Some undeniable facts:
World Health Organisation
The electromagnetic fields produced by mobile phones are classified by the International Agency for Research on Cancer as possibly carcinogenic to humans
The average person spends over five hours a day on their phone.
National Cancer Institute of America
A plethora of health and medical organisations agree that more research is required into the effects of phone radiation on cancer growth.
You get headaches, right?
Maybe you even get them a lot. If you do, you’ve probably tried to get rid of them in every way you can think of. Us too. That was until we realised we were done trying to cure our headaches, and ready to try preventing them in the first place.
The fact is: you put your brain through its paces every single day. You overthink. You work hard (too hard sometimes). You stress out about stuff. They’re common obstacles. But at least you can control them.
What if something else could be contributing to your headaches?
Well… the bad news is: there might be. Deep down, we know that our phones could be contributing negatively to our bodies... we keep them in our pockets and next to our ears anyway because we rely on them. But, there could be a solution.