We rely on our devices to communicate, but the electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) our cellphones and laptops emit can trigger fatigue, brain fog, and insomnia. That’s because EMFs increase the body’s production of free radicals that damage DNA and other cellular proteins. The easy fix? Holding your phone 1 inch from your ear when you’re talking cuts EMF exposure by 75% say scientists at the University of Utah. Also smart: stashing it in a handbag rather than your pocket and leaving it in the kitchen overnight.

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  1. Ruth

    I will be more careful about my cell phone. I read your book Zapped, many years ago.

  2. Judy

    I do have these symptoms. I’ll heed your warning and start keeping my phone farther away from me.

  3. Pamela

    At least I can carry my phone in my handbag. I don’t know what to tell my husband to do. It’s always in his chest pocket, and he’s had some heart problems.


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