Phones and Wi-Fi, according to scientists, can induce Alzheimer disease

Phones and Wi-Fi, according to scientists, can induce Alzheimer disease

Per a recent study, our cell phones and excessive exposure to Wi-Fi radiation may have a role in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease.

According to a news release regarding the findings, the majority of experts think that Alzheimer’s disease is caused by an abnormal accumulation of calcium in the brain. According to the study, electromagnetic fields (EMF) may contribute to the calcium accumulation. Energy of this spell is released by gadgets such as cell phones.

“Electromagnetic fields act through time-varying electrical spikes and magnetic forces on a nanosecond scale. Any one of these can produce anyone’s worst nightmare: extremely early-onset Alzheimer’s disease,” said study author Martin Pall of Washington State University. In addition, he states that young people who are exposed to “radiation from cell phones or Wi-Fi” for many hours a day are at risk of developing “digital dementia.”

Electromagnetic fields have been connected to health concerns in the past. While the National Cancer Institute states that a relationship between EMFs and cancer is improbable and that typical levels of EMFs have no effect on people, Healthline reports that other, more prevalent ailments have been linked to EMFs, such as irritation, headaches, and sleeplessness.

The link between Alzheimer’s disease and cell phones is still being studied, albeit not as thoroughly as it should be, as it is now a secondary issue, perhaps even sinister, that it is not studied more thoroughly, given the widespread use of mobile devices, which should be sufficient to warrant further investigation.

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