WiFi Emergency Services Phones Music in your car can cause you Worrisome Health Safety Issues – WiFi & Health Series #9

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Worrisome Health & Safety Issues in your car from WiFi Emergency Services & Phones & Music !

Do you have an Emergency Button or Handsfree phone service in your car?

Do you get tired when you are driving? It may not just be the long hours on the road or the hypnotizing effect of driving, it may be that you have a WiFi hotspot in your car.

The Latest and Greatest? Car Technologies

If you have purchased a car anytime in the last few years, it probably comes with some version of emergency assistance if you push an emergency button. Take a look and see if it’s in your car (it’s using on the mirror or dash).  If so you have a smart car. It’s also a smart car if you can answer your phone or connect to music using hands-free Bluetooth technology. What this means is that you have you have a WiFi hotspot in your car.  Wonderful, or is it?

Woman Gets Sick Driving after 3000-mile road trip

Recently the EMF Safety Network posted a story about a woman who took at 3000-mile road trip. By the time she got home, she was exhausted and quite ill. Her alternative medicine doctor suggested it might have been caused by the wifi-hotspot in her car. The one she didn’t even know she had! It came with the car as a safety feature. It was called Starlink.  All new Subaru’s come with this feature. But let’s not pick on Subaru – all the new cars have similar technology.

Do you have navigation in your vehicle? Or hands-free phone connectivity?

If you are using the navigation system that comes with new cars, or the hands-free phone option, this also means you have WiFi on all the time you’re in your vehicle.

Recently, I purchased a new car and was pleased to find that I could simply carry my phone with me and wirelessly listen to my Spotify music. Very cool.  And if I received a call, I could press a button on my steering wheel to accept the incoming call. Awesome. The convenience is wonderful. But is there a dark side to all this convenience?

The Dark Side of Emergency Services, Handsfree Phones or Music in Vehicle

The only way your car can provide all these fantastic services is to become a little cell tower, also known as a WiFi Hotspot. Driving around in your car means you are bathing in WiFi and therefore, you are being showered with EMF! And it’s very concentrated since you are now in a traveling sending and receiving vehicle.

We have been getting reports 6 or 7 years from people with Smart cars of people who are especially tired or ill when driving, especially if they spend significant time in the car, and have been able to help them.

P.S. Even if you are not using this service, there’s a good chance it’s still connected and pulsing energy (check with your dealer to see?) (I know on my car I don’t have the emergency service or an alarm system, however, there is still a light constantly blinking on the dash. I wonder if alarm systems are also an issue?

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How to be EMF Smart with your new Smart Car?

You can easily protect yourself from the EMF. Simply hang an Auto BioShield (aka Room Shield) in your car. We’d also suggest you spray your dashboard with the Aegis AntiRadiation Spray. It’s colorless, odorless and places an invisible coating of jagged particles which serve to break up the EMF from your dashboard. The Auto Shield will break up the EMF waves from the WiFi Hot Spot.

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