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How to Measure and Protect from Wi-Fi EMF Radiation?

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Advancements in technology can bring both excitement and confusion, often accompanied by health concerns. An example of this is Wi-Fi, a ubiquitous technology used regularly by nearly everyone. Wi-Fi gives off electronic and magnetic frequencies/fields (EMF), which some studies have associated with adverse health effects.

But how do you measure the EMFs from Wi-Fi? This article explores effective methods and tools for assessing Wi-Fi EMF radiation, offering insights to address concerns and make informed decisions about wireless technology.

What is Wi-Fi?

Wi-Fi, an abbreviation for Wireless Fidelity, is a technology that enables high-speed wireless connectivity between devices within proximity, such as between a laptop and a Wi-Fi router. They provide access to services like the internet without having to use cables (wireless). Wi-Fi networks are widely used in residential and public indoor and outdoor settings, including buildings such as schools and offices, as well as parks and streets.

Wi-Fi is the most popular wireless local area network (WLAN) technology. All devices connected to these networks, including laptops and Wi-Fi routers, are equipped with one or more antennas to transmit and receive RF-EMF signals. Wi-Fi devices commonly operate on either the 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz frequency bands. Dual-band Wi-Fi devices give off RF-EMF across both frequency bands.

The term “5G Wi-Fi”, distinct from the new 5G cellular technology, uses the 5 GHz band and offers higher-speed data transfer (bandwidth), but with a shorter range (approximately 10m indoors and 30m outdoors). This is in contrast to the more popular 2.4GHz band, which can reach approximately 30m indoors and about 100m outdoors.

Is Wi-Fi an EMF?

EMF encompasses three types of electromagnetic fields: low-frequency electric fields, low-frequency magnetic fields, and radio frequency (RF) fields.

Wi-Fi is classified as high-frequency non-ionizing radiation, as the modem emits high-frequency RF signals. Thus, Wi-Fi falls under the category of high-frequency electromagnetic field.

Other non-ionizing radiation includes cell phones, computers, MRIs, microwaves, Bluetooth devices, power lines, and home energy meters.

EMF from Wi-Fi and Health Risks?

The health risks associated with Wi-Fi EMF exposure have been a subject of debate. A study revealed that Wi-Fi exposure induces oxidative stress, sperm and testicular damage, and neuropsychiatric effects including changes in apoptosis, EEG changes, endocrine changes, cellular DNA damage, and calcium overload. Exposure to microwave frequencies also produced each of these effects. Therefore, each of these electromagnetic field effects is a proven outcome of Wi-Fi exposure and other microwave electromagnetic fields.

Some scientists suggest that electromagnetic fields affect our body’s nervous system and induce cellular damage. One symptom of very high exposure to electromagnetic fields could be cancer and unusual growth. Other possible symptoms may include:

  • Headache
  • Sleeping disturbance
  • Depression and depressive symptoms
  • Fatigue and exhaustion
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Memory changes
  • Dizziness

Some people are more affected by EMFs than others, and this hypersensitivity to EMFs ultimately resembles an allergy.

How to Measure EMF from Wi-Fi Routers?

To measure the frequency of Wi-Fi signals accurately, a high-frequency meter like the HF-B3G or the AF-3500 (which can also measure low frequencies) is required. Once measured, it is relatively easy to implement measures against Wi-Fi EMF.

For those without access to specialized EMF meters like the HF-B3G or the AF-3500, accurately gauging Wi-Fi signal frequencies may seem challenging. However, with our Wi-Fi Router EMF Calculator, you have an accessible alternative. This tool allows you to estimate the power density of the electromagnetic field (EMF) emissions from your Wi-Fi router, offering a simplified yet effective means to assess and address potential exposure. By inputting parameters such as transmission power, frequency band, antenna type, and distance from the router, you gain valuable insights into EMF levels, empowering you to take proactive steps in managing your RF exposure.

How to Protect from Wi-Fi EMF?

Below, we give you some advice on basic protection measures against Wi-Fi electromagnetic fields.

Switch to Wired Connection: Transition to a wired connection, such as switching to an Ethernet connection similar to what is commonly done with computers in workplaces or offices.

Control Modem Signal: You can control your modem using software. Most Wi-Fi modems include software to adjust the signal level. You can lower the signal from 100 percent to 30 percent and still work with the Wi-Fi signal, but in a manner that reduces EMF radiation exposure.

Distance the Modem from People: Place the modem as far away from people as possible. Increased distance from the modem correlates with better health and reduced EMF emissions. For instance, in a residential setting, place the modem in a basement away from sleeping quarters.

Use Electrical Timer: Another option involves connecting the modem to an electrical timer that you can set to turn off the power during sleeping periods. The electric timer automatically turns off the Wi-Fi at your designated time, so you don’t have to worry about EMF emissions at night.

Sadly, minimizing EMFs over Wi-Fi is not always within our control. In some cases, if you live in a condo, you will still receive Wi-Fi signals from neighbors and even if you live in a single-family home, you will still receive signals from the house next door. What can you do in this case? Thankfully, Wi-Fi EMF is directional and can be easily blocked. You can simply place some type of barrier between yourself and the EMF to block its transmission. (Read more)

Recommended Solutions

Below are some suggested solutions, all of which are certified, eco-friendly, and tested for effectiveness.

If you want an EMF protection product that blocks 90 percent of the radiation from your Wi-Fi router but won’t affect your connection speed, we recommend using the Phone Computer Bluetooth Wi-Fi Radiation Protection. This very effective EMF protection product offers you and your family maximum protection against radiation while also preventing the formulation of brain tumors and the harmful effects of DNA damage.

There is also the Faraday Cage for Wi-Fi Router that blocks about 95 percent of the harmful electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation caused by Wi-Fi routers. This Faraday cage plugins when the router is placed inside the cage and is everything you need to protect your family and home from harmful exposure.

You can also cover yourself in protection with our Orgone Bamboo Blankets! These EMF protection blankets are produced from fast-growing ecologically friendly bamboo that protects against low and high-frequency radiation. This amazing resonance is the healing component, which extends to around 10 meters (33 feet) from these highly effective and incredibly relaxing energy-healing Orgone Blankets. This blanket is versatile in its usage as you can use it in bed, on the couch, on vacation, on business trips, or while playing console games.

If you’re looking for whole-house EMF protection, the Geoclense Orgone Negative Ion Generator is your best option. The Geoclense Orgone Negative Ion Generator consistently generates healthy and beneficial negative ions that work by harmonizing and neutralizing your home and entire property to its boundaries, neutralizing each one of these destructive energies such as EMF radiation and radio frequencies.