I’ve been using a cell phone for a long time. I remember the days when we didn’t have mobile phones and we actually had to stop at pay phones if we needed to make calls.
For me, it was during university when cell phones started becoming more common for people to have. I still remember our family’s first one, it was a really big, grey flip phone.
Since then, technology and phones have continued to improve. Today, I can’t even imagine life without a phone, it’s so essential. In one device we can have our phone calls, text messages, emails, social media, pictures and we even do our work.
For my children, they weren’t even around when we didn’t use cell phones. It’s been a part of their lives since they were born!
But what about the impact of long-term cell phone use on humans? I remember hearing on the news and reading a few things over the last twenty years about the concern of how cell phone radiation can affect us. Although there was research being done, there wasn’t a lot about what we could be doing to make sure we are keeping ourselves protected from EMR’s or Electro Magnetic Radiation.
And when you have more than 200 scientists from over 40 countries asking the UN for more research on the impacts of cell phone radiation, it really makes you think about the potential effects.
Lif3 Canada is one such company that is not only advocating for more research and testing about the health impacts of cell phone radiation, it has also created a Smartchip that has proven to reduce cell phone radiation by up to 99%.
When you think about how often you use your cell phone, that can make a big difference. Being a parent, it also brings into light our children’s exposure to cell phone radiation. We know how often we let our kids use our phones, whether it’s to talk to someone or play games, so when you really think about it, we are not the only ones being affected.
How it works is that the Smartchip is made with layers of microwave absorbing materials and a radio frequency coupler that works together to move radiation away from your face and body.
The Lif3 Smartchip is easy to use. You just put the very thin Smartchip on the back of your phone. It’s unobtrusive, reasonable priced and has virtually no interference with your signal.
There is a different Smartchip for each type of cell phone because different phones have unique technology. When it’s used correctly, Lif3 Smartchips are proven to reduce cell phone radiation.
Of course, you need to educate yourself on this and form your own opinions. Here is a link to give you more information on the government’s response to the call for more research on cell phone radiation.
In the meantime, until there is conclusive evidence that shows minimal health risks from EMR’s, along with a Lif3 Smartchip, here are some things you can be doing to lower your family’s exposure to cell phone radiation and be more cell phone smart.
How to Get Cell Smart:
1. Use the speaker phone or hands-free function on your cell whenever you can.
2. Text more than call.
3. Hold your cell phone in your purse or bag rather than in your pocket.
4. Don’t sleep with your cell phone next to you or on your side table at night.
To learn more about cell phone radiation and how to be cell phone smart, visit www. Lif3smartchip.ca. If you are interested in buying a Smartchip for your phone, use this code to get a 20% discount online. CODE: YMC2016
Disclosure: This post is part of the YummyMummyClub.ca and Lif3 #GetCellSmart sponsored program. I received compensation as a thank you for my participation. This post reflects my personal opinion about the information provided by the sponsors.
7 thoughts on “How to Get Cell Phone Smart for the Whole Family”
I had no idea this product was available. At least I know my son, who is in his mid 20’s, almost never makes a phone call. But too many of us have given up our landlines in favor of cell phones.
This is very true Alana!
I’m glad I got a Lif3 smartchip! I know research is still inconclusive but to me it makes sense to be safe rather than sorry. We used to think a lot of things were safe that we now know aren’t. Not too long ago, it was legal to text and drive so…
You are totally on point Taslim!
Sounds so useful!
This is a great post, Salma!! With a new baby, I’m always trying to educate myself on stuff like this. Thanks for sharing!
Hmmm, I had no idea it was legitimately this dangerous to hold a cell phone to your head! Most of my cell phone use is texting, checking emails, and browsing Facebook. When I do use it for calling , I nearly always use the speaker phone option.