Yes, and they’re certainly safer than cell phones alone.
Whether you’re worried about health risks from radiation or distracted driving, Bluetooth headsets serve to reduce those risks.
Although that should not prevent you from exercising common sense when on the road.
Is Bluetooth harmful?
A cellphone-in-use is dangerous. The study on Bluetooth radiation has so far, given varying results. But if you apply logic, Bluetooth cannot be much harmful as it works in a small area, doesn’t require powerful radio antennas, and thus reduce the radiation.
Does Bluetooth give you cancer?
Only ionizing radiations can break your DNA bonds of molecules to cause cancer. Bluetooth in headphones emits non-ionizing radiation which cannot break DNA bonds of molecules. So it does not lead to tumor cells growth that causes cancer.
Does Bluetooth damage your brain?
Researchers have found that high exposure to RF radiations can cause brain tumor and problems like headache, fatigue & difficulty in concentration. Bringing cell phones close to head causes more exposure to RF radiation. Thus, it is advisable to use earphones and Bluetooth headsets as they emit fewer radiations.
Is Bluetooth technology safe?
However, the amount of radiation exposure that these agencies consider safe is FAR off from what science says is actually safe for the human body. Bluetooth radiation from various devices like headsets and cell phones is a type of microwave radiation.