Wireless devices and wearables – including ones designed for medical purposes – often expose wearers to high levels of biologically harmful Electromagnetic Fields (EMF). Nevertheless they continue to be designed and promoted for health monitoring even though studies have proven most aren’t accurate. Explosive, NOT easy to recycle and NOT to be worn by people with medical implants, radiation-emitting earbuds are still popular, too, despite ongoing warnings by scientists.
Wearing wireless earbuds may be convenient but it could be increasing your risk of neurological disorders as they send a magnetic field through your brain to communicate
- Wireless headphones, like Apple’s popular AirPods, could be dangerous to human health, according to a petition signed by 250 scientists
- The petition to the United Nations (U.N.), led by the International Electromagnetic Field Alliance takes aim at nonionizing electromagnetic fields (EMFs), which are used by AirPods and other Bluetooth devices, as well as cellphones and Wi-Fi, which emit radiofrequency radiation
- The devices, which include not only AirPods, but also other wireless Bluetooth headphones, communicate with one another by sending a magnetic field through your brain
- One scientist who signed the petition believes the use of earbuds is akin to a giant experiment and could increase your risk of neurological disorders
Wireless headphones, like Apple’s popular AirPods, could be dangerous to human health, according to a petition signed by 250 scientists.1 The devices, which include not only AirPods but also other wireless Bluetooth headphones, bring a new level of function and convenience to those looking to listen to music, podcasts, audio books and more while on the go.