The pain relieving expert explains:
Ireland. A country where almost everyone has a mobile phone. And uses it permanently. Sitting, driving, walking…Let’s talk about it. Shall we?
Researchers at the “Yale School of Medicine” placed a mobile phone over a cage of pregnant mice. The phone transmitted a continuous active call throughout the 17 days of pregnancy.
Result: When the offspring were later tested, they showed signs of ADHD, including reduced transmission in the brain’s prefrontal cortex.
Further: Mice exposed to mobile phone radiation during pregnancy had impaired memory, were hyperactive and had less anxiety, suggesting that in utero exposure to radiofrequency is a potential cause of neurobehavioural disorders. It is known that children are even more susceptible to damage from mobile phone use than adults due to their thinner skull structure, softer brain tissue and far more rapidly dividing cells. Who could be more vulnerable, being even less developed? Babies in the womb, perhaps?
Has anyone else noticed this? The children who are young today behave differently than the generation before? In a way, they do, don’t they? Why do mothers, as a rule, stop smoking and drinking alcohol when pregnant? The brain (of the baby) is then particularly susceptible to numerous environmental influences.
So no tobacco, no alcohol and little stress. That makes sense. But 18h – 24h (mobile phone next to the bed) a day the extra dose of not naturally occurring frequencies. Does that make sense?
Four groups of pregnant rats were exposed to different intensities of microwave radiation from mobile phones.One group with no exposure. Three groups exposed three times a day for either 10, 30 or 60 minutes.
Result after 3 weeks: All irradiated groups showed significant neurological differences. After only 3 weeks.
Note from the researchers: “Through this study, we concluded that exposure to microwave radiation from mobile phones for a period of time during pregnancy causes some damage to the rat brain.”
In 2008, researchers analysed data from nearly 13,000 children and found that exposure to mobile phones in the womb and also as a child was associated with more behavioural difficulties.It was enough for pregnant women to use their mobile phones just two to three times a day to increase the risk of their babies developing hyperactivity and difficulties with behaviour, emotions and relationships into school age – and the risk became even greater if the children also used the phones themselves before the age of 7.
Hyperactivity and difficulties with behaviour, emotions and relationships into school age – who does this sound familiar to?
And there is much more… that I could say about this. I can gladly go into what I do myself to limit these things as much as possible for myself in another article. It is up to you. You are welcome to ask me about it.
Have I been able to give you a few new things to take away?
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See you next time.