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Source: BBC news
The evidence on mobile phone safety has been contradictory
Using a mobile phone before going to bed could stop you
getting a decent night’s sleep, research suggests.
The study, funded by mobile phone companies, suggests
radiation from the handset can cause insomnia, headaches and
It may also cut our amount of deep sleep - interfering with
the body’s ability to refresh itself.
The study was carried out by Sweden’s Karolinska Institute
and Wayne State University in the US.
This research suggests that if you need to make a make a
phone call in the evening it is much better to use a land
Funded by the Mobile Manufacturers Forum, the scientists
studied 35 men and 36 women aged between 18 and 45.
Some were exposed to radiation equivalent to that received
when using a mobile phone, others were placed in the same
conditions, but given only "sham" exposure.
Those exposed to radiation took longer to enter the first of
the deeper stages of sleep, and spent less time in the
The scientists concluded: "The study indicates that during
laboratory exposure to 884 MHz wireless signals components
of sleep believed to be important for recovery from daily
wear and tear are adversely affected."
Researcher Professor Bengt Arnetz said: "The study strongly
suggests that mobile phone use is associated with specific
changes in the areas of the brain responsible for activating
and coordinating the stress system."
Another theory is that radiation may disrupt production of
the hormone melatonin, which controls the body’s internal
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