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feeling lathargic and without energy after 5g connection

So i turned on 5G connection to my Telstra TV during a thunderstorm,

after about a week i feel lathargic and without energy..

 

is this to be expected because im a very heavy smoker?

 

what is sugested in this situation?

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Level 24: Supreme Being
Level 24: Supreme Being

Re: feeling lathargic and without energy after 5g connection

The Telstra TV doesn’t have mobile connection so isn’t able to connect to the 5G mobile network at all. 

Unless you mean you connected it to the 5Ghz connection broadcast by your home wifi router? If so then the device would have been broadcasting the bandwidth already. It is the exact same spectrum area as that produced by using a microwave just at a weaker level. 

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Level 24: Supreme Being
Level 24: Supreme Being

Re: feeling lathargic and without energy after 5g connection

Given that it started at the time of the thunderstorm as well it could be related to environmental factors or just be completely coincidence. Mobile and Wifi radiation is highly tested and regulated and Australia has guidelines on safe levels which manufacturers have to meet. 

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Previously worked with a Telstra Partner however I am not a Telstra Employee, just a fellow customer helping when I can.

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Re: feeling lathargic and without energy after 5g connection

Hi 5gTestRats,

 

Just so that you are aware, at Telstra we take our responsibilities regarding the health and safety of our customers and the community very seriously. We also acknowledge that some people are genuinely concerned about the possible health effects from electromagnetic energy (EME) and we are committed to addressing those concerns responsibly.

5G wireless networks are designed to be very efficient and minimise EME. This means that both the network and device power will be low, which means low levels of EMF on 5G.
Telstra has conducted extensive EME testing on the 5G trial networks and the test results show EME levels are similar to the existing 3G and 4G mobile technologies and well below the EME safety limits. 

Over 50 years of scientific research has already been conducted into the possible health effects of the radio signals used for mobile phones, base stations and other wireless services, including the frequency bands now being redeployed for 5G.

More information is available 
https://tel.st/4nycg and https://tel.st/bu2aq

 

- Matty

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