Exposure and safety

The recommendations on biological risks related to electromagnetic fields are based on the precautionary principle guidelines of the Bioinitiative Report (2012) as well as those of Bau-biology concerning sleeping areas (SBM-2015) pdf.

Magnetic fields < 1 mG
Electric fields < 5 V/m
Body voltage < 100 mV
Radio frequencies < 10 uW/m2

Symptoms and severity levels may vary from person to person, as each person reacts differently to different EMF intensities and frequencies. Children and people with weakened immune systems are more vulnerable. Caution should be exercised in the places where you spend the most time, with particular attention paid to the places where you sleep. Chronic exposure must be avoided.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) based its exposure recommendations on outdated reports published by the National Radiation Protection Council (NCRP), using tissue heating, not biological effects, as a guideline.
The guidelines of the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) are not adequate to protect public health and safety.
And the World Health Organization based its recommendations on these reports.
Compare the huge difference between these standards.

Magnetic fields < 1000 mG
Electric fields < 5000V/m
Radio frequencies (2.45 GHz) 10,000,000,000 uW/m2