Let’s admit it, our world has drastically changed ever since the introduction of the Internet and WiFi. People have experienced efficient and convenient transactions and communication on a global scale. Meanwhile a wide range of other possibilities are now within our reach. But something this powerful also has great consequences and might be dangerous to a person’s health.
DZRH News Television tackled this shocking topic on their segment “Experts Opinion” where they start with a warning to everyone who is slowly becoming addicted to the Internet. A study was conducted that showed how constant use of WiFi is actually detrimental to our health.
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It’s been dubbed as a silent killer because someone cannot immediately feel the side effects of using it. The “non-thermal radio frequency radiation” being emitted by this technology is believed to be interrupting the normal production and development of our body’s cells.
One other side effect caused by constant internet use is the disruption of a person’s sleeping habits. We can’t deny that the amusement and recreation offered by the web is quite addicting which then results into a weird sleep cycle. The change in our sleeping pattern can cause insomnia which has another set of negative side effects for our health.
While for men, the study showed that being exposed to too much of this radiation can certainly lessen the production of sperm. Cancer is also a possible side effect because of the electromagnetic radiation known to be a factor in the appearance of tumors.
We’re not saying that everyone should take out a bat and smash their routers or to completely swear off using the internet. But it would be wise to lessen or manage your use properly to avoid such terrible medical conditions.
Watch the DZRH News Television video below:
WIFI MAY MASAMANG DULOT SA KALUSUGAN AYON SA PAG-AARAL!
Posted by DZRH News Television on Monday, October 16, 2017
Were you aware that WiFi is dubbed as a “silent killer?” Do you think more studies should be conducted concerning this issue? Have you experienced the dangerous side effects listed in the video? Share your thoughts, reactions, and opinions in the comments section below!