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EMF is a physical field produced by electrically charged objects. It affects the behavior of objects in its vicinity. The closer you are to the source of the field, the greater the strength of the magnetic field. You cannot see, hear or smell electromagnetic fields. But it surrounds us everywhere. The earth creates its own magnetic field and some other natural sources, but also different man-made electronic devices such as computers, tablets, cell phones, radios, household appliances, etc.
Higher frequency electromagnetic waves can transmit so much energy that they can break the bonds between molecules. Such radiation is called ionizing. Examples of such sources of radiation are radioactive materials, cosmic rays and x-rays. Fields whose transmitted energy is not sufficient to break molecular bonds are called non-ionizing. These sources of fields include artificial devices such as microwaves, laptops, cell phones, household appliances, etc.
Excessive exposure of the human body to radiation from cell phones can contribute to the development of serious illnesses. Numerous studies prove it. Visit our blog to learn more.
Radiation from cell phones poses the greatest potential health risks when it directly hits the body, especially the head. In addition, generally when the reception of the telephone signal is weaker, the telephone increases the power to compensate and thus produces more emissions.
Smartphones haven't been invented long enough to show the long-term effects yet. Right now, the saying “no one has ever had cancer using a cell phone” may be the case, but we can't say for sure what will be the case in, say, 20 years from now. We used to think that no one ever got cancer from smoking, but we all know how it ends now. Radiation from cellphones has a cumulative effect on our health, so a call is unlikely to harm you, but constant exposure can cause serious health problems.
The front cover of the phone case has the layer of the unique Mysilvershield material which blocks all electromagnetic fields radiating in your direction. So when you speak, you should keep the case closed to reduce your head exposure. Also, when you carry your phone in the pocket, you should put the front cover towards you to prevent your body from being exposed.
The back of the case allows you to stay online, so Mysilvershield does not interfere with the reception of GSM / CDMA, WIFI or GPS signals.
Mysilvershield mobile cases have been tested in an independent FCC certified laboratory and show up to 96% effectiveness in blocking cell phone radiation.
Yes, when you carry your phone in the pocket, you should put it with the front side towards you to prevent your body from being exposed.
Mysilvershield phone cases are made from materials that are proven to be very strong and durable for protection against everyday use.