THE MICROWAVE SYNDROME – FURTHER ASPECTS OF A SPANISH STUDY
Researchers from Valencia University in Spain, investigated people’s health in a small town near Murcia, where two mobile phone masts had been erected in the past 7 years. The results of the investigations have been plotted against levels of radiation in their homes from the masts, to see if there is any link between the radiation levels and health problems.
Many symptoms of ‘microwave sickness’ increased considerably with exposure to microwave radiation, in particular Depression, Fatigue, Concentration Loss, Appetite Loss and Heart and Blood Pressure Problems. These occurred at radiation levels found around most masts.
- Depression increased by up to 64-fold.
- Fatigue increased by up to 37-fold.
Appetite Loss increased by up to 25-fold.
Author/s: Oberfeld Gerd, Navarro A. Enrique et al
Title: The Microwave Syndrome – Further Aspects of a Spanish Study