Electric EMF: Why You Shouldn't Use Your  Phone While It's Charging

Do you ever use your phone while it's charging?

Maybe you're scrolling through social media or watching a video, and you don't want to wait until your phone is fully charged before using it. While this may seem like a convenient way to use your phone, it can actually have negative effects not only on your health but on your device as well.

What is Phone Radiation?

Phone EMF radiation, also known as electromagnetic radiation, is a type of radiation that is emitted by electronic devices such as smartphones, laptops, and Wi-Fi routers. This radiation is a form of energy that travels through space and can be absorbed by living tissue, including the human body.

When we use our phones, they emit EMF radiation in the form of radio waves. These waves are used to send and receive information between our phones and cell towers or Wi-Fi networks. While the levels of radiation emitted by our phones are generally considered to be safe, prolonged exposure to high levels of radiation can have negative effects on our health.

Research has suggested that exposure to EMF radiation from our phones may be linked to a variety of health concerns, including headaches, fatigue, insomnia, and even cancer. While the evidence is still inconclusive, many experts recommend taking steps to reduce our exposure to EMF radiation from our phones and other electronic devices.

What is Electric EMF?

Electric fields or Electric EMF exist wherever there is electricity, including in the wiring of your home. Since the electrical flow is present in the wires that power everything from light fixtures to outlets, the electric fields are always present.

However, for devices like lamps, dryers, or any electrical appliance, electric fields are only present when the device is turned on and has current running through it.

Phone Charging and Electric EMF