The Device That Reduces Mobile Phone Radiation By 70%
It’s a well-accepted fact that mobile phone use has increased exponentially over the last 2 decades. Statistics estimate that by 2019, over 5 billion people will own a mobile phone. As our dependency on mobile phones grow, so does the concern for the negative effects of mobile phone radiation. The general advice given by experts is to minimise mobile phone use, but in today’s world, thats easier said than done. Our fast-paced, technology-dependent lives would benefit a lot more if we were able to reduce mobile phone radiation.
What does the research say about Mobile Phone Radiation?
Research is notorious for contradicting itself and disproving so called facts all the time. Just take Pluto, superfoods or juice cleanses for example. For many years, there has been a lot of concern about radiation from phones causing cancer and brain tumours. Despite a number of studies, researchers have not been able to prove the connection, or the lack thereof, definitively.
For example, a 2010 study showed the risk of developing brain glioma doubled over a 10-year period of mobile phone use. On the other hand, a 13-year study published in 2011 found no such association. (Source: National Cancer Institute)
The only effect all researchers agree that mobile phone radiation has on the human body is heating up human tissue. Its similar to a microwave heating up your food. It doesn’t have the harmful effect X-rays and gamma rays, but we all know not to overheat food in the microwave right? Again, this is a topic researchers are still trying to get a definitive answer to.
You can find more information at the National Cancer Institute. and Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency (ARPANSA). Click here and here for the latest update on radiation research.
What can we do?
It seems we have two options here.
- We could choose to make decisions based on current research on cell phone radiation, which would probably contradict itself often; or
- We could see protecting ourselves from mobile phone radiation as a decision we make to improve our lifestyle. It would be a one-time commitment we make to lead a better lifestyle, free from the confusing conclusions of research.
(And also just in case future research finds a connection between mobile phone radiation and another health issue)
The solution: reduce mobile phone radiation
The R2L is a small anti-radiation mobile chip that attaches to the back of your phone. It reduces mobile phone radiation (radio frequency) by converting it into light energy. The FCC tested this device in a series of experiments and found the SAR (specific absorption rate of radiation into your body) decreased when the R2L was engaged. FCC found R2L converts 70% of radiation your phone emits into light, still leaving enough for call connective and quality. Instead of your facial tissue absorbing excess radiation, the R2L will.
You can see this process happening in real time. As the R2L absorbs radiation, the internal circuit fills with radiation and the LED light flashes, releasing the radio frequency as light energy. This a quick process and when placed correctly, the LED flashes when your phone is on a cellular network. Importantly, R2L does not disrupt any other feature of your mobile.
Why you should buy the R2L?
A quick google search will tell you that most experts do tell you to be cautious of mobile phone use. That’s not so easy considering we live in a mobile phone dependent world. So, when there’s an option that’s proven to reduce radiation in your phone, it makes sense to choose that option. Even if you believe mobile phone radiation won’t kill you, theres nothing wrong in investing in a device that makes your mobile phone experience safer.
However, if you believe you don’t know the exact side effects of mobile phone radiation, then R2L can be the safety measure you take. You’re making improvements to your life so you are able to enjoy more and worry less.
When given the option to lead a better lifestyle, the only question to be asking is how quickly can I get my R2L?
Get yours here!