Mobile Phones Can Damage Sperm Is it true?

Be wary of the man, let alone who can not linger off of his cell phone. Recent research shows that the sophisticated communications equipment can damage sperm. If you are the type of person who likes to keep a cell phone (mobile phone) in the pocket or put in a small holster and hung on the waist, then your sperm count can be reduced up to 30%.

Radiation emitted by mobile phones negatively affect sperm production and male fertility. The statement disclosed by researchers from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Szeged, Hungary, which also reported the results of their research at a conference of The European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology in Berlin, Germany. In their study, the researchers analyzed the sperm of 221 men and observing their behavior in using mobile phones. The scientists found a positive correlation between the use of cell phones, even if set in the standby position, with reduced sperm quality and quantity.

However, further research is still needed to ensure that research results. One doubts that the researchers did not take into account other factors that could also affect the results of the study.

Keep in mind, other factors such as stress level, the influence of alcohol, occupation, and smoking habits of the men who became the object of the research has a considerable role in determining the quality and quantity of sperm.

Infertility problems in men has increased in the past decade, long before the widespread use of mobile phones. Many factors play a role in the problem.
Meanwhile, referring institution’s research on the effects of exposure to radio waves emitted by mobile phones on human health, suggests that the results are safe. However, given the current mobile phones are widely used all over the world, the more in-depth follow-up research is needed.

Dangers of cell phone use on human health was raised several times. Among other theories that link between mobile phone use and cancer, including brain cancer, meningioma, acoustic neurinoma, acoustic melanoma, and salivary gland cancer. However, so far there is no consistent evidence was found.

Beyond all that, the phone is harmful to humans, especially if you dialed is busy or talking on the cell phone while driving. Survey made American Automobile Association Foundation for Traffic Safety shows that the use of mobile phones has contributed 1.5% of 26 145 accidents that occurred in the United States.