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Prevention of Radiation Sickness:
· Avoid unnecessary exposure to radiation.
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· Persons working in radiation hazard areas should wear badges to measure their exposure levels.
· Protective shields should always be placed over the parts of the body not being treated or studied during x-ray imaging tests or radiation therapy.






Body Cleansing (Radiation Sickness)
Body cleansing is extremely important part of every prevention and curing program. Body Cleansing is even important for children. Our internal organs can hold a lot toxins, and sometimes, it is impossible to get those toxins out, without doing cleansing. Our liver can contain hundreds of intrahepatic stones. Those stones will block bile flow, and affect the bases of your health, your digestion. Another problem is parasites. You must learn as much as possible about parasites. And, don't forget also dental toxins.
The body cleansing should go in this order:
  1. Bowel cleanse with parasite cleanse
  2. Dental cleanup (if you can afford it)
  3. Kidney Cleanse and
  4. Liver cleanse.

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(For further details, click here: http://drbenkim.com/full-body-cleanse.htm)



Radiation Poisoning Protection
As such, there is no cure or treatment for radiation poisoning and the only way to avoid the harmful effects of radiation poisoning is by following the radiation poisoning prevention techniques, that have been mentioned below.




Decrease the Time Gap
The longer a human is exposed to the radiation, the more harm it will cause to his health and body and is therefore, a major concern for the medical experts. So, it is advisable to decrease the time gap of exposure to the radiation. Long exposures to x-rays increases the risk of cancer in the X-ray technicians and hence reducing the time gap is an important radiation poisoning prevention tip.

Lessen the Distance
Another crucial radiation poisoning prevention step is to increase the distance between radiation source and the affected thing. Gamma rays are potentially harming when it comes to the distance, as they can travel larger distances. Alpha rays and beta rays have lesser energy and so they are unable to travel longer distances. It is mandatory that if a person is contaminated at a working site, then he should be immediately moved from the place. Generally, as a thumb rule, if we double the distance, the exposure to radiation is reduced by a factor of 4 and similarly halving the distance would increase the exposure by a factor of four. Read some more facts of radiation.

Shielding the Exposure
The better the shielding around the source of radiation, lesser will be the exposure to the radiation. The quality of the shielding material is decided by its ability to prevent the radiations from reaching us. Alpha particles have the weakest energy to penetrate an obstruction and so light materials like paper and clothing canalso prevent it. Beta particles have higher penetrative power and so a heavy clothing is required. The gamma rays, however, are possessed with immense energy and a lead shielding is essential to stop them.


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(To shield exposure from the source of radiation,
wearing heavy clothing and using different devices that
measure the radiation exposure level are required
to help prevent radiation sickness.)


(How does the radiation badge work? Find out here: http://www.ionactive.co.uk/glossary/Film_Badge.html)
















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Pandey, Kundan. "Radiation Poisoning Prevention." Buzzle Web Portal: Intelligent Life on the Web//. Web. <http://www.buzzle.com/articles/radiation-poisoning-prevention.html>.

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