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Cell Phones Cause Excitability of the Brain Cells September 19, 2006

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“Cell phones appear to have a measurable physical impact on parts of your brain, new Italian research contends.”

Such an impact could possibly help if you suffer from migraines or other neurological disorders, the authors of a study published in the August issue of Annals of Neurology suggest.”

“And it could hurt if you have epilepsy or a brain disease.”

“Either way, the researchers and other experts caution, much more research needs to be done before any definitive conclusions can be drawn.”

“The researchers from Fatebenefratelli Hospital in Isola Tiberina, found that the electromagnetic field (EMF) emitted by cell phones can cause some cells in the brain’s cortex adjacent to the side of phone use to become excited, while others become inhibited.”

“They suggest that this could have beneficial effects for people with migraines, stroke or dementia, and possibly detrimental effects for those with epilepsy, the study authors suggested.”

“It should be argued that long-lasting and repeated exposure to EMFs linked with intense use of cellular phones in daily life might be harmful or beneficial in brain-diseased subjects. Further studies are needed to better circumstantiate these conditions and to provide safe rules for the use of this increasingly more widespread device,” the authors wrote.

“E. Roy John, director of New York University Medical Center’s Brain Research Laboratories, said, “Using a cell phone is not innocuous. It has an effect on your brain. Whether that’s good or bad, we don’t yet know, but it’s definitely having an effect.”….…for now, all that’s known for sure is that the EMF emitted by a cell phone can cause increased excitability in certain brain cells.

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/news/fullstory_35328.html

While a certain frequency could possibly, accidentally, have a positive effect on someone with a particular malfunction, wouldn’t it be much better to apply such a treatment in a manner that is understood, known and given in the proper amount? We may not know enough about which frequencies help or hinder which processes; or if we do, the information is not being shared with the cell phone companies. It seems that companies are using any frequency that has been available for purchase, without really knowing the effects of that frequency on different kinds of people in different kinds of circumstances, such as distance, size of the skull, etc. This is not good medicine. Personally, I’d rather go to a neurologist than a cell phone company for “brain” treatment.

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