For years I’ve been concerned about what my cell phone may be doing to my brain. I know, media reports say that cell phones don’t harm the brain, but there’s enough research to the contrary (that's not reported in the mainstream media) to make me wish I didn’t have that indispensable piece of technology glued to my ear or close to my body quite so much.
About a year ago my cousin gave me what I call a Cell Phone Ladybug, a small, passive device shaped like a ladybug (but about the size of a small lima bean) that attaches to the cell phone to help neutralize the electromagnetic fields. I’ve been researching it and other similar devices for the past year to find out if I could validate their usefulness. The answer? Yes and no. The Cell Phone Ladybugs are made of a special material that essentially neutralizes the magnetic part of a cell phone’s electromagnetic field and reduces the heat that it generates. In other words, the Cell Phone Ladybug doesn’t make the electromagnetic field go away, but changes it in a way that is likely to reduce its potential for harm.
Because we don’t have clinical trials I can’t give you a blanket assurance or guarantee that the Cell Phone Ladybugs will protect you from the electromagnetic fields in cell phones. However, I’m convinced enough that they help that I wouldn’t be without one myself, and now that they’re in stock, am mailing them off to friends and family and offering them for sale on my website.
I like the Cell Phone Ladybugs better than other similar devices because they’re small, they’re fun, and relatively inexpensive.
Here's where to find more information on cell phones and eletromagnetic radiation.
Ideally, devices that minimize cell phone radiation would be built right into the phone, and I’m sure the technology exists to accomplish that. Unfortunately, cell phone companies have not stepped up to the plate to provide us with that protection. Until the cell phone companies take it upon themselves (or the government regulates them) to protect us better from cell phone radiation, I hope you’ll try a Cell Phone Ladybug!
P.S. Even if you don't get a Cell Phone Ladybug, be sure to read my Tips for Safer Cell Phone Use
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