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Living In South Lincolnshire? The Poor 4G Coverage Could Be Bad For Your Health!

Mobile phone users are told to avoid making calls when signal is poor. This is because the harder the phone tries to connect, the more radiation it emits, which according to many health experts is a potential risk to health.

Common reasons for phones having to work hard to keep signal include:

  • Travelling in a moving vehicle, so travelling between masts
  • Being in an enclosed space where internal clutter disrupts signal
  • Being connected to an over-crowded mast so competing for signal
  • Having low battery, so reduced power for dedicating to finding signal
  • Being in a signal blackspot – either too far from a mast or surrounded by structures that disrupt signal

A spokesperson for The Country Land and Business Association (CLA) told the BBC

“It’s quite clear these operators are not investing in those areas where 4G is most needed and is really lacking. South Lincolnshire is one of the worst examples”

5 ways experts believe mobile phone radiation could be bad for your health:

  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia
  • Infertility
  • Brain Tumours

So, what can residents of South Lincolnshire – and other places with poor signal do to reduce the risk from excess radiation?

Firstly, you could make sure that you are on the best network for your area. Both Which? And Ofcom have a map where you can view the signal strength of each network by postcode.

Secondly, you can fit a radiation-reducing device. The R2L reduces the excess radiation by as much as 70% without affecting phone signal. Sceptical? Read about how the R2L has been proven different from other products on the market.

Finally, you can take the recommended steps to reduce exposure. These include following the manufacturer guidelines and keeping your phone away from your body or head, and making video or hands free calls. You can view a full list of recommendations here.

Stay Safe – Fit a Radiation Reducer! You can purchase the R2L here at screen2bsafe, or on Amazon.

Sources:
BBC.co.uk
Which?
Ofcom.org.uk
California Department of Public Health
SignalBoosters.com

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