SHAFAQNA Türkiye – Research shows that talking on your cell phone for half an hour a week can increase your risk of high blood pressure.
According to a Daily Mail report, a team from China’s Southern Medical University investigated whether there was a link between talking on a cell phone and the risk of high blood pressure.
As part of the study, about 200,000 adults in England were followed up for 12 years. The study found that those who talked on the phone for 30 minutes or more a week had a 12% higher risk of developing high blood pressure than those who spoke less.
It has been noted that the group with the highest risk of developing high blood pressure are those who regularly spend an hour a day talking on the phone. It was also found that those who talked on the phone for more than six hours a week had a 25% higher risk of developing high blood pressure than those who talked for less than five minutes.
The researchers noted that the link between mobile phone use and high blood pressure could be due to the low levels of RF energy emitted by the devices. It was reported that the number of years participants used mobile phones and whether they used equipment such as headphones or speakers did not affect the level of risk.
Experts have warned that phone calls should be cut in terms of heart health.
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