This leads to the fact that the brain is in permanent waiting, and the prefrontal cortex, which is responsible for such higher-order functions as self-reflection, will, abstract thinking, self-perception and metacognition, ceases to function in full.
But that doesn't mean mobile phone radiation has no effect on the brain at all. Previous research has found evidence that it can change our brainwaves. And now, a new study co-authored by Röösli has found a link between mobile phones like Samsung mobile in Pakistan use and adverse effects on young people's memory retention.
The affects of cell phone radiation on our brain and body. ... The inconclusive status has already moved The World Health Organization (WHO) classifies cell phone radiation as a “possible human carcinogen” due to an increased risk of brain cancer from long-term and heavy use of cell phones.
If a person is busy with something and is interrupted by a phone call or viewing a message, his gray matter begins to work in multitasking conditions. This causes an increase in the stress hormone cortisol and a decrease in the joy hormone dopamine.
Frequent changes in the level of these hormones can accumulate stress and lead to mental problems. Chronic stress can lead to inexplicable aggressiveness or, conversely, apathy, inattention, weakening of memory, tearfulness, nervousness, fussiness, anxiety, craving for alcohol and smoking, causeless mood swings.