Due to growing concerns over cell phone radiation, Cellsafe has created a cushion scientifically engineered to channel radiation away from the head of a person using a phone. The product is called the Cellsafe Radi-Cushion, and it has been independently tested and proven to reduce the Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) by a whopping 97.4 percent.
Cell phone radiation has been linked with some evidence to brain tumors, insomnia, memory loss, pregnancy and fetal development issues, male infertility and migraines, to name a few of the numerous concerns.
Products like the Cellsafe Radi-Cushion could easily become necessary for daily use, pending further investigation into cell phone radiation and its after-effects.
“Concerned about the possible health risks associated with cell phone radiation, we investigated heavily in research and development on our technology,” said the managing director at Cellsafe, Aaron Leibovich. “The result is Cellsafe Radi-Cushion, significantly reducing exposure to children, mothers, workers and anyone who uses a cell phone, from the potential dangers linked with SAR.”
The higher your exposure to SAR, the higher your risk for complications; it’s that simple.
At least, the International Agency for Research on Cancer thinks so. The organization has categorized cell phone radiation as “possibly carcinogenic to humans (Group 2B) based on an increased risk for glioma, a malignant type of brain cancer, associated with wireless phone use.”
In short, “There could be some risk and therefore we need to keep a close watch for a link between cell phones and cancer risk,” stated the IARC.
Despite this warning however, many people still refuse to believe their cell phone poses any real threat to them or others.
So far the Cellsafe Radi-Cushion has been released in Australia, and since October 2012 it has been quite the popular product. For instance, many businesses and organizations have implemented the product to protect their employees.
Thanks in part to these popular reviews, the Cellsafe Radi-Cushion is now available worldwide.
Don’t worry--if you are thinking of getting one, the cushion does not interfere with cell phone usage. In fact, it is hardly detectable at all. The cushion is only 1mm in width, made of silicone compound to adhere to the back of the cell phone. Using absorbent particles embedded with a radio frequency module, the slim cover channels radiation out through the rear of the phone, and away from the ears and head.
Currently the Cellsafe Radi-Cushion is available for the iPhone, Samsung and HTC smartphones, but many more models are in development--you can check on the company’s progress at www.cellsafe.com.
Edited by Rich Steeves