- Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) Radiation
- Radio Frequency (RF) Radiation (WiFi, Bluetooth etc.)
- Heat Radiation
- Revolutionary Radiation Shielding
- Unparalleled Thermal Resistance
- FCC Certified Lab-Tested
- Fertility Issues
- DNA fragmentation
- Toasted Skin Syndrome, skin burns and rashes
- Other serious health risks
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Anything you can do to limit your exposure to radiation is a good idea…I try not to put the laptop directly on my lap.
- CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta
EMR & Heat Health Concerns
There is growing use of compact, portable electronic devices such as laptop computers and many of these are often used directly against the human body. This close contact exposes us to increased levels of Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) and Radio Frequency (RF) electromagnetic radiation as well as heat radiation.
Studies show that laptop radiation and heat exposure can negatively impact the body by causing:
- Fertility issues with both men and women
- DNA fragmentation (irreversible changes to the genetic code)
- Toasted Skin Syndrome (Erythema ab igne), skin burns and rashes
- Other serious health risks
So what do you do?
Here’s the good news. There is a solution.
How does The DefenderPad® work?
The advanced, patent pending technology of The DefenderPad® laptop radiation shield virtually eliminates Extremely Low Frequency (ELF) radiation emitted as a by-product of computer components such as processors, hard drives, memory and other parts.
Additionally The DefenderPad® laptop radiation shield also blocks higher frequency Radio Frequency (RF) radiation emissions transmitted by the electronic devices that connect to WiFi or cellular services for internet access. The DefenderPad® deflects, diverts, and absorbs these potentially harmful emissions.
Why is this important?
No other independently tested shielding solution virtually eliminates both Extremely Low Frequency and RF radiation.
How does this relate to health dangers?
For example, body cells are affected and sometimes damage occurs from both of these Electromagnetic Fields (EMFs). If your lap protection does not shield both emissions, you may only be protected from one, but still exposed to the health dangers of the other radiation. You need to shield yourself from both ELF and RF radiation. The DefenderPad® laptop radiation shield has you covered.
Sound good to you?
Even better, the amazing heat-blocking capability of The DefenderPad® laptop radiation shield essentially removes the need for using other laptop cooling pads, laptop tables, laptop trays or lap desks by diverting computer fan heat, thus eliminating direct exposure to temperatures reaching above 115° Fahrenheit.
It all boils down to this:
The DefenderPad® is great for travel, business, if you’re a student, on the go, or just working using your laptop on the couch or in bed. You can have peace of mind anywhere knowing The DefenderPad® laptop radiation shield is keeping you safe and protected from laptop radiation and heat.Order Now
Sports stadiums and other major public venues have begun installing WiFi networks that provide continuous free wireless access to patrons in all concourses and seating areas.
Stadiums by their very nature attract large crowds – with anywhere between thirty to one hundred thousand fans crowded into a venue, all using their portable devices to communicate with each other and the outside world while watching the action below.
Although there are health dangers associated WiFi, you can take steps to reduce your exposure.
With WiFi now becoming a way of life that is increasingly becoming more difficult to avoid, it is good to know the dangers associated with this technology, and how you can protect yourself and your loved ones from these hazards.
According to a recently released insurance risk report published by a leading insurance firm, ‘unforeseen consequences of electromagnetic fields’ could result in a flood of insurance claims that would translate into significant liability losses for the industry.
The report, titled Swiss Re SONAR — Emerging Risk Insights, released by Swiss Reinsurance in June 2013, addresses risks that could affect the insurance industry moving forward.