• 04 JUN 13
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    Increasing incidence of burnout due to magnetic and electromagnetic fields

    From Katharina Gustavs:

    Just released by Diagnose-Funk (Germany):
    Burnout and electromagnetic fields

    The article by Warnke and Hensinger about the link between burnout and electromagnetic fields, which was published in the edition 1/2013 of “Umwelt-Medizin-Gesellschaft”, a German journal for environmental medicine, is now also available in English. It can be downloaded from:

    Englisch and German version : http://www.mobilfunk-studien.org/dokumentationen/v-z/warnke-mobilfunk-foerdert-stress-und-burn-out.php or http://www.mobilfunk-studien.org/assets/warnke_hensinger_umg_1_2013_engl_df.pdf

    Increasing incidence of burnout due to magnetic and electromagnetic fields of cell phone networks and other wireless communication technologies

    Ulrich Warnke and Peter Hensinger

    Abstract: Burnout syndrome (BOS) is a psychosomatic stress disorder. Exogenous stress leads to oxidative cellular stress, the formation of excessive reactive oxygen species, reactive nitrogen species, and reaction products (ROS/RNS). This then leads to mitochondrial metabolic dysfunction, which results in a lack of ATP (adenosine triphosphate) and subsequently in a diminished performance of cells. Lack of ATP is a crucial factor in BOS, as well as in chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS). A crucial element in the multisystem disease BOS is inflammation as a consequence of nitrosative and oxidative stress, as well as the acquired mitochondriopathy. Weak ambient magnetic fields (e.g. from transformers in devices) and various radio-frequency resonances increase the level of free radicals and their reaction products that have toxic effects. The nonionizing radiation of cell phone networks and other wireless communication technologies (cell towers, cell phones, Wi-Fi, etc.) also leads to cell stress. There is a correlation between the stress trigger due to living conditions, magnetic fields, and RF radiation of cell phone networks and other wireless communication technologies. The affected person will suffer from functional impairment and diseases; and if these are hereditary, they will be passed on to the next generation as a pre-existing defect, as is the case with e.g. “acquired energy dyssymbiosis syndrome” (AEDS).

    Full paper in English here

    Katharina Gustavs
    www.buildingbiology.ca

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