Can Exposure to EMF Be Minimised? — GoGetSG
Can Exposure to EMF Be Minimised?

Can Exposure to EMF Be Minimised?

In the current modern world, parting with our devices might not be an option. However, these devices we use daily may actually pose some invisible health risks, such as headache, nausea, and fatigue. These are just some of the negative effects that come with over exposure to EMF.

EMF radiation can also reduce your dopamine levels and drain your energy and concentration. When you are not exposed to EMF, your blood flows normally and you will feel more focused most of the time. So how can we reduce that exposure? Simple solutions like putting away your phone or spending some time outdoors might come to mind. 

Yet, even by stating these suggestions, we know we can't fully detach ourselves from our devices. But what if we tell you there is another way to block EMF radiation from its source?

The Ninano CO:ZAM blanket can do just that. Place the Ninano CO:ZAM blanket on your lap before you work, and be protected from the EMF radiation emitted by your laptop. 

The blanket material uses nanotechnology to absorb 99.99% of EMF radiation. The important thing is, the EMF radiation is not reflected back to your surroundings. This shielding technology has been patented in Korea. Ninano itself is also supported by the Defence Agency of Technology and Quality in Korea, also known as DTaQ.

Apart from having patents for its technology, this blanket has also received certificates of approvals. Ninano has been given ISO 9001:2015 for its product quality assurance and ISO 14001:2015 for its environmental management systems. And as for the material, the blanket uses organic cotton and harmless silver fibre, which makes it easy to wash.

After all, the earlier you know about the need to fight against EMF, the sooner you’ll be able to protect your long-term health.

If you want to know more about the product or make a purchase, simply visit our product detail page. For more updates about our current innovation and products, simply follow our FacebookTwitter, or Instagram account @GoGetSG.

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