This follow-up study of 60 participants over one and a half years claims to show a significant effect on the adrenergic system after the installation of a new cell phone base station in the village of Rimbach (Bavaria).

After the activation of the GSM base station, the study found the levels of the stress hormones adrenaline and noradrenaline increased significantly during the first six months; the levels of the precursor dopamine decreased substantially. The initial levels were not restored even after one and a half years. As an indicator of the dysregulated chronic imbalance of the stress system, the phenylethylamine (PEA) levels dropped significantly until the end of the study period…

Although participants maintained their usual lifestyle, they developed chronic stress with a primary increase in adrenaline/noradrenaline and a subsequent decrease in dopamine in response to the microwave exposure from the newly installed cell phone base station. During the stage of counter-regulation, the “trace amine” PEA decreases and remains decreased…

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Impact of cell phone base station on body’s adrenergic system

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