Bladder Control Woes? If You Carry Your Cell Phone in Your Pocket or Use Your Laptop in Your Lap, You May Want to Quit That

By B.N. Frank

Having bladder control issues (aka urinary incontinence) is no laughing matter, though one jingle for a bladder control prescription always made me chuckle – nervously that is.  After all, nobody would choose to have this condition.

Incontinence is apparently more common than people think and is now also affecting many young people.  Some celebrities have admitted to having it as well.  It’s also inspired some rather creative solutions.

The fine print in product manuals says not to carry or place these radiation emitting devices directly next to body parts.  That’s because of the pulsing radiation emitted by these devices.  Research has already proven that exposure to all sources of cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation can make the blood-brain barrier leak, so why not the bladder?

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulates technology even though they are not a health agency.

Activist Post and many other publications have reported about research confirming that many health issues are caused or worsened by exposure to cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation.  Cell phone companies are warning shareholders that they may eventually be held liable for illnesses and injuries from exposure to their products.  Insurance companies aren’t interested in doing business with telecom companies anymore.

Incontinence isn’t the end of the world and fortunately there are more options than ever to help sufferers.  But they certainly aren’t cheap.  They’ll also probably never be as comfortable or inspiring as regular underwear,

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