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Originally posted by FORMe2p00p0n
I have felt something strange mentally within the last 9 months or so. It is very slight, but it is effecting my life productivity non the less. I probably feel it less then others cause i don't eat fast food, drink tap water, or watch cable television (just to name a few).
But physically I feel somethings trying to interfere with me mentally. I can only discribe it as a type of ache. Areas that are effected start from top-front-center of scalp, to temple region, back behind ears, to base of skull, ending at back of neck where shoulders meet.
Granted, I'm sure stress can cause all that I've described, but like I said, it feels like something is trying to change/alter me mentally..... for better.... or worse.
The human body is an electrochemical instrument controlled by
oscillatory electrical processes of various kinds; some endogenous
biological electrical activities can be interfered via oscillatory aspects
of the incoming radiation. Human in vivo studies indicated
that the awaked EEC exposed to RE fields from a cell phone exerts
a delayed increase in spectral power density, particularly in the alpha
band (Reiser, Dimpfel, & Schober, 1995).
Exposure to mobile
phone radiation decreases the preparatory slow potentials in certain
regions of the brain (Freude, Ullsperger, Eggert, & Ruppe, 1998)
and affects memory tasks modulating the responses of EEG activity
approximately 8 Hz specifically during cognitive process (Krause et
al., 2000). There is a lot of evidence indicating nonthermal influences
of RE fields in vivo, such as epileptiform activity in rats in
conjunction with certain drugs (Sidorenko & Tsaryk, 1999), depression
of chicken immune systems (Youbicier-Simo & Bastide, 1999),
increase in chick embryo mortality(Youbicier-Simo & Bastide, 1999),
increased permeability of blood-brain barrier in rats (Persson, Salford,
Brun et al., 1997), and synergistic effect with certain psychoactive
drugs (Lai, Horita, Chou, & Guy, 1987).
These RF influences may
induce many clinical signs and symptoms, such as headache, epileptic
seizure, and sleep disturbance. The current scientific literature
suggests that nonthermal RF field effects originating from cellular
phones may have potential adverse health reactions, and this possibility
should not be ignored even if only a small minority of people
are at risk (because of inconsistent results).
Concerning the human brain, the above mentioned studies suggest
that electromagnetic fields emitted by cellular phones may affect
the human EEG. The current scientific literature is, however, full of
inconsistencies. The aim of the present work was to reinvestigate
the effects of the pulsed high frequency EMFs on human EEG in
children and adults.