Cell phones can be dangerous to your health, as well as lethal. Dr. Devra Davis explains that the impact of a cell phone is not related to the power of the cell phone but rather the erratic nature of the signal.
It also has the ability to effect DNA repair as well as disrupt resonance. There is also evidence that these cell phones can cause cancer.
One lady had no risk factors when it came to cancer. However she had a very bad habit of tucking her cell phone into her bra. Two cancer researchers looked into this case and said that the pattern of the cancer was in the exact shape as the woman’s cell phone. Doctors can not be 100% sure that this is the reason that cancer formed, however, it should serve as a warning for ladies that do use their bra as a cell phone holder.
However, this advice rings true of wherever you store your cell phone, such as your pants pocket. It is a good idea to refrain from storing the cell phone anywhere on your body. Do note that wearing a cell phone on certain places of your body are more vulnerable than other body parts.
Many are astonished to know that wearing a cell phone on their hip can weaken the pelvis. Research has concluded that those that wear cell phones in this area will have a lower bone mineral density.
When the cell phone is turned on, it will emit radiation intermittently, which will continuously give the body a supply of radiation. It should also be noted that continued exposure like this can lower a male’s sperm count. When the phone is carried in this general area, not only the reproductive organs are effected, but so are the kidneys, liver, bladder and colon.
Something else that one should be concerned with is that woman that are pregnant. It is advised if a woman is expecting they use a cell phone rarely. This is because of all the health effects that it has on the child.
Mothers that use cell phones have a 54% more likely chance for their children to have behavioral issues. These children were 80% more likely to have behavioral difficulties, and 25% more likely to have emotional issues. They were also 49% more likely to suffer from conduct issues, and 35% more likely to be hyperactive.