Bluetooth earbuds are a relatively new edition to the world of technology and as such, there is not very much known about the potential risk they pose. Ever since the first computer was invented in 1946, scientific institutes have conducted countless investigations to decide whether the developing technological world poses any threat on our health. Many studies have been written on how bad cellphones are on your health, and with recent technological advances like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, people are unsure just how much of a risk using these devices poses to their health, so here at Earbuds Addict we have compiled all of our information into one article.
Before we start it is important you have a brief idea about how these devices work and what risk other technologies pose. Cell phones are one of the most used devices on earth, yet the vast majority know nothing about them.
Why are cellphones considered bad for your health?
The controversy regarding Cellphones comes as they are constantly emitting radiofrequency energy which, in some cases, can pose a serious risk to biological health. The vast majority of studies carried out into the effect of this RF energy have shown that the radiofrequency energy is only dangerous when in high concentration, which is a very rare occurrence. So, on the whole, there is very little to worry about when using your phone and the majority of the people who believe that they do hinder your health have only listened to a very select group of studies.
So how do Bluetooth earbuds actually work?
Unlike conventional headphones, Bluetooth earbuds eradicate the need for cables and with recent updates to the Bluetooth technology, it is faster than ever. Your device will contain a small computer chip that, when in range with another, has the ability to share files and media across the radio waves. Bluetooth devices take advantage of low-power radio signals that are used to transmit sound. They have the capability of connecting up to eight devices which creates endless possibilities of how this technology can be used.