According to Healthline, cell phones emit a type of radiation called radiofrequency radiation. Though, the radiation emitted by cell phones is considered small, it can still have health hazards.
I'll tell you some of the dangers of phone radiation to your health in this article as described by researchers.
Some studies have suggested that long-term exposure to phone radiation might increase the risk of some types of cancer, such as brain tumors.
There is some evidence to suggest that cell phone radiation can also affect men fertility. It may reduce your $perm count, motility, and healthiness in the long run.
The blue light that is emitted by cell phones can disturb the production of the sleep hormone melatonin, which can result to sleep disturbances and insomnia.
You may experience headaches or dizziness after prolonged use of your cell phone. This is believed to be due to the radiation and electromagnetic fields emitted by phones.
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