The telecom industry is rolling out 5G technology that some claim may have unintended consequences. Scientific studies, both recently and over many years, have identified harmful effects on health when testing wireless products under realistic conditions. Some people are very concerned that the increase in radiation exposure by 5G leads to damage that cannot be reversed. But are these studies something to worry about?
No, 5G is not dangerous to human health
There is no strong scientific evidence which clearly shows that 5G technology is harmful for humans. The frequency of 5G waves is safe for human exposure. And, on the contrary, 5G technology offers individuals and society many significant benefits and solutions.
The frequency of 5G waves is not high enough to cause harm
5G radio signals are composed of waves of two different frequencies. One of which are sub-6 GHz, which make up 4G networks and are very common. The second are the higher frequency ‘millimeter waves’. Although these waves are controversial due to their higher frequency, they are still completely harmless to humans.
5G technology can allow for more efficient programs and applications to be put into place in the healthcare and law enforcement fields. These advancements could create a safer and healthier general public.
5G technology is a new global wireless network that would provide a more reliable and uniform experience for users, but at a dangerous cost. This advancement would expose humans to harmful levels of radiation.
The negative effects of radiofrequency electromagnetic fields have already been proven
Multiple studies have concluded that the higher frequency RF-EMF waves that are associated with 5G have the ability to cause cancer and other illnesses in humans.