Why I switched from Wireless to wired headphones?
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Why I switched from Wireless to wired headphones?

Why I switched from Wireless to wired headphones?

Bluetooth Headphones emit radiation...!!!

Table of contents :

How does Bluetooth work?

Bluetooth radiation is emitted from all Bluetooth devices and is a type of wireless radio wave frequency known as microwave radiation.Microwave frequencies have a short wavelength and a rapid rate of oscillation. This is what enables them to travel long distances carrying information without needing to be contained in a wire.The short wavelength and rapid oscillation of microwave frequencies  make them adept to be able to penetrate living tissue down to a cellular level.

Image describing radiation, headphones and a person

Side effects of using Bluetooth :

Using a Bluetooth headphones expose brain, ears and the eyes to strong field of microwave radiation/electromagnetic radiation.

  • Sleep disturbance/Insomnia
  • headache
  • depression/depressive symptoms
  • fatigue/tiredness
  • dysesthesia
  • concentration/attention dysfunction
  • memory changes
  • dizziness
  • irritability
  • loss of appetite/body weight
  • restlessness/anxiety
  • nausea
Image of a person Using headphones

Bluetooth radiation is less studied than cell phone radiation. The lack of any formal studies have enabled the ‘experts’ to claim Bluetooth radiation is safe. This claim is based not on research proving Bluetooth radiation safe, but rather on the lack of any research proving it to be unsafe. This type of hollow safety claim is a technique often used to by companies who manufacture technologies for the retail market.

Conclusion :

So should you stop using wireless headphones{Bluetooth headphones} or not???

As stated above there are no absolute study to prove that Bluetooth headphones cause damage... But if conducted it might or might not show there are side effects so it's better if we use wired headphones rather than wireless headphones..

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