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Studies on sleep disorders related to EMR

Hi, are you aware of any studies made on sleep disorders related to EMR? Regardless of age, weight of the individual, the EMR, in that context, being the direct source of the change of behaviour: i.e. depriving the person of sleep or forcing the person to sleep... If yes, I am more than interested in hearing about it! Thanking you for your attention.
Asked On : Mon, 23 Apr 2012
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Hi ,welcome to hcm , its a good question and lot of debate is going among health care professionals about impact on sleep or any other cognitive features of electro magnetic waves . One school of thought claims even mobile can be harmful . Let me tell you that it was never any era free from radiation , for example solar radiation and other cosmic radiations are more potent than man made intentions and persisted from early great bang . Actually energy only gets transformed and only local intensity of energy form can be deterious . Hope i replied your query .regards -team hcm
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