A Silent Killer that Kills Us Slowly!!!

Many people raised doubts concerning the safety of unseen forces that permeate everything around us. Since the introduction of Wi-Fi in 1997, researchers have performed dozens of studies to explore the subject. The results are shocking – Wi-Fi can negatively affect overall health and brain health. Wi-Fi kills us slowly, without any warning!

Wireless devices like tablets and phones connect online via routers. This device emits WLAN signals, or electromagnetic waves which unfortunately, can cause serious damage to human body.

People usually ignore this, and due to their lack of knowledge they regard this issue. Overtime, these signals affect the body and harm its vital functions. The British Health Agency conducted a study according to which routers affect the growth of both people and plants.

Wi-Fi exposure affects your health in a way that it makes you feel or have:

  • Poor concentration
  • Earache
  • Sleeping disorders
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Frequent and severe headache

The modern world can’t survive without technology. But at least, you have to learn how to protect yourselves from the dangers it brings.


  1. Don’t keep your router in your bedroom or kitchen
  2. Disconnect any Wi-Fi before you go to sleep
  3. Turn of your Wi-Fi whenever you don’t need it
  4. Replace your wireless phones with cable devices.

Have you ever noticed that sometimes you are more awake after using Wi-Fi and sometimes struggle to fell asleep? Reports of this phenomena have been added frequent and even prompted a study in 2007 that evaluated low-frequency modulation from cell phones and its impact on sleep. Participants who were exposed to the electromagnetic radiation had a significantly more difficult time falling asleep and changes in brainwave patterns were observed.

The signal strength falls off very rapidly. At normal operating distances, Wi-Fi’s intensity is generally so low that it’s not worth worrying about: it’s just part of the “smog” that is generated by radio and TV  signals, AC mains wiring, the motors in home appliances and the universe in general. The electromagnetic spectrum stretches all the way from very long wave radio frequencies to very short wave gamma rays, with visible light somewhere in between. We know that types of ionizing radiation with wavelengths shorter than light tend to be dangerous.

The non-ionizing wavelengths that are longer than light tend not to be dangerous. These include infra-red rays, microwaves and radio waves. At 2,45 GHz,  Wi-Fi comes in the microwave band along with baby monitors and mobile phones.

There have been hundreds of attempts to find out whether Wi-Fi routers or, more important mobile phones represent health risk. We have to try to minimize the risk as much as we can. If we want to do that, the first thing is that the mobile phone HAS TO GO! The phone is held close to the brain, while the Wi-Fi router may be in another room. We get a bigger doze of microwaves from one 20-minute phone call that from a year’s Wi-Fi.

20 lap tops and 2 routers are roughly equivalent to 1 mobile phone

The main gap appears to be the potential impact on the young population using mobile phones for more than 10 years. It is simply because children are more susceptible to radiation than adults.

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