Whether you suffer from Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity (EHS), or you’re just concerned about the impact of EMF radiation exposure on your health, EMF protection clothing can be a powerful ally against EMF radiation. They help shield your most vital organs against radiation exposure, reducing the risk to your health.
In this guide, we’re specifically going to focus on protective hats. This item, in particular, is important because of the potential for EMF radiation to cause glioma, a rare and deadly form of brain cancer. For more on other types of protective clothing, see our complete guide.
5 best EMF protection hats
There are several protective hats on the market, and the right one for you will largely depend on your budget and style-of-choice. Here, we’re going to take a look at five of the most popular.
Radia Smart’s EMF Protection Hat/Hood is a unique option. This hat/hood combo turns any shirt into a hoodie. One huge perk of the hooded style is that it protects both your head and neck from RF-EMF radiation. Those with thyroid problems may benefit from the added neck protection.
Radia Smart claims the hood was tested by an accredited lab, and found to be 99.9% effective at 50dB. The hood is made from a cotton and polyester blend, with an interior lining that consists of polyester and silver. The manufacturer does note, also, that the hood does not protect against ionizing radiation such as x-rays.
The EMF Protection Hat from Leblock is a unisex baseball cap, available in beige. Leblock’s cap is made from protective fabric sewn into the interior of the hat. The outer and inner layers are 100% cotton, while the inner layer consists of a double silver plated nylon fabric. It is fully adjustable using a strap on the back, just like a traditional baseball hat.
Leblock’s EMF protection hat offers 99.999% shielding at 1GHz. That makes it primarily ideal for shielding against RF-EMF radiation. That being said, the manufacturer does state that this product is not designed for cell phone protection, but rather intended to shield against 3G, 4G, and 5G signals.
If you’ve got little ones to protect, you may want to consider the Baby Beanie from Shield Your Body (SYB). SYB is a trusted name in EMF protection, so you can rest easy knowing you’re purchasing a high-quality product. The baby beanie is made from 34% silver, 45% cotton, and 20% nylon, making it both protective and soft. And it’s machine washable — an important consideration for any babywear. SYB’s baby beanie offers 99% protection from EMF radiation in four different sizes, suitable for infants from 0 to 24 months. The beanie is hypoallergenic, lightweight, and non-toxic, as well as highly breathable.
For a warmer option, consider LVFEIER’s High Elastic Wool Beanie. And while it sounds innocuous enough, this isn’t your average wool cap. LVFEIER’s beanie has a 98% wool exterior, and a silver-nylon blend interior. This silver-blend results in a cap that offers 99% protection from EMF radiation, including 4G and 5G cell signals. It is also effective against lower frequency electric fields.
Like other wool hats, this beanie is hand wash only, and it must be laid flat to dry in order to avoid deformation. Still, with proper care, this is an excellent winter cap for anyone concerned about EMF radiation while they’re on the go.
Stylish and silver-lined, the EMF Proof Beanie from Lambs features some unique technology that makes it worth considering. The material of the hat was constructed based on the principle that EMF radiation cannot pass through a hole that is smaller than its wavelength. With that in mind, Lambs created its Wavestopper technology, designed with tiny holes that prevent certain wavelengths from passing through. Lambs claims this blocks 99% of microwave radiation, including Bluetooth, WiFi, and cellular radiation.
The company also offers free returns and full refunds if you aren’t fully satisfied. Best yet, the hat is certified by MET Labs in the USA — the same lab that certifies NASA’s spacesuits.
Testing your hat
Once you’ve decided on a hat, you may want to test the manufacturer’s claims of effectiveness. This can be done using an EMF meter. For help deciding on which one is right for you, head over to The Best EMF Meters For Any Budget.
EMF meter in hand, you can test your hat using a source of EMF radiation such as your cell phone or WiFi router. Place the EMF source outside of the hat and the EMF meter on the interior side. Measure the amount of EMF radiation present. Now, remove the EMF source and repeat the reading in order to get a baseline for comparison. Your hat should reduce the amount of EMF radiation observed by the meter.
EMF protection hats are useful for anyone with EHS, or who simply wants to reduce their EMF exposure in daily life. Fortunately, they are available in a variety of styles and sizes, meaning there is truly a hat for everyone.