SAR is the abbreviation of Specific Absorption Rate. SAR is the measure for the absorption of electromagnetic fields in biological tissue.
Our body is made in such a way that when an electromagnetic radiation hits us, it is taken and turned into heat. That is why many people suffer from “hot ears” or feel an uncomfortably warm head after using the telephone. Many people use the advantages of absorption daily in the microwave, which uses considerably more watts in its electromagnetic vibration than cell phones.
SAR in geobiology and in practice
The number of suffering people has been going up consistently for years, considerably more than the increase in population. Depression and burn-out are seen more and more often in the media. A considerable part of the recent widespread diseases is also traced back to the permanent effect of electrosmog.
We use a special cell phone case with an integrated shielding mesh on one side as a barrier to protect our cell phones, whether it’s during a call or if it’s on standby. This eWall cell phone case is acoustically consistent, but it stops the radiation from penetrating the head and body.
Generally, you shouldn’t use the telephone inside a car because of the car’s own Faraday cage. If you have to make a phone call, make it as short as possible. Be careful with baby monitors as well. They are not regulated in terms of radiation intensity and transmit considerably stronger waves than modern smartphones (next to the baby or growing child).
We recommend using the T98 shielding paint, GPA shielding mesh, and NOVA shielding fabric to protect rooms from high-frequency radiation.
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