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5 Reasons Why You should Never Place A Laptop On Your Lap

Laptops are one of the most productivity tools today. They are portable, convenient and powerful. However, contrary to its name a laptop should not be placed on your lap, unless you want to expose yourself to harmful electromagnetic frequency radiation. Laptops emit different electromagnetic frequencies in many different frequencies, and these electromagnetic frequencies can be very harmful to your health. Here are five reasons why you should not place your laptop on your lap.

1. It can harm your reproductive organs

A laptop may seem perfectly innocuous, but it receives wireless internet signals and radiates electromagnetic frequencies. It's proximity to reproductive system can pose risks on a male user's sperm count and female's egg release. Holding a laptop on the legs, nears the male's reproductive organs damages the sperm cells.

2. It can lead to certain types of cancer

A hot laptop can lead to skin damage on your lap and that might even develop into skin cancer. According to dermatologist J Mancini Prolonged skin inflammation can potentially increase the chances of squamous cell skin cancer, which is more aggressive than the more common form of skin cancer. When you hold a laptop close to your reproductive organs you can probably because testicular and ovarian cancers.

3. It can cause back and neck pains

Hunching over that laptop on your lap can cause pain in the neck and back. Place the laptop on a table and use it from there to avoid neck and back pains.

4. It can lead to pregnancy issues

Prolonged laptop use can affect women's fertility and ability to reproduce. It can delay egg production and and can make it extra difficult for them to conceive.

5. It can cause Sleeping problems

There might have been times when you have propped your laptop on your lap when relaxing and typing away in bed. The light from the screen, can suppress the release of melatonin, which helps you sleep.

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