The Dangers of EMF Exposure To Kids

As a new dad, when you first have kids you vow to protect them from all the harm there is out there. Unfortunately, in today's world, there are many hidden dangers that can harm your kid's health, one of which is EMF (electromagnetic field) exposure.

EMFs are electromagnetic waves that are emitted by electronic devices such as cell phones, Wi-Fi routers, and other wireless technologies. While these devices have made our lives easier, they have also increased our exposure to harmful EMFs. Kids are especially vulnerable to the effects of EMFs because their little bodies are still developing, and their cells divide more rapidly than grown-ups.

The dangers of EMF exposure to babies and kids are becoming increasingly concerning, and as a Dad, it's essential to understand the potential risks and take steps to minimize your kid's exposure.

  1. Increased Risk of Cancer

The World Health Organization (WHO) has classified EMFs as a possible human carcinogen. Studies have shown that long-term exposure to EMFs can increase the risk of childhood leukemia and brain cancer. While the evidence is still not conclusive, it's better to err on the side of caution and take steps to minimize your kid's exposure to EMFs.

2. Disruptive to Sleep

Sleep is crucial for your kid's growth and development. However, EMF exposure can disrupt your baby's sleep patterns, leading to fatigue, irritability, and other health issues. Studies have shown that children who sleep near electronic devices have poorer sleep quality and take longer to fall asleep. So keep that baby monitor away from their head!

3. Affects Brain Development

Children's brains are still developing, and exposure to EMFs can affect their brain function. Studies have shown that EMF exposure can lead to memory problems, decreased attention span, and other cognitive issues. Also, EMFs can disrupt the blood-brain barrier, which can allow toxins and other harmful substances to enter the brain.

4. Impacts Immune System

Children's immune systems are not fully developed, and exposure to EMFs can weaken their immune system, making them more prone to illnesses. Studies have shown that EMF exposure can increase the risk of allergies, asthma, and other respiratory issues.

5. Behavior Issues

Kids exposed to high levels of EMFs can experience behavioral issues, including hyperactivity, anxiety, and aggression. These behaviors can affect their school performance and social interactions.


How to Minimize EMF Exposure for Your Kid

While it's impossible to completely eliminate your kid's exposure to EMFs, there are steps you can take to minimize their exposure:

  1. Use An EMF Detector

Invest in a high-quality EMF detector and walk around your house to see where the dangers are. You will be surprised at what you find. Often times a simple device like a plugged in screen will have a dangerous EMF emission.

2. Keep Electronic Devices Away from Your Kid's Bed

Make sure that cell phones, tablets, and laptops are not in your kid's bedroom. Turn off Wi-Fi routers at night to minimize their exposure.

3. Use Wired Devices

Use wired devices instead of wireless ones. For example, use a wired internet connection instead of Wi-Fi, and use a wired headset instead of a Bluetooth headset. No wireless headsets or other wearables!

4. Limit Screen Time

Limit your kid's screen time, and encourage them to play! This will not only minimize their exposure to EMFs but also make them healthier both physically and mentally.

5. Choose Low EMF Products

When buying electronic devices, choose products with low EMF emissions. Look for products that are designed to minimize EMF emissions, such as those with low radiation levels.

6. Use EMF Shielding Products

Consider using EMF shielding products such as EMF shielding blankets, curtains, and phone cases to minimize your kid's exposure to EMFs.


As a Dad, it's important to understand the potential dangers of EMF exposure to babies and kids and take steps to minimize their exposure. By following these tips, you will have a leg up in protecting your kid’s health and well-being.