We looked at the science and review what we know so far in our latest article. Check out the link in bio for the full break down on wifi, bluetooth, and microwaves + read about cell phones below 👇⁣ ⁣ Cell phones 📱 have the highest potential for adverse health effects. Although cellphones emit non-ionizing radiation, some studies have shown an increased risk of cancer in male rats. We recommend keeping your phone out of your pocket/bra for extended periods of time and putting them on the other side of the room while you sleep. ⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣⁣
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Are Cell Phones and Wifi Frying Our Brains?

Everything you need to know about devices that create electromagnetic fields and radiation

Some of the best-known ways we interact with electromagnetic fields are through cell phones, wifi, microwaves, and x-rays. Basically, we interact with them or use them do to mundane, but sort of magical, tasks every day. But, have you ever wondered if and how those things affect your health? Like is standing too close to the actually microwave bad? Is carrying your cell phone in your pocket or sports bra going to ruin your sperm or give you breast cancer? Is sleeping with your phone under your pillow really a big deal? We dug through the current research to answer exactly those questions.

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Sleeping with your phone in your bed seems innocent enough, but some studies have linked the electromagnetic fields (EMFs) from our phones to certain cancers and memory impairment 😰. On top of that, the blue light from screens can mess with sleep patterns. Distance is the most important factor in limiting EMF exposure, so to ensure the highest quality 💤s as possible, try putting your phone on airplane mode or leaving it on the opposite side of your room. Link in bio for more information! ⁣ ⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣ .⁣
But, don't fear, we have some super easy tips to help you protect your sperm. A couple highlights from the list: 1) clean your home 2) use cold water when you cook 3) keep your phone in your back pocket or in your bag Check out the full article for more simple tips and the reasons why you should follow these tips. A little secret, they are good for your overall health, too, not just your sperm.
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5 Easy Changes to Protect Your Sperm from Harmful Chemicals

Keep your swimmers safe with these science-based tips

Hey, guys, yeah all you sperm producing humans out there. Hate to break it to you, but when it comes to different chemicals in our world, your little swimmers might not be as safe as you think. While it's true that you continually are creating new sperm, if you are exposed to some of these nasty things on a regular basis, chances are high that they are affecting both the quality and quantity of your sperm. Even if you aren't planning to have a kid right now, these things could make it harder for you to conceive a kid in the future and research has linked sperm health to overall health. But, hang tight. We have some super simple suggestions for ways to change up your routine that can protect your sperm for years to come.

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