Does a Tech-Free Vacation Sounds Like Paradise? 6 Resorts Worth Considering

By B.N. Frank

Do you need a break from tech?  Are you tired of everybody and their grandmas being glued to screens?  Are you sick of or sick from 24/7 exposure to sources of biologically harmful cell phone and WiFi radiation that disrupt your blood-brain barrier, increase your cancer risk, cause a multitude of other undesirable symptoms and conditions (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6) and could eventually disable you, your children, and even your pets?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then a tech-free vacation may be just what you need.

Thanks to Vogue magazine for providing details about these 6 tech-free resorts:

Are you glancing at your phone’s push notifications every five to 10 minutes (if not more frequently), on the lookout for an email you need to instantly respond to even hours after you’ve left the office? Maybe you’re staring at a computer 12 hours a day. Or perhaps you’re constantly scrolling through Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. You, my friend, are in need of a digital detox. Whether you’re looking for a far-flung, remote destination in a tech-dead zone or something a little more local, here are six places where you can (and, in fact, must) ditch your smartphone, tablet, and laptop to completely turn off. Sure, you may be panic-stricken at first, but embrace the philosophy and that feeling will quickly dissipate, giving you exactly what the doctor ordered.

Activist Post reports regularly about unsafe technology.  For more information, visit our archives.

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