Researchers Link Allergies, Skin Rashes to Cell Phones

Researchers Link Allergies, Skin Rashes to Cell Phones


Some people may have developed skin rashes or other allergic reactions recently, these sensitivities have been found to occur by the radiation emitted by mobile phones.

Dr. Hajime Kimata from Unitika Hospital, Kyoto, Japan has found that microwaves emitted by cellular phones can ‘excite’ antigens in your bloodstream, which in turn causes increased allergic reactions to things like dust mites, pollen and various plants or animals.

A test of 52 subjects who have shown previous allergic reactions were tested, while watching a one-hour film, half talked on their mobile phones, while the other half sat with their phones turned off. The blood tests indicated increased chemicals in the blood that are known to provoke allergic reactions such as eczema, hay fever and asthma, Dr. Hajime Kimata said.

In Sweden, researches found that mobile phones could damage key brain cells and trigger early onsets of Alzheimer’s disease and damage areas of the brain in laboratory rats that is associated with learning, memory and movement.