Is too strong a WiFi signal detrimental to your health ?

WiFi has been replacing fixed wires at homes for internet connectivity. A lot of users have been asking for higher speeds and RF signal level. These signals might be detrimental to your health. Experiment it yourself by tuning down the WiFi signal or turn if off at night for better sleeping quality. Check out the video demonstration below.

This video provides a simple, yet profound lesson. The radio frequency radiation being transmitted from your wireless router or modem is extremely toxic and detrimental to your health. Notice how high the measurements are on the RF meter! Most of us are living and working in this type of RF radiation exposure every single day and night. The fix, or remediation is simple. Plug your modem or router into your computer using an Ethernet connection (hardwire), and “disable” the wireless function on your modem or router. This is very important for the health and safety of all those in your home or office. If you need to use the wireless function, then turn it on for a short time, do your task or watch your movie, then disable it once again. Never leave your wireless internet on all night as it will cause sleep disturbances which lead to even worse health issues. The fix is simple! Ethernet cord and disable the wireless function.

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8 Comments

  1. enderox May 3, 2013 9:24 pm  Reply

    so can anyone point me in the direction of comparable info for mobile phones ?

    I would have thought that
    a) the frequencies involved are similar
    b) would be as bad or worse than wifi – as they would be pinging the local phone tower at regular intervals

    who sleeps with their mobile phone near the bed/pillow ?

    • bluetooth May 21, 2013 4:48 pm  Reply

      I don’t. Try it and get headaches.

  2. Just May 3, 2013 6:52 pm  Reply

    And only a week after tweektown published the exact same article. Bit behind huh?

    • bluetooth May 21, 2013 4:47 pm  Reply

      We are not behind. We wrote this article after reviewing a 802.11ac which we find the signal to be exceptionally too strong. That triggers it and has nothing to do with another site.

  3. admin April 26, 2013 11:42 am  Reply

    that is the reason it is better to use fixed line phone if possible

  4. ANDIY April 26, 2013 6:00 am  Reply

    I wonder if N band affect much or less as B or G band?

  5. Joe April 26, 2013 12:14 am  Reply

    It has been estimated that you get a bigger dose of microwaves from one 20-minute phone call than from a year’s Wi-Fi.

    Twenty laptops and two routers is roughly equivalent to one mobile phone.

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