Are there any Wi-Fi allergies?

Are there any Wi-Fi allergies?

'Wi-fi Allergy' - Can It Be For Real?

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Answer 1
January, 2021

The power of waves in the phone is about 1 watt. 1 watt is 1 joule per second.
1 joule is energy. Heat is also energy.

70% of our body is water. The heat capacity (how much energy you need to give one kilogram of a body to heat 1 degree) of water is 4.187 kJ / (kg * kelvin) = 4 joules / (g * kelvin)

That is, 4 joules of energy will heat 1 gram water by one degree. That is, in 4 seconds, the phone will heat one gram of water in your body by 1 degree. (But the blood circulates - and simply carries heat throughout the body, therefore:
It takes 4000 seconds to heat 1 kilogram - more than an hour.
It takes 240,000 seconds to heat 60 kilograms - more than two days.

BUT , while you also need to take into account that the radiation energy of the phone is not spent 100% on heating.

Answer 2
January, 2021

Of course, electromagnetic waves can cause certain deviations in the state of human health. But if we talk about electromagnetic waves from devices such as smartphones, routers and the like, then according to the classification, such waves are closer to microwaves, that is, existing in the ultrashort range. They have a warming effect on the fabric. As far as I know, several serious scientific papers have been published on this topic, including those touching upon such familiar topics as talking on a wireless phone. The fact is that during such a telephone conversation, a person is affected by the radiation created by the device itself - the tissues inside the head are warmed up, moreover, the heating can even penetrate a few centimeters deep. As you can imagine, this is not very useful, because as a result of an increase in tissue temperature, a vascular reaction can begin - hyperemia, that is, overflow of overheated blood vessels with blood, which in itself is a violation of blood circulation. This reaction leads to headaches, disturbances in the functioning of the vestibular apparatus, as well as impairment of vision, hearing and the normal functioning of many other human organs. All these manifestations have long been described in scientific circles, and in principle, there is nothing supernatural in this. And, of course, there are methods that eliminate this. For example, if you have to talk a lot and often on the phone, then the main recommendation to reduce the risk of hyperemia is to switch to using wired headphones with a microphone, which allow you to talk on the phone without bringing the wireless device itself to your head.

The same goes for routers. Nowadays most people use routers, and I can say that there is a real disgrace in this area: people have to install them, but in reality no one is engaged in fine tuning. Almost all routers installed in residential and office premises operate at maximum power. The router can be physically located at the other end of the house, but you will receive a signal from it in your apartment - that is, the electromagnetic waves it creates will affect you. In fact, we can talk about real electromagnetic pollution of the environment. Naturally, this circumstance has a rather bad effect on health: the router uses the same wavelengths as cell phones, microwave ovens and many other modern electronic items.

Now about the allergy to electromagnetic waves. Science under allergy is understood as completely certain pathological changes associated with the fact that the immune system of a person who develops an allergy begins to produce antibodies against some substance that causes this allergy. In this sense, it is not possible to talk about a true allergy to electromagnetic waves. The electromagnetic wave does not cause any antibodies, it is not an allergy in the true sense of the word. But the influence of waves can cause pseudo-allergic reactions associated with the fact that with the manifestation of a vascular reaction, that is, with excessive overheating of the tissue, a substance called histamine can be released at the site of wave action. And, as you know, all allergic drugs are called antihistamines. That is, in this sense, pseudo-allergy can develop. This is the same kind of pseudo-allergy, as, for example, solar urticaria - that is, the urticaria that occurs when exposed to the sun or ultraviolet light. The same pseudo-allergy also happens to heat - that is, arising from heat heating, for example, when a person takes a hot shower, and he develops hives on the skin under the influence of high temperature. So, there is no true allergy to Wi-Fi, but exposure to electromagnetic waves can cause pseudo-allergic reactions.

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