Sunday, March 27, 2011

Do you use a mobile phone?

Studies over the last 15 years have hinted at a connection between EMFs and health problems. EMFs have been implicated in behavioral changes, birth defects, memory loss, and Alzheimer's disease. In 1976, two doctors at the Veteran's Administration Hospital in Syracuse, N.Y. showed that the offspring of mice exposed to extremely low-frequency EMFs from power lines were born stunted. Chronic exposure to high levels of EMR, especially while asleep, is a constant drain on our vitality. It creates chronic stress, which interferes with the regeneration and healing that normally takes place during a good night’s sleep. You may compare it to always swimming against a strong current and this may well make the difference between recovering from a serious disease and succumbing to it. read the article Approaching Epidemic: Brain Damage from Mobile Phone Radiation Dr. Mercola - "Using your cell phone has more life-threatening consequences than the hazard of diverting your attention from the road. The health risks of EMR (electromagnetic radiation) from cell phones are a frightening reality. Over the last ten years many, scientific reports have been published addressing the health risks from electromagnetic frequencies (EMFs) far below what is required for cellular phones to communicate. Recent clinical and laboratory studies have shown that the EMFs emitted from your cell phone can cause dangerous health conditions including : * Headache * Sleep disruption * Brain tumors * Alzheimer's Disease * Parkinson's Disease * Altered memory function, concentration and spatial awareness * Other forms of cancer ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I am wondering if wearing your phone on your hip could cause problems with your hip bones? I feel sure it is not a good practice. I personally carry my phone in my purse which is rarely close to my body. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ What do you thin? Can cell phones cause neurological damage?

1 comment:

Yolanda said...

I have one for emergencies only. $10 a month - 100 minutes a month. It is scary!