Do not sleep keeping Cell phone under your pillow

We’ve heard for years that there is a possible connection between brain cancer and cell phone use, and lately it has been suggested – especially in social media – that sleeping with a cell phone under your pillow is especially dangerous. Is this true or merely an exaggerated online rumor?

Most experts agree with the warnings to avoid sleeping with a cell phone under your pillow.

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The “under the pillow” angle of cell phone radiation is just a subset of a larger discussion on the topic of cell phone radiation in general. Though there is some evidence to support harmful effects of cell phone use on the brain, the jury is out on brain cancer or brain tumors and cell phone use.

Nevertheless, most experts advise taking the safe route and limiting unnecessary extended exposure, such as sleeping with a cell phone next to your head.

Below are some links and comments about the specific subject of sleeping with a cell phone under your pillow:

A CBS Story wrote:
Some people are so attached to their cell phones that they sleep with them on their nightstand or even under their pillow. Bad idea. Cell phones pump out electromagnetic radiation whenever they’re on – which means sleeping with one nearby boosts your exposure all night long. What to do? Put the phone on “airplane mode” (which shuts down the transceiver) or turn it off. If you need to be available for calls, place the phone several feet away from your bed. - See more at: http://www.whydontyoutrythis.com/2013/03/is-it-dangerous-to-sleep-with-a-cell-phone-under-your-pillow.html#sthash.HsTBJZb0.WO7w7qAO.dpuf
We’ve heard for years that there is a possible connection between brain cancer and cell phone use, and lately it has been suggested – especially in social media – that sleeping with a cell phone under your pillow is especially dangerous. Is this true or merely an exaggerated online rumor?

Most experts agree with the warnings to avoid sleeping with a cell phone under your pillow.

The “under the pillow” angle of cell phone radiation is just a subset of a larger discussion on the topic of cell phone radiation in general. Though there is some evidence to support harmful effects of cell phone use on the brain, the jury is out on brain cancer or brain tumors and cell phone use.

Nevertheless, most experts advise taking the safe route and limiting unnecessary extended exposure, such as sleeping with a cell phone next to your head.

Below are some links and comments about the specific subject of sleeping with a cell phone under your pillow:

A CBS Story wrote:
Some people are so attached to their cell phones that they sleep with them on their nightstand or even under their pillow. Bad idea. Cell phones pump out electromagnetic radiation whenever they’re on – which means sleeping with one nearby boosts your exposure all night long. What to do? Put the phone on “airplane mode” (which shuts down the transceiver) or turn it off. If you need to be available for calls, place the phone several feet away from your bed. - See more at: http://www.whydontyoutrythis.com/2013/03/is-it-dangerous-to-sleep-with-a-cell-phone-under-your-pillow.html#sthash.HsTBJZb0.WO7w7qAO.dpuf


Better safe than sorry.


Most people nowadays are very attached to their phones.
Study shows that sleeping next to your mobile phones are extremely dangerous due to its harmful radiation.
This is the primary cause of +Brain +Cancer .
Do you know that most cell phones have about 884 MHz wireless signals when it is on? This simply means that your phone is constantly emitting radiation all the time when you on it? So what do you think about it?

Studies have shown that if you keep your cell phone close to you for a period of very long time, it will cause headache, muscle pain, or cancer if it is serious. It is not a guaranteed that you will get these illnesses if you do that. However, it greatly increases the probability of getting it.
The “under the pillow” angle of cell phone radiation is just a subset of a larger discussion on the topic of cell phone radiation in general.
Though there is some evidence to support harmful effects of cell phone use on the brain,
the jury is out on brain cancer or brain tumors and cell phone use.
Studies have not shown a consistent link between cell phone proximity and cancer, however there has been some suggestion of a link between cell phones and brain and central nervous system tumors.
Under your pillow is probably not the best place to keep your cell phone while you are sleeping. Get a cheap digital alarm clock at the dollar store and put it on your nightstand.

Children are especially vulnerable to radiation, the report recommends that parents not allow their children under the age of 10 to use mobile phones except in emergencies, or to sleep with cellular phones under their pillows.
It recommends using corded land lines whenever possible, and using cellular phones mostly as answering machines, turning them on only to check messages and return calls.
Use of cell phones inside buildings or in cars increases cancer risk, as it increases the radiation a phone must emit to function.
Use of text messages and non-wireless headsets can reduce cancer risk.
The report also advises against carrying cell phones against the body, even in pockets.

Ways to Reduce Cell Phone Radiation.
Using speaker instead of talking directly into the handset.
Text instead of talking.
Use headphones or Bluetooth connectors.
If you are using your phone at night for its clock or alarm features, consider putting it in “airplane mode” which suspends the phone’s transmission functions.
Keep it a several feet away while you sleep.

Pay attention for your safety.
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We’ve heard for years that there is a possible connection between brain cancer and cell phone use, and lately it has been suggested – especially in social media – that sleeping with a cell phone under your pillow is especially dangerous. Is this true or merely an exaggerated online rumor?

Most experts agree with the warnings to avoid sleeping with a cell phone under your pillow.

The “under the pillow” angle of cell phone radiation is just a subset of a larger discussion on the topic of cell phone radiation in general. Though there is some evidence to support harmful effects of cell phone use on the brain, the jury is out on brain cancer or brain tumors and cell phone use.

Nevertheless, most experts advise taking the safe route and limiting unnecessary extended exposure, such as sleeping with a cell phone next to your head.

Below are some links and comments about the specific subject of sleeping with a cell phone under your pillow:

A CBS Story wrote:
Some people are so attached to their cell phones that they sleep with them on their nightstand or even under their pillow. Bad idea. Cell phones pump out electromagnetic radiation whenever they’re on – which means sleeping with one nearby boosts your exposure all night long. What to do? Put the phone on “airplane mode” (which shuts down the transceiver) or turn it off. If you need to be available for calls, place the phone several feet away from your bed. - See more at: http://www.whydontyoutrythis.com/2013/03/is-it-dangerous-to-sleep-with-a-cell-phone-under-your-pillow.html#sthash.HsTBJZb0.WO7w7qAO.dpuf