What is EMF and its Effects on Your Baby

5 Tips to Build a Low EMF, Safe Nursery for Your Baby - Bebcare Blog

What is EMF and its Effects on Your Baby

A Blog Post by Brian Murphy

Many parents are concerned about EMF safety at their home, especially after they welcome the arrival of their first child. Bebcare low emissions baby monitor is the perfect choice for parents who places safety as their top priority.

No other baby monitor on the market is equipped with Bebcare's unique DSR Digital Safe Radio technology. This is a low emissions technology designed from the ground-up for baby use.

Sources of wireless EMF emissions at Home - Why Bebcare baby monitors help

So What Exactly is EMF Emissions?

Radiofrequency (RF) energy is a type of electromagnetic radiation. It is used to transmit signals carrying information in the form of radio waves. Radio waves are broadcast using a transmitter. For example, when you talk on a cell phone, your cell phone acts as a transmitter and your voice is carried on radio waves to the person you are calling. Their phone acts as the receiver and converts the signal back into your voice. In addition to cell phones, other wireless devices such as radios, Wi-Fi routers, satellites, pacemakers and your baby monitor can send or receive RF energy waves.

EMF is everywhere in our modern world and is not something that you can escape from. Nevertheless, there are things you can do to minimize EMF exposure for yourself and your baby.


How Does EMF Affect Your Baby?

Parents should exercise the highest level of caution when it comes to baby safety. A young child is more susceptible to the effects of wireless emissions.

There are scientific studies that have linked exposure to EMF with the development of cancer. Furthermore, there are scientific studies that indicated correlation between exposure to EMF and learning disabilities such as ADHD in children. That's why so many parents are taking proactive steps to protect their newborn from EMF exposure.

5 Tips to Build a Low EMF Emissions Nursery

We have compiled 5 easy and simple tips to build a safe, low nursery for your baby. These tips and tricks can be implemented easily at your home. It takes no more than 10 minutes to reduce the emissions level in your nursery.

 Use a Bebcare Low Emissions Baby Monitor. Bebcare baby monitors utilize DSR Digital Safe Radio technology, which reduces the level of wireless emissions by the monitor. When compared to a typical DECT baby monitor, the level of emissions can be 95% lower.

 Turn OFF Home Wireless Devices Such as WiFi Router at Night. WiFi routers are relatively high power devices. The simple step of hitting the off switch can lead to a better night’s sleep. When on, a WiFi signal may interfere with our brains during sleep, so by turning it off we reduce EMF exposure and hopefully rest more deeply.

 Create a Safe Sleep Space. As a precaution against SIDS, there should only be two things in your baby's crib: a firm, tight-fitting mattress and a crib sheet. You can also take a look at Bebcare Baby Sensor Mat that can sense the baby's movement. Mirrors or picture frames can seriously injure your baby if they fell. Avoid decorations with long strings, ribbons, or anything else that could pose a strangulation hazard.

 Use Furniture Wall Anchors. Bring out the drill to install a screw-mounted device into the wall to attach to book cases, dressers, and the changing table. Don't leave anything swaying.

 Hang the Crib Mobile Correctly. Because string can be a strangulation hazard, never use it to hang anything on or near where your baby sleeps, including a crib mobile. If you plan on hanging a mobile from the ceiling, be sure to use a hanger to affix the mobile at a height your baby can't reach.

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- Brian Murphy

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