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BUCHNER K, EGER H (2011) Umwelt-Medizin-Gesellschaft 24(1): 44-57.

Changes of Clinically Important Neurotransmitters under the Influence of Modulated RF Fields-A Long-term Study under Real-life Conditions.

Sábado 3 de septiembre de 2011 · 1151 lecturas

Changes of Clinically Important Neurotransmitters under the Influence of Modulated RF Fields-A Long-term Study under Real-life Conditions
Klaus Buchner and Horst Eger
ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
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This follow-up of 60 participants over one and a half years shows a significant effect on the adrenergic sys-tem after the installation of a new cell phone base station in the village of Rimbach (Bavaria).
After the activation of the GSM base station, the levels of the stress hormones adrenaline and noradrena-line increased significantly during the first six months; the levels of the precursor dopamine decreased substantially. The initial levels were not restored even after one and a half years. As an indicator of the dysregulated chronic imbalance of the stress system, the phenylethylamine (PEA) levels dropped signifi-cantly until the end of the study period.
The effects showed a dose-response relationship and occurred well below current limits for technical RF radiation exposures. Chronic dysregulation of the catecholamine system has great relevance for health and is well known to damage human health in the long run.
Keywords: cell phone base station, long-term study, stress hormones, radiofrequency radiation, GSM transmitter, far-field radiation

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