Yes, it’s true that wireless Bluetooth headphones emit radiation. Their placement in the ear canal exposes tissues in the head to relatively high levels of radio-frequency radiation. Bluetooth devices also give off less radiation than cell phones—only about one-tenth or less.
Risks associated with electromagnetic fields include increased cancer risk, cellular stress, genetic damages, structural and functional changes of the reproductive system, learning and memory deficits, neurological disorders, and negative impacts on well-being.
If you also use a cell phone on a daily basis, it’s bizarre to worry about the hazards of these earphones. if you use them for hours a day to listen to music or podcasts, of course, that exposure could add up. But if you're using them mainly to have phone conversations, you’ll actually get less exposure than if you were to hold the phone up to your head.
But that doesn't mean you should freak out about your wireless earbuds.
If people want to be overly cautious, they can simply stop using wireless headphones. And keeping phones away from the body when they’re not in use, sleeping with phones away from the bed, and using headsets or headphones to conduct phone calls can help alot. And also stick to wired headphones instead of wireless. and that wireless devices should be removed from the head and ears when not in use.
I hope you will stick to the wired headphones instead of wireless headphones as the article indicated. And don't forget to share this wonderful post with your loved ones.
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