5 Harmful Effects Of Mobile Phones On Your Brain
While cell phones and smart phones make our life so much more easier, there is no denying that the machine does bring some harm, and not only good. Read on to find out the top five negative effects from your cell phone to your brain!
Heavy cellphone use can cause brain damage
- Cell phone radiation has been classified as a "possible human carcinogen"
- Brain tissue damage could be caused by radiation from mobile phones
- Bone marrow of child's head absorbs 10 times more radiation than adult's
1. Cell phone radiation has been classified as a "possible human carcinogen" by the World Health Organization. Yes, this is true! It poses an increased risk of brain cancer from heavy, long-term use.
2. A two-year study conducted by the Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority in Finland found that brain tissue damage could be caused by radiation from mobile phones.
3. Your cell phone usage could very well give you a tumor! An Italian court recently ruled that a man's heavy mobile phone use caused him to develop a benign brain tumor. He testified that his job required him to use his cell phone for 3-4 hours every day, for 15 years.
4. While your child may constantly beg you for your cell phone to play the latest version of Candy Crush Saga, you might want to tell him no once in a while. Research shows that the bone marrow of a child's head absorbs almost ten times more radiation than an adult's. Yes, you read that right!
5. Our cell phones are powerful enough to accelerate our brain activity, even after just 50 minutes of use. This just goes to show how sensitive our brain is to electromagnetic radiation, and how this could greatly affect us in the long-term.
Well, hopefully, this list was enough to prompt you to keep your cell phone down for a bit, and maybe look to the person sitting next to you for some entertainment-at least that won't cause you brain damage any time soon!
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