Radical Damage from the internet – how to protect ourselves

Damage from 5G is real. It can cause free radicals in the body which can cause chronic oxidative stress that can damage the structure of our cells. Cellular damage can lead to chronic diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.

Here are some ways to help protect ourselves:

1) Keep your phone in airplane mode when possible
2) Use a timer on your internet to turn off at night
3) Use wired router instead of wireless
4) Do not put your phone in your pocket or bra (yes, women do that)
5) Do not sleep with your phone, tablet, or laptop under your pillow

Now how many of you are you saying that this is not realistic? I mean, we can keep the phones out of our pockets and beds, well, maybe not everyone as I often find my teens asleep with theirs right by their heads sadly. But turning off the router at night? I don’t know about you but we are all awake at various hours in this house. Kids doing homework late at night, adults catching up on the news and emails early in the morning, none of us on the same schedule. And I am not sure how many people want to go back to using wired routers and having all those plugs…..

So what can we do? If we can’t make the above suggested changes, we can still protect ourselves. We need to keep our bodies safe from the potential free radicals attacking our cells. Here are some suggestions to help you do that:

1) Reduce Inflammation in the Body:

a) Learn what your food sensitivities are and remove them
b) Eat anti-inflammatory foods
c) Reduce stress with tools like journaling, meditating, yoga, tapping, or walking
d) Weight loss

2) Eat Foods High in Antioxidants:

a) Berries – blueberries, strawberries, goji berries
b) Dark leafy greens – kale, spinach, collard greens
c) Red cabbage
d) Beets
e) Dark chocolate
f) Pecans
g) Artichokes

While modern day technology has become the way of the world as it is easier and easier to connect to others, even during times of social distancing, allows us to work and our children to learn, it can still be damaging to the body. Though we are all still far from really understanding its full impacts, we do know that we need to help protect ourselves from the possible long-term damage.