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Envirochip diminishes impact of mobile phone radiations on human brain: AIIMS Study

New Delhi: A joint study conducted by All Indian Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and Syenergy Environics Ltd analysed the effect of mobile phone radiations on human brain activity, and the efficacy of Envirochip in mitigating its adverse impact. The study interprets the changes in the frequencies during the Electroencephalography (EEG) test as scientific evidence of the impact on human brain activity due to exposure to Radiofrequency radiations (RFR) used in mobile communication.

Commenting on the study, Ajay Poddar, Managing Director, Syenergy Environics Ltd said, “Since the brain has greater exposure to these radiofrequency radiations than the rest of the body while using a mobile phone, it becomes all the more important to analyse the effect of these RFR on brain activity or EEG.”

As a part of the study protocol, EEG was recorded for 80 minutes with a five-minute interval between each condition for each subject. Cleaned data was extracted from the Net station tool and power spectrum analysis was done.

The results of the present study have the same findings as previous EEG studies in the research field, which have shown increases in alpha activity due to EMF exposure. Further, the alterations in the theta waves demonstrated in the joint study also confirm the results of the previous studies.

Poddar conveyed that the Envirochip when fixed at a certain location on the electronic devices works by changing the nature of emitted RFR from systemic to random, rendering them non-bio-effective and neutralizing the harmful impact of the mobile phone radiations on the human body.

The study showed that after fixing the Envirochip on the mobile phone during the EEG test, there was a statistically significant improvement in the alpha and theta waves, which are directly related to the brain and relaxation, as compared to the results obtained by using the mobile phone without the chip.

Speaking about the results of the study, Rekha Dwivedi, Department of Neurology, AIIMS said, “Testing conducted at AIIMS established the efficacy/ability of the Envirochip to prevent the damage/stress caused to the brain because of speaking on the mobile phone for prolonged periods.”

Concluding his statements on the results of the study, Poddar said, “The World Health Organization International Agency for Research on Cancer had also classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as Group-2B, possibly carcinogen in 2011. The present study revealed that prolonged exposure to the RFR emitted by mobile phones can affect brain activity and Envirochip has the potential to reduce the excitability in alpha and theta bands.”

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