L’Influence Des Champs Magnétiques Sur La Microcirculation (en Anglais) – Magnetic Field Influences On The Microcirculation
19 mai 2017 par maty185
étude – research paper:
Excessive peptidergic sensory innervation of cutaneous arteriole-venule shunts (AVS) in the palmar glabrous skin of fibromyalgia patients: implications for widespread deep tissue pain and fatigue.
Sensory and Sympathetic Innervation to Arteriole-Venule Shunts in a Fibromyalgia Patient (image)
Fibromyalgia Pain May Also Result from Neurogenic Inflammation of Peripheral Nerves, Review Argues
Nerves, Estrogen, Dr. Mikovits and Paradoxes: The INTiDYN Approach to Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
« First came a study on shingles, then one on CRPS, and then last year a Fibromyalgia study. All revealed increased numbers of autonomic nervous system and, in particular, sensory nerves in the skin of the hands of FM patients. » :
Sodium channel NaV1.7 in vascular myocytes, endothelium, and innervating axons in human skin
Electromagnetic fields act via activation of voltage-gated calcium channels to produce beneficial or adverse effects
Polarization: A Key Difference between Man-made and Natural Electromagnetic Fields, in regard to Biological Activity
Cardiac Effects of EMR:
Hearts use natural electric pulses to produce heart-beats. An electric pulse produces a cascade of calcium ions that cause the heart muscle to contract. The Electrocardiogram (ECG) is used to monitor heart activity and can detect heart disease through the altered electrical signals. Hence it is biologically plausible that electric signals, that are shown to interfere with artificial pacemakers, can also interfere with the natural heart-beat. This has been shown in several studies in relation to reduction of the heart rate variability (HRV). This is a known risk factor for heart disease.
Satre, Cook and Graham (1998) observed significantly reduced heart rate variability (HRV) in volunteers sleeping in 60Hz fields. Extrinsic EMR signals interfere with hearts and cause heart disease and death. Bortkiewicz et al. (1995, 1996, 1997) and Szmigielski et al. (1998) found that RF exposure altered heart rate variability and blood pressure. Forman et al.(1982) present case studies of microwave exposed personnel with induced hypertension. Braune et al. (1998) showed that cell phone significantly increased blood pressure. Savitz et al. (1999) found a highly significant dose response relationship for mortality from Arrhythmia related heart disease and heart attack (Acute Myocardial Infarction) for exposed electrical occupations and for individual occupations of electrician, lineman and power plant operator.
Hamburger, Logue and Silverman (1983) observed significant dose responses for heart disease for male physiotherapists as a function of treatments per month with microwaves, OR = 2.51 (1.09-5.78), Trend p<0.05); shortwave, OR = 3.40 (1.56-7.39), trend p=0.005; and Combined Microwave and Shortwave, OR = 2.88 (1.21-6.70), trend p=0.025.
This is a powerful set of epidemiological evidence showing that EMR across the spectrum increases the incidence and mortality from arrhythmia related heart disease and from heart attack. The following graph shows the dose-response curve for Acute Myocardial Infarction (Heart Attack) in electric utility workers, Figure 41.
Figure 41: Acute Myocardial Infarction as a function of cumulative exposure to 60 Hz fields in U.S. electricity utility workers, Savitz et al. (1999).
Savitz et al. (1999) show crude dose responses for Cardiac Arrhythmia related heart disease and a highly significant dose-response, Figure 41, for Heart Attack.
ARPANSA document – Neurological Effects of RFR in Humans doc. Case Reports : Neurological Effects of RFR in Humans
+ info at source: http://www.feb.se/emfguru/EMF/genotoxic/Genotoxic-EMR-paper.htm