Our digital environment is driven by Electromagnetic Fields (or EMFs). It provides a cross-device connection. The millimeter-wave, also known as the band of the electromagnetic spectrum, is employed in a diverse range of products and services, ranging from high-speed point-to-point wireless connections to broadband connections. However, experts have observed that these natural frequencies pose a threat to human health, with health impacts affecting all forms of living beings.
With the widespread usage of Wi-Fi and the rising acceptance of 5G cellular communications, being aware of EMF hazards is critical so you can try to reduce the potential negative but unexpected impacts.
Long-term exposure to electromagnetic fields has been related to an increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease, a kind of dementia. These have been identified as potential occupational hazards for laboratory, factory, utility, and other humanitarian workers working near EMF-emitting equipment such as motors and transmission systems.
The effects of EMF on youngsters are difficult to overlook. Because their neurological systems and brains are still developing, children are especially vulnerable to the dangers of EMF. High levels of EMF exposure have indicated an increased risk of childhood leukemia. Children, being more vulnerable, are exposed to radiation from the moment they are born and are exposed longer than adults. This fact is especially true in schools and daycares, where they spend most of their time.
Women may be at risk of miscarriage if exposed to high levels of EMF and natural frequencies radiation, especially in the early stages of pregnancy. Pregnant mothers will unknowingly be exposed to millimeter waves if they use mobile phones, tablets, or computers daily, which is a cause for concern.