Investigation of brain potentials in sleeping humans exposed to the electromagnetic field of mobile phones.

@article{Lebedeva2001InvestigationOB,
  title={Investigation of brain potentials in sleeping humans exposed to the electromagnetic field of mobile phones.},
  author={Nataliya Lebedeva and Artem V. Sulimov and O P Sulimova and T I Korotkovskaya and T Gailus},
  journal={Critical reviews in biomedical engineering},
  year={2001},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={
          125-33
        }
}
An investigation was made of 8-hour EEG tracings of sleeping humans exposed to the electromagnetic field of a GSM-standard mobile phone. To analyze the EEG-patterns, manual scoring, nonlinear dynamics, and spectral analysis were employed. It was found that, when human beings were exposed to the electromagnetic field of a cellular phone, their cerebral cortex biopotentials revealed an increase in the alpha-range power density as compared to the placebo experiment. It was also found that the… 

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