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5G graves consecuencias a la salud

5G intenta comenzar en el 2020, en este video vea el comportamiento de la sangre a traves de un microscopio cuando somos expuestos a esta radiación. https://www.electricsense.com/12399/5g-radiation-dangers/

4G , 5 G y WiFi, Evidencia de riesgos para la salud relacionados con la exposición a frecuencias electromagnéticas en mujeres embarazadas y niños .

Este clip es un extracto de Take Back Your Power, una investigación crítica del fenómeno de Smart Metering y Smart Grid.

Más de 5,000 estudios ahora muestran que la radiación de RF / MW es dañina para la biología humana, los animales y las plantas. La exposición aguda y crónica a la radiación de RF (radiofrecuencia) y MW (microondas) puede, incluso a densidades de potencia muy bajas, no solo provocar los efectos negativos para la salud que se muestran en este video, sino también el daño de los iones de calcio en las células y la disfunción de las células endoteliales. , agotamiento del óxido nítrico, estrés oxidativo, interrupción de la melatonina, fugas en la barrera hematoencefálica, daño en el ADN, daño en el esperma y más. Los cambios en el metabolismo de la glucosa dentro del cerebro son observables después de solo unos minutos de uso del teléfono celular.

Los mecanismos de daños causados ​​por la exposición a la radiación no térmica y no ionizante se están volviendo claros.

Desafortunadamente, los llamados umbrales de ‘seguridad’ mantenidos en el Reino Unido están desfasados ​​y obsoletos, lo que permite que se introduzcan en nuestras vidas un diluvio de tecnologías altamente rentables que emiten RF. Si bien los activistas de todos los países intentan frenar y revertir la marea de estas toxinas ambientales, puede tomar medidas positivas para protegerse y proteger a su familia al limitar su exposición a dispositivos de emisión de RF y MW, como los Smart Meters. Teléfonos celulares, enrutadores y dispositivos WiFi, monitores inalámbricos para bebés, sistemas de alarma inalámbricos, consolas de juegos inalámbricos, etc.

Ver Estudio de Expertos: La exposición a la radiación de radiofrecuencia fetal de teléfonos celulares con clasificación de 800-1900 mhz afecta el desarrollo neurológico y el comportamiento en ratones.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22428084

 

Las evidencias sobre las propiedades biológicas de RF-EMF se acumulan progresivamente y, apuntan claramente a la existencia de interacciones de niveles múltiples entre EMF de alta frecuencia y sistemas biológicos, y a la posibilidad de oncología. y efectos no oncológicos (principalmente reproductivos, metabólicos, neurológicos, microbiológicos).

Los efectos biológicos también se han registrado a niveles de exposición por debajo de los límites reglamentarios, lo que genera crecientes dudas sobre la seguridad real de los estándares ICNIRP actualmente empleados ( Habauzit et al., 2014 ; Redmayne, 2016 ;Starkey, 2016 ).

Las preocupaciones particulares derivan de la densidad amplia (y rápidamente creciente) de dispositivos inalámbricos y antenas(también en vista de las próximas redes 5G), de la mayor susceptibilidad a RF-EMF en niños ( Meo et al., 2015 ; Redmayne, 2016Redmayne y Johansson, 2015 ; Sangun et al., 2015 ), y de los efectos de RF-EMF a nivel celular y molecular, en particular con respecto a la capacidad de promover procesos oxidativos ( Friedman et al., 2007 ; Kazemi et al. , 2015 ; Kesari y Behari, 2012 ), daño en el ADN ( Duan et al., 2015 ; Solek et al., 2017 ), alteraciones de la expresión génica (Chen et al., 2014 ; Habauzit et al., 2014 ; Kim et al., 2017a ; Le Quement et al., 2012 ; Le Quement et al., 2014 ; Lin et al., 2016 ; Millenbaugh et al., 2008 ; Soubere Mahamoud et al., 2016 ) e influir en el desarrollo de células madre ( Chen et al., 2014 ; Eghlidospour et al., 2017 ; Shahbazi-Gahrouei et al., 2016 ).

Los mecanismos epigenéticos que modulan la expresión génica después de la exposición a tóxicos ambientales están frecuentemente involucrados en la patogénesis de una serie de enfermedades crónicas, principalmente en el caso de exposiciones tempranas que determinan los efectos del desarrollo y la aparición de enfermedades crónicas más tarde durante la vida ( Bianco-Miotto et al., 2017;Bird, 2007;Di Ciaula y Portincasa, 2014). Cabe destacar que el epigenoma también parece tener un papel relevante después de la exposición a RF-EMF, que es capaz de producir una modulación de micro-ARN ( Dasdag et al.,2015a,Dasdag et al., 2015b), cromatinaremodelación y alteraciones de los procesos de reparación del ADN ( Belyaev et al., 2009 ; Markova et al., 2005 ) y para afectar el patrón de metilación del ADN ( Mokarram et al., 2017 ).

Se necesitan urgentemente más estudios experimentales y epidemiológicos para explorar mejor y por completo los efectos sobre la salud causados ​​en humanos por la exposición a frecuencias de RF-EMF genéricas o específicas (es decir, MMW) en diferentes grupos de edad y con una densidad de exposición creciente.

Sin embargo, subestimar la relevancia de los resultados disponibles (en particular los de modelos in vitro y animales) no parece ser éticamente aceptable ya que, como se ha observado en el razonamiento en términos de prevención primaria, “es equivalente a aceptar que un posible efecto peligroso de un agente ambiental solo puede evaluarse a posteriori , después de que el agente haya tenido tiempo de causar sus efectos nocivos ”( Tomatis, 2002 ).

Los resultados ya disponibles deberían ser suficientes para invocar el respeto del principio de precaución ( Hau et al., 2014 ; Lo, 2009 ) considerando la gran cantidad de sujetos involucrados en esta forma de exposición ambiental y clasificables como “vulnerables” ( Bracken-Roche et al. al., 2017 ), y posibles interacciones entre exposiciones múltiples y heterogéneas, superando el enfoque de un solo contaminante con la medición de la dosis interna absorbida de múltiples contaminantes (el concepto de exposoma ( Wild, 2012 )).

En el respeto del principio de la OMS “salud en todas las políticas”, el desarrollo de nuevas redes de comunicación RF-EMF debe ser paralelo a la participación adecuada y activa de las instituciones públicas que operan en el campo de la salud ambiental, mediante una revisión de los límites de exposición existentes y por políticas destinadas a reducir el nivel de riesgo en la población expuesta.

Por otro lado, un conocimiento adecuado de los mecanismos fisiopatológicos que vinculan la exposición RF-EMF al riesgo para la salud también debería ser útil en la práctica clínica actual, en particular teniendo en cuenta las evidencias que apuntan al papel de los factores extrínsecos como grandes contribuyentes al riesgo de cáncer ( Wu et al., 2016 ) y al crecimiento epidemiológico progresivo de las enfermedades no transmisibles ( Pruss-Ustun et al., 2017 ).

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