How to reduce radiation exposure from mobiles

I am sharing this insight with you, firstly as a parent of an 12 year old who is part of the tech generation and secondly as a wellness practitioner, who sees imbalances in the body most days of the week when treating clients. There are many research papers out there that discuss the negative impact of radiation from mobile devices, computers and Wi-Fi on our health, and there are those that will argue it is not a serious problem.

The reality is that our body was not built to be exposed to these signalsThe additional energy burden creates extra stress on the body that disrupts and creates imbalances in the body, which I see in my clients.  Some are more sensitive to others, particularly children (and foetuses) who absorb it much more than adults, which is why parents and pregnant ladies need to know about these risks.
I see this energy as an invisible toxin. We all need to be aware of it. Devices are constantly switched on in many places - in your home, office, car, shops and schools. Every time you use a device, or have one near you, you are being exposed to the signals. The bad news is that we can’t eliminate our exposure, or our children’s, however the good news is that my suggestions below can help reduce the exposure for you and your family:

  1. Limit unnecessary usage of wireless devices/PC signals (including Bluetooth,  Wi-Fi)
  2. Turn off the Wi-Fi/Bluetooth and devices when you are not using them, especially overnight
  3. Sit at a table when using a device, avoid having them on your lap
  4. Never have devices near you or charging when you are sleeping - and never under your pillow
  5. Do not carry devices in pockets. Anti-radiation cases reduce it by around 89% but ideally keep devices away from the body in a bag or briefcase whenever possible as whatever part of your body is next to the phone will be exposed to the signal 
  6. Use air tube headphones (standard headphones have metal in so take radiation from your phone to your brain, buy air tube headphones - see anti-radiation devices below)
  7. Consider other anti-radiation devices such as phone cases, tablet barriers which can reduce levels of exposure. I currently use Vest (who are US based, and have great information on their website) and
  8. Do not hold the mobile phone close to your head, use the speaker instead
  9. Do not place your ear to the phone when the phone is connecting
  10. Avoid using your phone in low signal areas.

I hope you find these tips useful and want to share them with others so more people understand the importance of limiting exposure to radiation through mobile devices. If you would like to discuss this further or to get real insight into your body's sensitivities and imbalances, please get in touch, call 07966 502611 or email me at