Mostly people will just ignore this kind of story .unless it will actually happen to them and regret later on, it is a warning to every one , so please read and and share to everyone.
This is the story of a 45 year old man who was diagnosed with cancer in his eye. There are many scientific studies that indicate that the green light which comes from your mobile screen can cause the death of the retina cells in humans and in that way affect our vision.
When we use the mobile phone in dark rooms, the light from the screen shines directly in our eyes, which can later provoke cancer in the eye and loss of vision.
This anonymous man of only 45 years of age visited the doctor when he could not see clearly. The albumen of his eye became red because of serious injuries. He used his mobile phone in a dark room every night before he went to sleep for 30 minutes. This damaged his eye and led to visual shortcomings and signs of eye cancer.
The doctors couldn’t do anything in this case because a replacement of the retina is an extremely difficult. Make sure you avoid using your mobile phone in the dark before you go to bed, so that you can protect your eyes!
The scientists, who have studied the impact of electromagnetic waves on human eye, say that cell phone usage can also lead to early cataract in lens apart from affecting retina, cornea and other ocular systems of the eye.
While scientists across the globe are still debating whether cell phone radiation exposure results in brain tumors, a new study carried out by scientists at Charotar University of Science and Technology (CHARUSAT) has revealed that cell phones also affect eyes.
“The wavelength of wireless signals (which is about 2 to 2.5 cm) used for cell phones and other wireless terminals matches with that received by the human eye. The dielectric constant (absorption capacity) of eye tissues is around 70 which is greater than unity (above 50). This means that the eye can absorb electromagnetic energy very quickly,” explains Dwivedi.
These scientists have also recommended that a mobile handset should be kept as far as possible from the eye. “It should not be used more than is necessary. A user should avoid use of mobile in rural areas or a car where the cell phone uses more power and the SAR value can be ten or hundred times higher than the normal,” they suggest.
“The problem is not that the eye absorbs the energy, but that the heat absorbed by the eye does not get transmitted or radiated out of the body,” says Dwivedi, adding that prolonged usage of cell phones can affect retina, sclera, lens, cornea as well as vitreous humour which are parts of the human eye.
During the study, scientists computed the specific absorption rate (SAR) and maximum temperature increase in the eye because of electromagnetic radio frequency fields generated by wireless terminals such as a mobile phones. SAR and temperature rise depend on the distance between eye and radio frequency transceiver (the cell phone).
It has been proven ROS occurs in 92% of the studies which addressed exposure to RF radiation well under SAR thresholds currently upheld by the FCC. This non thermal mechanism for DNA damage from so-called safe levels of cellphone radiation exposure can’t be denied.