Let’s Talk About 5G: Tinnitus

I am about to start a series of articles on the effects of 5G and what we are not being told. Somehow we have allowed something that is so insidious into our lives, embracing it wholeheartedly, as it is slowly killing us inch by inch. We need to be able to see the research that is being hidden from our eyes and our computer screens. Being armed is for warned.

Right now more than 50 million people have  Tinnitus now in the US. Children at this point also have tinnitus, which may improve or even go away over time, but in most cases, the symptoms worsens with time. When tinnitus lasts for three months or longer, it is considered chronic. Tinnitus means that you hear phantom sounds in one ear, or in both ears, and in your head. These sounds may ring, buzz, roar, whistle, hum, click, hiss, or squeal. They may be soft, loud, low or high pitched. The sounds may come and go or be present all the time. Sometimes, moving your head, neck, or eyes, or touching certain parts of your body may produce tinnitus symptoms or temporarily change the quality of the perceived sound. 

Tinnitus has increased over the past decade. Many are saying that the increase use of cell phones has exposed the peripheral auditory pathways to a higher dose of electromagnetic radio frequency radiation (EMRFR). Some tinnitus patients report that the abusive use of mobiles, especially when repeated in the same ear, worsen ipsilateral tinnitus. Some individuals are more sensitive to electromagnetic exposure (electrosensitivity), and thus, present earlier symptoms. There seems to be a common pathophysiology between this electrosensitivity and tinnitus.

It has been shown that slow-frequency radiation (ELF) in short-term exposure has caused headache, fatigue, tinnitus, concentration problems, depression, memory loss, skin irritation, sleep disorders, nausea, cardiovascular effects, chest pain, immunity, and hormonal disorders in humans, whereas long-term exposure to EMR leads to the development of cancer. The EMR exposure induces reactive oxygen species and changes the fidelity of genes involved in signal transduction, cytoskeleton formation, and cellular metabolism.

Here are research articles that prove this fact.

Tinnitus and cell phones: the role of electromagnetic radiofrequency radiation.

Genotoxic effects of electromagnetic field radiations from mobile phones

Electromagnetic radiofrequency radiation with special reference to otorhinolaryngology and brain tumors

Tomorrow more on 5G and its effects.

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