Possible Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity Among Cellular Phone Users in Relevance to Self Reported Subjective Symptoms and Sensations and Adopted Safety Measures
The information of demographic and social characteristics, utilization pattern, general health, association of Electromagnetic Hyper Sensitivity (EHS) in terms of self reported symptoms and sensations was collected among 307 Cellphone users in India. Association of EHS was evaluated on the basis of demographic characteristics, gender, utilization, and safety adopted in extensive and normal CP user. Prevalence of overall EHS was found to be associated 87.6% to CP users but most common sensitivity was found 'Warmth on ear' (52.4%) and 'Ringing delusion' (23.8%). Other self reported symptoms 'Forgetfulness', 'Increase in carelessness' and "Tremor" were more than 19% and 'Headache' was reported by 13% CP users.