Study of Electromagnetic Fields and Effects on the Human Body
Torres Ortiz, Sheilly
Exposure of radio frequencies electromagnetic fields (EMF) in recent decades, demands has increased. Bringing new variables into the effects of EMF with human bodies. Our objective is to present an approach into the effects of EMF and how it reaches human beings. Moreover, with higher demand comes interests on health influence, social and scientific backup, the standards must be met. Previous research on EMF has relied on the magnitude and environment effects. EMF in human environment have been in past research studies yet, most of the research targeting effects, the most influential process impacts on direct tissue on living organisms. We used data from the college library database to decompose the relationship between electromagnetic fields and the human body. Which learning established standards EMF is based on thermal effect. Base on standards it is well known how weak EMF can cause different effects in the body cells, tissues and organs. However, the symptoms seen from EMF are hardly factors occurs simultaneously in human environment. Contrary to often assumptions, the rise of demand in EMF search has gotten new research studies and often overlooked symptoms to be taken seriously. Our findings based on the study from the Iowa State University of Science and Technology indicates general electromagnetic fields exposure cannot exceed 0.1 mT (or 1000 mG) with the rise in EMF requests new trials and with this new research opportunities to show the process generated and effects in full research backup, explained by our hypotheses centered on the effects on the human body.