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|Putting A Phone In Your Pocket May Lead To These 4 Things by Mkomanuel(m): 2:37pm On Mar 07, 2022|
Men who use these hands-free devices tend to carry their cell phones in their pants pocket or clipped to their belts at the waist while in talk mode. As a result, they may be exposing their testicles to damaging radiofrequency electromagnetic waves, explains Ashok Agarwal, PhD, head of the andrology laboratory and the director of the Center for Reproductive Medicine at the Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio. According to experts, when you keep your cell phone in your pocket, especially if it’s connected to a wireless network, your body is getting radiation up to two to seven times higher than when we place it in the bag.
According to WEBMD.COM here are four reasons why you shouldn’t put your phones in your pants pocket.
1. Cell Phone Radiation Affects Sperm Quality
Research showed that radiofrequency electromagnetic waves emitted from cell phones can impair sperm quality. Semen exposed to radiofrequency electromagnetic waves emitted from cell phones had higher levels of damaging free radicals, lower sperm motility (the ability of the sperm to move and swim), and sperm viability (the percentage of live sperm), and possibly greater oxidative stress.
Click https://parallelnewztv.com.ng/2022/03/07/putting-a-phone-in-your-pocket-may-lead-to-these-4-things/ to read the full article.
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