Sleep with a Mobile Phone under your pillow is dangerous

Sleep with a Mobile Phone under your pillow is dangerousToday we take a look at the possible dangers of sleeping with a cell phone under your pillow or near your head. In short: It can be dangerous for multiple reasons.

The question of whether or not to sleep with a smartphone under your pillow is just a small part of a much larger debate on the subject of mobile phone radiation. Some information seems to indicate that smartphones may have an adverse effect on the brain, yet it remains unknown whether mobile phone use is linked with brain tumors or brain cancer.

Still, most experts recommend taking a cautious approach of restricting usage to only necessary exposures. Sleeping with a smartphone under your pillow or next to your head is not advised due to the possibility of overexposure to potentially harmful radiation.

Following are several news stories on the issue of sleeping with a mobile phone under your pillow:

Some people are so attached to their smartphones that they sleep with them on their nightstand or even under their pillow. Bad idea. Mobile phones pump out electromagnetic radiation whenever they are on – which means sleeping with one nearby boosts your exposure all night long. What to do? Put the cell phone on “airplane mode” (which shuts down the transceiver) or turn it off. If you need to be available for calls, place the phone several feet away from your bed.

A famous Website published an article regarding altered brain activity due to to cell phone use. The article states, ” …doctors frown on sleeping with a cell phone under your pillow or directly next to your bed.”

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About Nasir Memon
I am Abdul Nasir Memon. I am a Project Manager. I have experienced of more than 15 years in IT field. I did complete various Projects of Website and Mobile Apps. I have expertise to manage Projects of Android Applications.

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