Have been thinking more about the pressure I get around my auricle (temple area including above and around eyes) when I am exposed to enough RF.
The RF's easiest path in is through the eyes (and even attracted to eyes with high water content) and ears, nose (virtually any opening without bone to block some of the strength).
After exposure I had at airports, planes, I have a sore, bruised feeling all around my eyes and temple. It's tender to the touch for extended periods of time to heal I suppose.
I think if I could block the RF in the car, plane, waiting rooms, etc... from getting in my eyes at least, it would help alleviate/slow additional eye damage and the pressures/pain in and around my head/eye area.
Has anyone had any experience or luck with anti-radiation eyeglasses such as these:
If they help me avoid the pain/pressure around my eyes and head pains when I am sitting at an appointment or in places with heavy wifi I will let you all know. I hope they help with that RF entering through the eyes... My poor eyes need protection from further damage anyway.
I have to say a bit heavy on the bridge of my nose, but I used them yesterday for the first time while waiting at the dentist for my amalgam removal consult. Their office had some pretty high RF more than I would have been able to stand for so long.. and I DID NOT have pain around my eyes, auricle area and NO palpitations. I was there for over 2 hours and in the car driving for 4 hours total roundtrip.
The frames are plastic. They have side panel radiation coverage as well (about half of the glass lenses). Front lenses are standard with .75 mm Pb Lead Equivalency, Side Shields .35 mm Pb Lead equivalence.
Bonus - For driving I was able to put my sunglasses right over them. I believe they helped me.