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The radiation from RF-EMF can cause DNA damage, tissue heating, and disrupt the blood-brain barrier. These effects are real, and ARPANSA is actively involved within the EHS group, the medical professionals and researchers. ARPANSA will continue to review research on the health effects caused by EMF radiation.

 

 

 

 

RF-EMF can cause DNA damage

 

 

The exposure to electromagnetic fields created by humans (EMFs) can cause DNA damage as well as negative health adverse effects. EMFs can affect the intracellular ionic levels, which are essential to ensure the electrochemical balance of cells. This can cause disruption to cell homeostasis and result in DNA damage. Furthermore exposure to EMFs can also trigger the production of free radicals as well as reactive oxygen species (ROS).

 

 

 

 

The exposure to radiation from RF-EMF has been associated with changes in male germ cell development. This is due to the differentiation of the germ cell into spermatozoa, aswell functioning maturation as spermatozoa travel through the epididymis. To investigate the effect of RF-EMF exposure on the development of male germ cells, a specially-built waveguide device was developed for the exposure of mice without restriction to RF-EMF at 2.2 W/kg.

 

 

 

 

In a recent study, researchers have discovered that exposure to RF EME caused an oxidative DNA injury in the spermatozoa. Sperm DNA fragmentation increased by 18% after an entire week of treatment and by 23 percent after five weeks. Furthermore, DNA damage in mitochondria was observed by measuring the level of a biomarker, 8-hydroxy-2-deoxyguanosine (8-OH-dG).

 

 

 

 

Despite this, RF-EMF radiation is not yet classified as a cancer-causing agent. But, several studies have revealed that exposure to RF-EMF can affect DNA integrity in a range of cell lines. In one study researchers subjected Vero cells to an EMF of 100 Hz for 45 minutes. They assessed DNA damage for 48 hours after exposure to determine whether the exposure affected the integrity of DNA.

 

 

 

 

The RF-EMF effect causes the heating of tissues

 

 

Although the effects of RF-EMF are usually considered as thermal in nature, some studies have shown that non-thermal effects are also observed. These factors could be responsible for certain of the unsolved findings in the epidemiological study of EMF hypersensitivity. Therefore, it is important to take into account non-thermal effects when conducting a systematic review.

 

 

 

 

The non-thermal effects of RF-EMF could occur at the cell membrane. This is a field which has already been extensively investigated. In particular, the electrochemical behavior of cell membranes has been studied. The current understanding is that energy from RF-EMF higher than 1 MHz is transferred to tissue via dielectric and ionic dissipation. Studies of the theory have suggested that the energy transfer to the tissue could be as high as 200 kV/m.

 

 

 

 

The electrical properties of tissues are regulated in the form and quantity of water molecules and ions, and other substances in the body. This determines how well absorbed EMR RF is by various tissues. Tissues with higher conductivity tend to absorb more of the EMR field and produce more of an effect. This is the reason why the amount of tissue heating does not increase steadily as it moves from the exterior to the body however, it is more prevalent in hot areas. Bone and fatty tissue are less prone to RF heating than other tissues because they have a low water content.

 

 

 

 

The intensity of penetration of the electromagnetic field is determined by the frequency and strength of the field. Muscle tissue absorbs more radiation than most tissues, and transforms it into heat more efficiently. Usually, the depth of penetration that RFEMF has is measured in millimeters (mm). The greater the frequency, the more shallow the penetration.

 

 

 

 

RF-EMF causes blood-brain barrier disruption

 

 

Researchers have discovered that RF-EMF can alter the blood-brain-barrier, altering sleep patterns and neurotransmitter levels. In addition, the effects on the effects of EMF on brain activity are linked to neurodegenerative diseases. For instance, EMF from mobile phones could affect the electroencephalogram's activity and sleep patterns, as well as the actions of nitric Oxide and xanthin oxidase.

 

 

 

 

Researchers from the Vienna University have studied the effects of RF-EMF exposure to brain cells. They also examined what effects ELF EMF on nervous system. Although the cellular mechanisms that are involved aren't fully comprehended however, there is an obvious relationship between exposure to ELF EMF and depletion of myelin. This relationship might account for the electro-hypersensitivity symptoms of electro-hypersensitivity. Fortunately, there are some known methods for regenerating myelin in the brain.

 

 

 

 

Researchers have observed that exposure to 900 MHz EMF enhanced the permeability of BBB and increased symptoms of neuronal damage in rodents. They also observed an increase in the extravasation of albumin into neurons. Furthermore, they discovered that after 30 minutes of exposure to 900 MHz 99mTcMIBI increased its penetration in the cortex. However this effect did not occur when using Evans blue shield emf protection reviews-based injections.

 

 

 

 

Despite these findings, RF EMF does not have a clear method for disrupting the BBB. Research suggests that EMF exposure may increase erythrocyte cell membrane permeability, which could alter the BBB and also increase the efflux of calcium ions. Moreover, the presence of a 99mTc-MIBI radiotracer within the brain is also connected to increasing the permeability of the BBB.

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