Published on 24 June 2021
How harmful is 5G?
Radiation exacerbates oxidative cell stress and inflammation in the bodyThe so-called oxidative cell stress is the cause of inflammation in the body. This can lead to serious diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, rheumatism and diabetes. Diseases of the cardiovascular system and several more are also often attributed to inflammation caused by oxidative cell stress.
The logical consequence: to reduce oxidative cell stress and thus inflammation in the body. But how does oxidative cell stress occur in the first place?
Oxidative cell stress is caused by an overproduction of free radicals, triggered by external environmental influences such as pesticides, ozone, car exhaust fumes – and electromagnetic radiation.
In a review of numerous scientific studies conducted over a period of ten years, Swiss researchers have now come to the conclusion: Electromagnetic radiation exacerbates oxidative cell stress and can thus lead to many serious diseases.
The fatal thing: The scientists' investigations were mainly concerned with high-frequency radiation such as that emitted by mobile phones, laptops, tablets and all modern digital devices. And: The investigations were limited to radiation exposures within the currently applicable legal limits.
In other words: The radiation exposure to which everyone is exposed every day through mobile phones, laptops and the like is already too much for our bodies. The body reacts to continuous irradiation with oxidative cell stress and subsequently with inflammations and often severe diseases. The legal limits, which are supposed to regulate that people do not get too much radiation, are simply far too lax against this background.
More: Radiation exposure continues to increase massively day by day. On the one hand, because we are using more and more digital devices (e.g. in home office and homeschooling); and on the other hand, because of the rapidly advancing 5G expansion, which requires up to ten times more transmission masts..
Doctors call for a halt to 5G expansionFor years, numerous physicians and scientists worldwide have been calling on the WHO to classify high-frequency radiation as “definitely carcinogenic". For despite the extensive studies, radiation from mobile phones & co. is still only considered "potentially carcinogenic".
Meanwhile, more and more experts in countries around the world are calling for the roll-out of 5G to be stopped. Among them is, for example, the Canadian epidemiologist Professor John William Frank, who, like many of his colleagues, is calling for a 5G moratorium due to the current study situation on 5G. In his January 2021 article in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, Frank highlights the controversy between government agencies and independent scientists: While the former continue to claim that there is no conclusive scientific evidence that 5G is harmful to health, on the other hand, scientific studies are mounting that provide precise evidence of the medical-biological damage caused by 5G.
First countries reactBased on the studies, some countries have come to the conclusion that high-frequency radiation must be kept away from children in particular. In France, Israel, Cyprus and Russia, WiFi is banned in kindergartens and use is restricted in primary schools. And Belgium has banned the sale of mobile phones to children under seven.
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