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New Mobile App Protects Users from Low-Grade Electromagnetic Radiation; N8 App Now Available for 99 Cents
Date:9/4/2013

Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) September 04, 2013

The new and only app to protect mobile phone users from harmful low-grade electromagnetic radiation is now available for Android-based devices. While other apps can only inform or warn you of low-grade radiation levels and exposure times, N8’s app protects the body from low-grade electromagnetic radiation at the cellular level. Using patent-pending technology, the N8 app deflects the low-grade radiation emitted when installed on mobile devices.

“We live in a world where we are constantly wired, connected and switched-on – on the phone, on the computer and even in the car,” said Christopher Sterling, the app’s creator. “While not as harmful as heavy doses of ionizing radiation, science tells us low-grade radiation isn’t completely harmless as the medical field keeps finding out.”

Debate still exists over the depth of danger involving low-grade radiation. Science and health generally presumes radiation exposure at any level carries a health risk, particularly as a cancer-causing phenomenon. Every cell phone’s manual warns of the risk. The risk is heightened when the device is closest to the body. Even a five-minute cellular phone call has been shown to impact users at a cellular level and a 15-minute phone call to break DNA cell strands.

For now, while the science surrounding the effects of low-grade radiation related to mobile devices is still being researched, some doctors urge particular caution with children. The N8 app offers protective benefits for all of its users.

Radiation-emitting products are omnipresent. Smartphones, computer screens, televisions, wireless networks and more produce low-grade radiation. Blocking the potentially dangerous waves can help maintain healthy bodies at the cellular level, leading to overall improved health outcomes. Eventually, the goal is use the technology to create similar safe zones around other radiation-emitting products.

“While we know that the world is no sooner going back to the horse and buggy than it is to tin cans connected by string, we want to do everything that we can to help offset some of the negative effects of the electro-magnetic smog that is around us everyday,” Sterling said. “We want to help return people to their natural, undisturbed and innate state of being – their N8 state.”

Consumers can download the N8 State app available for 99 cents through Nov. 30th,2013.

Contact:
Christopher Sterling
(405)550-0222
media(at)n8state(dot)com

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