Long Term Exposure of Mobile Phone Radiation and Human Health

Nigus Maregu


Mobile or cellular phones are now an integral part of modern telecommunications. It has become a vital element for every person but now a day it has also become an addiction to the young generation. Different scientists study the adverse effects of mobile phone radiation. The increasing use of mobile phone in our environment is one of the reasons why many scientists believe some disease rates are on the rise. Most of them including world health organization (WHO) argued that mobile phone radiation is bad for human health and some of them are not.  It is scientifically proved that the radiations produced by the mobile phones can cause different disease; especially the brain of human being and it will give them the difficulty to cope up with their systematized daily course of action and soon cause health injury. In this paper, it has been shown that there lies a tangible congruence of the result of analysis based on an extensive review on different published research’s, on effects of mobile phone radiation towards long term users. We conclude that; long term use of mobile phone will cause different disease, such as Alzheimer, migraine, infertility, cancer, eye defect, electromagnetic hypersensitivity and interface etc and also it can affect psychology anxiety, insomnia, depression etc. So customers should be prudent regarding on the use of mobile phone. Consumer policy has become more cautious and governmental security and regulatory institutions function on behalf of citizens.

Keywords: Mobile phone, radio frequency, cancer risk, precautionary measure 

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