, that does not even have a wireless adapter. Take a break from looking at the screen for too long. Your screen might be the main cause of your headache. For those who get a creepy feeling...yeah whatever. Reset yourself.
- —Guest clapYOass
Avoiding hands-free devices
- I can now understand what is really going on in my body system. Some times i do feel slight headache when ever I put on my wireless hands-free, but I never knew that it was the cause of my problem. Pleas stay away from wireless devices.
- —Guest Jude Akwarandu
Can you feel it from a sixth sense?
- When I'm transmitting wireless information, I get a feeling inside my body, I think near my right kidney. If I turn the wireless off, its gone. I tested this with my friend. We had a wireless modem and a wireless computer. When he started downloading, the feeling would get stronger. I could "sense" it.
- —Guest at
Are headaches a coincidence?
- I believe there is a risk in wireless/mobile signals. However, while there is so much money involved in this area no true answers will be given. I have switched my wireless network off at home as I was suffering constant headaches. Since then my headaches have stopped. Coincidence??
- —Guest rl
A balanced opinion on Wi-Fi (?)
- I believe that these wireless devices only emit a very small amount of radiation which has very little affect on the body. However, when your exposed to these small amounts of radiation surely this must creep up on us and damage our body in some way. It's currently under research whether radio waves emitted by wireless devices can damage men's sperm cells. However, I'm not entirely sure if the research has been complete yet. Google it. But my opinion on them is that the radio waves are much too weak to pose potential to harm to the body. We need to research this more to find out whether these devices can actually pose a threat to our good health.
- —Guest JCC
Radio wave patterns
- Anyone know where to find the radiation patterns emitted by the different routers?
Everything is causing cancer
- Bottom line: You can not change Wifi, it's too ingrained in today's society. The one thing you can do is adapt to it and regulate the rest of what you do to lower your chances of cancer. Unfortunately for Americans that's going to be tough. Our food with the chemicals, our clothes, our stress above all, causes a propensity for cancer. Get over it! So exercise, do not use the cellphone every five minutes. Try not to use Wifi too much, but if you must, then at least look for organic food, exercise extensively and try to live a happy life.
- —Guest Cancer
Wi-Fi is surely harmful
- Whenever I started wireless tethering from my Android, I would feel something... inside my body. After i turn it off, it is gone. So, if you can avoid it, avoid it.
- —Guest amirkodi
What will we then do
- So this makes our life in danger. What will we then do? Should we stay a bit farther away from the device?
- —Guest Fredrick Ogutu
Having problems for more than ten years
- I have been having problems with wireless devices and mobile phones since 1999, when I was 19 years old. I only can use a couple of phones, and it is really hard to find which ones they are when I want an upgrade. The more advanced the phone is, the more they affect. I am sure if they did any test on me they would find out with 5 minutes that phones are a big risk to the public... .
- —Guest levon
Do not believe
- This is not right..I have Wifi at home. We do not have these issues.
- —Guest Ap