PC. Luis Quiroz Ravines
The cell phone radiation has caused controversy because these devices emit radio waves, considered a form of non-ionizing radiation that can be absorbed by the tissue closest to the issue and finally be harmful.
The first mobile phone in the world, weighing 1.1 kg, measuring 226 x 127 x 44 mm and it took 10 hours to charge and allow 30 minutes of use. It was on April 3, 1973 Martin Cooper, an engineer from the company Motorola, made the first call with a mobile phone.
According to the International Telecommunication Union at 2016 there are 5 billion users worldwide. As time passes, the number of users, number of calls per day and duration of each call tends to grow.
How cell phone radiation affects the body?
Until now there was evidence in favour and against the frequent use of cell phone radiation levels. It is claimed that ionizing radiation, such as X-rays increases the risk of cancer, but there was not conclusive evidence non ionizing radiation, such as those emitted by mobile phones, increase that risk. Ionizing radiation is high energy and therefore high frequency, while the non-ionizing radiation is low frequency and low energy accordingly.
The radio frequency electromagnetic radiation emitting devices like mobile phones, is absorbed by the human body and is measured by "absorption rate" which is reflected in watts per kilogram of body weight.
And after so many doubts, finally it is found that radiation levels from mobile phone originate brain cancer as evidenced by a massive study that lasted several years and was funded with federal funds from the US government. The study is entitled "Report of partial analysis of the National Toxicology Program Carcinogenesis Studies of cell phone radiofrequency radiation in HSD. Sprague Dawley (SD exposures throughout the body) rats"
Scientific American, reports that a large number of rats were subjected to intense electromagnetic radiation exposure and the results showed that at least two types of cancer in brain cells and heart of rats were formed.
Thousands of rats were exposed to intense radiofrequency radiation for nine hours a day and most of the rats developed rare cancers in the heart and brain, which shows a direct relationship: dose-response; many rats had a tumor in the brain called glial and the a type schwannoma tumor. Rats were subjected to the same type of radiation emitted by cell and closely monitored all parameters of the experiment phones. In previous epidemiological studies in humans exposed to cell phone radiation, both tumors were also found. The study also found that rats not exposed to radiation, did not develop any tumor, which proves the onset of cancer to the brain and heart as a result of high levels of radiation.
A practical demonstration of cell phone radiation
A few years ago Dr. Elmer Huerta, Peruvian Oncologist, made a radial demonstration of the existence of waves of cell phone radiation: approached an amplifier device sound to a mobile phone and via radio did listen to listeners particular buzz that emits radio frequency electromagnetic radiation. Dr. Huerta warned parents not to allow the use of cell phones to children, whose brain cells are weaker and easier to go through cellular frequency radio.
Twelve years ago, I coined the phrase "mobilmanía" feeling that in the future, cell phone use would become frequent and compulsive, how has that happened.
Because the above study has been long-term and large-scale and the results are obvious, they could dramatically change our perception about the safety of cell phone use and health consequences. Perhaps the governments find better ways to protect users from proven radiation damage cell phone.
20 years later, effects of cell phone radiation
When started the use of cigarette several researchers warned of its consequences on the health of the lungs and throat, but there was a strong defense of the millions of users. Years later, the conclusion of the science was definitive: "cigar produced cancer"
Over the years, the cigar has killed more people than all wars together, including the first and second world war. More than 100 million people have died from smoke and the figure increases because every 5 seconds one person dies. As the cell phone, highly addictive, especially among young people and potential users in more users than cigar, and having already demonstrated high risk of causing brain cancer and heart, the long-term consequences are unpredictable.
NOTE: Luis Quiroz Ravines is a Peruvian journalist specializing in Natural Health, author of an effective treatment to stop hair loss naturally. Learn more at: hairlossnaturalsolution.com/