On the brain development of offspring during pregnancy affects the radiation from mobile phones, which in the future may cause hyperactivity of the child. About this is written in the article published by the scientists of the University of Yale.
As evidenced by the head of the division of infertility and reproductive endocrinology, Dr. Hugh S. Taylor: "the results of the studies conducted on mice, are the first experimental evidence that RF radiation originating from cell phones, which in the womb is exposed to the fetus and affect the behaviour of an adult in the future."
Taylor and his colleagues exposed pregnant mice to radiation from outside the cell functioning cell phone, and near another group of mice was located the phone, removed the battery.
Researchers in adult mice that were exposed to radiation, was measured electrical activity of the brain and has also been tested behavioural and psychological tests. They discovered that mice exposed to radiation, was attended by hyperactivity. In addition, they observed a reduction in memory.
Hugh S. Taylor explains the change of behavioral functions due to exposure during pregnancy on the development in the prefrontal cortex of the brain neurons. The syndrome of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a development disorder and is characterized by inattention and hyperactivity.
"We have demonstrated that the problems of mouse behavior, which resembles ADHD caused by the impact of mobile phone on the womb," says Taylor. Scientist believes that such action has a mobile phone and on the human embryo.
Scientists believe that the most profound understanding of the mechanism of influence of radiation of cellular devices on the human brain requires further investigation. This will provide an opportunity to establish necessary measures that would be put out of danger, both mother and fetus from the harmful effects of radiation.
Previously, American scientists had concluded that hyperactivity and other behavioural problems among seven year olds can be a consequence of difficult breathing nose in his sleep at an earlier age.