How Harmful Is Computer Radiation?
The negative impact of computer radiation is a serious subject that requires attention. There is a lot of research evidence that explains all the health risks. Unfortunately, this topic is often avoided in public. Most people are not aware of the harmful effects of computer radiation, even when it is low intensity.
Research has shown that prolonged exposure to radiation increases the risk of all types of tumours, carcinoma, leukemia, insomnia, anxiety, aging of the skin, burns, etc.
Long-term exposure to radiation can cause burns of the skin, dryness, wrinkles and aging. Most of the electronic devices we use during the day expose us to harmful radiation. We even sleep next to our phones!
TVs, microwaves, mobile phones and computers broadcast harmful radiation. To save your health, use electronic devices carefully and in a way that protects your body from radiation.
As a high-tech yogi, Zoe has dealt with a lot of people who have suffered because of this. The worse part is, they weren’t even aware of it.
The Effects of Computer Radiation
Computer radiation is the most harmful to the skin. It’s because we usually sit in front of the screen for a long time. This is where the majority of the radiation comes from. It is, therefore, extremely important to reduce this kind of harmful computer radiation.
Computer radiation can cause you to feel ill. PC sickness is the common term for this phenomenon. Furthermore, it can burn the skin. Many people, especially children, are not aware of this danger. They continue to suffer poor health, without even having a basic explanation. It is that all such consequences are related to the use of computers.
Using a laptop or LCD also does not exclude the negative effects of computer radiation. It should be known that all computer screens emit low radiation frequencies. Laptop and LCD monitors emit less radiation than old-fashioned CRT monitors. However, all monitors emit radiation that damages your health.
Watch Your Eyes
Computer radiation also strains the eyes. If you spend a lot of time in front of your computer and your eyes hurt, you may suffer from a computer vision syndrome. The most common symptoms are tiredness and tension, dry eyes, burning sensation in the eyes, blurred vision and headache.
The picture on the screen is made of tiny spots, known as pixels. The pixels have a clear centre, but unclear edges, which prevents proper focusing. This creates a constant strain on the eye so that the image remains sharp.
The flickering of the screen forces your eyes to adapt to it. As we look at the monitor, we blink less so our eyes are more exposed to the reflection of light from the monitor and the radiation coming from it.
Regulations Regarding Computer Radiation
The law provides basic health and safety requirements that manufacturers of electrical products have to respect. Many manufacturers are improving their products to achieve a lower radiation intensity. In result, this has enabled them to achieve technological advances over the past few years.
Most standard industrial monitors are adapted to poor radiation. However, it should be known that low radiation is also dangerous. The radiation level of the computer is still high enough to cause health problems.
It is important to use products with low radiation. Make sure to look for electronic devices for which you are sure won’t harm your health. If you are unsure how to do that, Computer Coach Australia can help.
High-Tech Yogi To the Rescue
Zoe has been teaching computers for more than 30 years. She can help you pick out the technology that will best suit your needs. She’s helped so many seniors. Shop workers always want to sell them things they don’t need to make a bigger commission.
But Zoe is not just a techie. She is a high-tech yogi. She started practising yoga in the 80s. It wasn’t long before she realised it helped her body fight off the negative impacts of computer radiation and computer-related stress. Being around PCs a lot can result in poor physical and mental health.
Yoga Ayurveda is an ancient skill that helps maintain the balance between the body and the mind.
We often feel nervous when we spend a lot of time in front of our computers. Especially those whose job is to use one the entire day. It is not uncommon for people to experience insomnia as well. With Yoga Ayurveda plans that are tailored to you, Bondi Yoga Therapy can help you relax and unwind.
If you are looking for a place where you can recharge your batteries and let off all the bad effects of computer radiation, high-tech yogi is here to help.
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