Study overviews

Mobile phone related articles are

Epidemiological studies on mobile communications

321 studies in total
  1. 118 studies
  2. 98 studies
  3. 87 studies
  4. 46 studies
  5. 17 studies

Hypersensitivity/well-being/subjective complaints 87 studies in total

Authors Year Study type Study group Observation period Study location Endpoints Parameters
Islam SMS 2014 cross-sectional study men, women, ≥ 18 years 2009 Bangladesh headache, dizziness, mood change, anxiety, depression and palpitation, sleep disturbances mobile phone base station, mobile communications, residential
Saxena Y et al. 2014 survey men, women, 16–22 years not given India sleep efficiency, sleep duration, sleep disturbance, sleep latency, daytime dysfunction mobile phone, GSM, mobile communications, personal
Liu H et al. 2014 cross-sectional study men, women, 22–60 years August - September 2011 China sleep quality and sleep duration mobile phone, mobile communications, electric field, magnetic field, 50/60 Hz, occupational, personal
Zheng F et al. 2014 cross-sectional study men, women, children, 12–20 years not stated China inattention mobile phone, mobile communications, personal
Suleiman A et al. 2014 survey men, women, 16–77 years September 2013 Malaysia headache, giddiness, loss of memory, diarrhea, mental slowness, reduction in reaction time, depression, mood swing, fatigue, somnolence, vomiting, palpitation, feverish, insomnia mobile phone base station, mobile communications, residential
Szyjkowska A et al. 2014 survey men, women, 22–44 years 2005 Poland headaches, dizziness, fatigue, concentration difficulties, memory loss, warmth behind ear/on ear, burning skin mobile phone, mobile communications
Baliatsas C et al. 2014 cross-sectional study men, women, ≥ 18 years January 2011 - June 2011 Netherlands 23 symptoms such as headache, fatigue, dizziness, memory or concentration problems, skin symptoms, heart palpitations, ear symptoms, neck or shoulder symptoms, back pain, muscular pain, abdominal/stomach pain, sleep disturbances, electromagnetic hypersensitivity mobile phone, mobile phone base station, mobile communications, W-LAN/WiFi, 50/60 Hz, other domestic appliance, residential, personal, also other exposures without EMF
van Dongen D et al. 2014 cross-sectional study men, women, 18–87 years - Netherlands self-reported non-specific symptoms (e.g., headache, fatigue, back pain, nausea, dizziness, tingling, palpitation), risk perception of EMF in general and of different EMF sources, attribution of symptoms to possible causes, including EMF mobile phone, mobile phone base station, GSM, UMTS, mobile communications, DECT, microw. oven/heating device, magnetic field, 50/60 Hz, power transmission line, residential, personal, also other exposures without EMF
Kücer N et al. 2014 survey men, women, children, 9–80 years 2011 Turkey headache, vertigo/dizziness, fatigue, forgetfulness, insomnia, tension-anxiety, joint and bone pain, lacrimation of the eyes, hearing loss and tinnitus, insomnia mobile phone, mobile communications, personal
Gomez-Perretta C et al. 2013 cross-sectional study men, women, 15–81 years January 2001 Spain fatigue, irritability, headache, nausea, lack of appetite, depression, lack of concentration, memory loss, skin alterations, visual disturbances, vertigo, vascular alterations, hearing problems, walking difficulty, sleep disturbances mobile phone base station, GSM, mobile communications, residential