Effets des radiofréquences sur le système nerveux central chez l'homme : EEG, sommeil, cognition, vascularisation

Abstract : Most of clinical studies on radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF) were directed at mobile phone-related exposures, usually at the level of the head, at their effect on some physiological functions including sleep, brain electrical activity (EEG), cognitive processes, brain vascularisation, and more generally on the cardiovascular and endocrine systems. They were frequently carried out on healthy adults. Effects on the amplitude of EEG alpha waves, mainly during sleep, look reproducible. It would however be important to define more precisely whether and how the absence of electromagnetic disturbance between RF exposure and the recording systems is checked. No consensus arises about cognitive effects. Some effects on cerebral vascularisation need complementary work.
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Rania Ghosn, Anne-Sophie Villegier, Brahim Selmaoui, Gyorgy Thuroczy, René de Seze. Effets des radiofréquences sur le système nerveux central chez l'homme : EEG, sommeil, cognition, vascularisation. Comptes Rendus Physique, Elsevier Masson, 2013, 14 (5), pp.395-401. ⟨10.1016/j.crhy.2013.02.004⟩. ⟨ineris-00961807⟩

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