Cell Phones and Risks

Cell Phones and Risks

mobile phone dangersThe modern age is the age of science . In this age the contribution of science to make the way fluent and easy is extraordinary . Over a period of time, the frequency of use of mobile phones has increased tremendously .But every positive thing must have some negative side so . Here, Mobile phone is now the part and parcel of our daily life but does we know about the conscious use of that

There is absolutely no doubt on the fact that mobile phones are effective source of quick and reliable communication, but it is also a well-known fact that over use of mobile phones has made individuals isolated from one another.

Mobile transmits electromagnetic radiations and these power radiations have the capability to change the cell and tissue organization quite quickly without even showing any reactions. Since brain cells are sensitive and show irreparable damage, the electromagnetic radiations is likely to cause the cell mutation.

Cell phones emit radiofrequency energy, a form of non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation, which can be absorbed by tissues closest to where the phone is held.

Several studies have shown that mobile phones are the precursors to many lethal diseases including the cancer.  Some of the prominent diseases are insomnia, headaches, high fever, brain tumor and several more.

Some of the diseases are as follows, the dangerous effects of over use of mobile phones on human body:
Human Interaction is reduced
Increase in Body Temperature
Lethargy and Laziness
Loss of Attention
Brain Tumor
The another big problem of using mobile phone is , The number of accident occurs while driver talking on the phone and distracted about his path.

Distracted driving is a serious and growing threat to road safety. With more and more people owning mobile phones, and the rapid introduction of new “in-vehicle” communication systems, this problem is likely to escalate globally in the coming years. This Report focuses on the use of mobile phones while driving as one example of the broader problem of driver distraction.

It is now evident that if you are using a mobile phone while driving you are approximately four times more likely to be involved in a crash than a driver who is not using a phone. This risk appears to be similar for both hand-held and hands-free phones, because it is the cognitive distraction that is an issue, not only the physical distraction associated with holding the phone. Text messaging appears to have an even more severe impact on driving behavior and crash risk.

So, There should be some awareness by the govt. so that the public can be responsive for that and be a conscientious about using the mobile phone in a proper manner .

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