Laptops, PCs and other digital devices are considered a staple part of modern life. However, there are many known risks associated with their use, although the general public are not aware of these; the likes of which can lead to terminal conditions if not properly managed. The risk of radiation isn’t a new concept, in fact it dates back to even the earliest uses of electrical outlets where energy emissions were required. These days, most computer devices are fitted with advanced protective features that all but eliminate the risk of laptop radiation.
There are times where these features won’t be enough however, and as most personal computers will still emit a form of energy in one way or another, the risk of exposure is an ever-present event – and one that should be considered carefully. From the smallest handheld devices all the way to personal computers, televisions and kitchen utilities; there’s one element that will be present within most modern products; and that’s electricity. Although when properly contained, electricity can be one of the most functional resources humanity has available, but there’s no denying that its potential to be dangerous is an ever-present concern.
Although on a far lesser scale within devices like laptops, smartphones and tablets; electrical currents will still be used. In these cases it’s not so much the electricity usage that is a concern; but the emissions given off when a device is in use. This warmer level of energy (which loosely translates to EMF) can have a drastic effect on the human body when allowed to flow without moderation. This is why EMF protection has become such a priority – and although it will never be possible to fully safeguard a person (or home) from signals, currents and other forms of energy emission, it is a possibility to minimise the risks associated with their use.
When using a laptop for example, force emissions can be reduced by dimming the brightness, or by installing a screen cover to reduce the flow of electronic currents. Likewise, flicking devices into power saving settings will allow the product to emit a far lower amount of energy. Many industry experts recommend wearing protective gear when working within areas with a high EMF reading – especially regions that may be underground where emissions will struggle to escape and can be absorbed into walls, corridors and flooring. When it comes to mobiles and smartphones, the best way to ensure protection is performing the following steps:
1. Make sure that your cell phone is properly maintained and in a functional condition
2. Get a protective casing to lower the amount of energy that can be emitted
3. Installing a protective screen cover to help to minimize the screen’s radiation