Cell phone dangers go way beyond radiation

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Cell Phone Warning(NaturalHealth365) Cell phone dangers are widely known – yet many people get overwhelmed (and ignore) the health risks associated with wireless technology. To be perfectly clear, cell phones do emit harmful radiation which threatens our cellular matrix. These disharmonic frequency vibrations place a constant stress on our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

But, radiation is not the only thing bad about cell phone devices.

Are we breathing in toxic air from our cell phones?

There are chemical compounds used in the production of cell phones which pollute the air that enters our lungs; the water we drink and the food we eat. These vapors are spewing out of every mobile device on the planet. We’re talking about nasty stuff like, mercury, lithium, nickel, chlorine, bromine, lead, arsenic and cadmium – to name a few.

Funny how politicians talk about “saving the planet” – yet they use cell phones every day and allow toxic chemicals to be used in thousands of food and household products.

The Ecology Center of Ann Arbor, Michigan with ifixit.com took apart and identified components of 36 cell phones models – to find at least one of the above mentioned toxins inside. After dismantling over a thousand cell phones, they found most were loaded with a toxic soup of unwanted – deadly ingredients. You think politicians will help us to clean this up? (don’t hold your breath)

Do you think we should care about cadmium in our environment?

Cadmium is one of the most dangerous substances known to mankind. This poisonous heavy metal can cause lung and prostate cancer and is extremely toxic to the gastrointestinal tract; the kidneys; cardiovascular, and hormonal system.

By the way, the Environmental Protection Agency (EFA) recently decided to withdraw its final rule of adding cadmium to the “Toxic Substances Control Act”. The EPA recognized (feared) that this would create confusion and uncertainty within certain industrial sectors. Heaven forbid – we should warn people of any danger.

So much for trusting our government-sponsored, “health” agencies to protect us!

Nasty flame retardant chemicals found on cell phones

Brominated flame retardants are added to plastics to reduce the risk of fire. They are used in the printed wiring boards; cables and plastic housing. Brominated flame retardants are highly toxic and bio-accumulative within the human body. What happened to the “good old days” of regular (land-line) telephones?

Lead, a suspected carcinogen, is a hormone disruptor and capable of damaging almost every organ system in the human body – especially the central nervous system. That low-level anxiety you’re feeling could be a symptom of heavy metal poisoning.

Let’s not forget about lithium. This heavy metal creates environmental problems when exposed to water, which is present in most landfills. It can create underground fires, which are very difficult to extinguish.

Mercury accumulates in the fatty tissues of living organisms – such as fish. It is recognized as a hormone disruptor; neurotoxin; reproductive and respiratory toxin. Unfortunately, the inventors of cell phone technology couldn’t care less about human health or the health of planet Earth.

So, minimize your cell phone usage; use a regular telephone when possible and stay close to nature – it will never hurt you.

About the author: Blanche Levine has been a student of natural healing modalities for the last 25 years. She has the privilege of working with some of the greatest minds in natural healing including Naturopaths, scientist and energy healers. Having seen people miraculously heal from all kinds of dis-ease through non-invasive methods, her passion now is to help people become aware of what it takes to be healthy.

Sources:

http://www.activistpost.com/2012/10/cell-phone-dangers-loaded-with-mercury.html
http://www.cleanup.org.au/PDF/au/additional-info-sheet_mobilephones-the-environment.pdf
http://www.hpa.org.uk/webc/HPAwebFile/HPAweb_C/1194947386187

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  • Janet

    What about a bluetooth?

  • stacie

    People never listen to me when I try to explain I limit calls on my phone to emergencies. I can actually feel an ache in one side of my head after only a few minutes using a cell phone. It is really sad that people are too busy to concern themselves with these trivial issues. I imagine the healthcare status of this country will be in a crisis after 20 years.

  • Jessie

    I also get a headache with cell phone usage. I just tell people I’m not a phone talker. Just makes me feel horrible in long conversations.

  • cindy

    I have heard that even landlines emit a certain level if using a cordless, so I suppose haveing a corded house phone is probably best to eliminate it all. I won’t use microwaves either and won’t let one be plugged into my house. I have a feeling this has something to do with why there are chemtrails too, but at this point that is just my mind turning trying to connect it all.

  • Michele

    That’s right, Cindy. Cordless, I have heard, in fact can be just as bad as if not worse than cell phones! I try to connect the dots too, but it’s pretty mind-boggling when I look at the EMFs from cell phones plus microwaves plus body scanners at airports plus chemtrails plus GMO food without labeling plus GMO ingredients the FDA has passed for companies to put even in organic foods (Neotame) — note: you can’t trust processed organic foods unless they are smaller companies not owned by big corporations as far as I can tell — and add to that the vaccinations, pesticides, nuclear waste and more, the only “answer” that seems clear is that some thing or somebody is trying to kill us! Meanwhile the masses are distracted by mindless shows on TV and “programming” with its own pro-corporate “spin” on the mainstream news.

  • Rich

    People already think I’m a paranoid Chicken Little for suggesting they prepare for unknown catastrophic events, and I have no intention of digging myself deeper into a hole by screaming at them for using cell phones. A far more sensible approach is to urge people not to throw old cell phones in the trash when they are no longer needed. Instead, dispose of them at a place that recycles old electronics (or E-waste). They will remove the harmful metals so they can be safely reused. If everyone in the world disposed of all E-waste in this manner there would be no problem whatsoever of the type described in this article. All forms of technology are a double-edge sword with both benefits and risks, and it’s up to each of us to use them as wisely and safely as possible. If we’re smart about it, we can enjoy the benefits and not have to go back to the stone age in order to avoid the risks.

  • Mark

    Good points Rich!

  • Anthony Pearce

    Lithium is used in batteries because it is one of the lightest of the metals. It has an atomic weight of 3. It is not a heavy metal. Aluminium similarly is not a heavy metal. They may be toxic in the wrong place but they are not Heavy metals. Water is toxic when used in the wrong way.
    Lithium batteries are more environmentally friendly that the NiCad (Nickel-Cadmium) battery. If you must have a battery, then the Lithium-ion type is the better.

  • Jason

    Thanks for all the great information from articles on this site, but I do find the inflammatory sarcastic comments in some articles a real draw-back. I would love to refer family and friends to some articles, but the inflammatory comments will just turn them off. Sure, cell phone manufacturers may have chosen profits over health safeguards, but saying “the inventors of cell phone technology couldn’t care less about human health or the health of planet Earth” is clearly not based on any facts, and these people likely do care about the health of their families. Let’s stick to the facts and not undermine our cause with inflammatory comments that nay-sayers will just use against us. Thanks :).

  • arnie fiergang

    It[s good to know what’s in these devices that can cause harm, but as long as these don’t get in your mouth or eaten,I haven’t seen explained how these components harm you? I realize recycling must be done to keep these toxic elements from entering our water or food supply.How does being inside a phone cause harm? I’m not disputing this, I just want to have it made clear.

  • Kim

    Our schools get money if people bring in old cell phones and batteries. If they all pile up in a box in the lobby of the school, waiting to be collected, could they be giving of large amounts of toxic fumes?

  • Tim

    Re. the point about “inflammatory comments”. It is a bastardization of language to use euphemisms. It just makes a major problem seem like a minor, insignificant one, so people will continue to violate the natural law, and then later ( when they get brain cancer ), they will say, “Why did no-one tell me? If I had known it was so serious, I wouldn’t have done x, y, or z.”
    Cellphones not only microwave your head, thus precipitating acoustic neuromas, they also impact the earth’s fauna. It is a simple fact that microwaves disorientate the bees; they then cannot find their way back to the hive, and they die. This means that plants do not get pollinated. This means that one of the deepest satisfactions we have is increasingly being denied to us, ie the ability to eat delicious colourful and interesting food. In China at the moment, the pear trees are being pollinated by hand. For the last three years, I have had no apples on trees which used to be loaded. Is it inflammatory to say this? Or is it simply using language for the purpose for which it was intended, ie to communicate effectively and meaningfully?
    Fairy tales and euphemisms are for children, who cannot deal with the real world. As grownups, it’s our responsibility to confront the dire problems which face us at every turn.