Study overviews

Mobile phone related articles are

Epidemiological studies on mobile communications

324 studies in total
  1. 118 studies
  2. 99 studies
  3. 90 studies
  4. 46 studies
  5. 17 studies

Hypersensitivity/well-being/subjective complaints 90 studies in total

Authors Year Study type Study group Observation period Study location Endpoints Parameters
Eyvazlou M et al. 2016 cross-sectional study men, women, 18–28 years 2014 Iran general health status, somatic symptoms, social dysfunction, anxiety and severe depression, insomnia mobile phone, mobile communications
Davidson HC et al. 2007 survey men, women, 18–30 years not given United Kingdom hearing, tinnitus, and balance difficulties mobile communications, mobile phone, personal
Al-Khlaiwi T et al. 2004 - men, women, 18–42 years 2002 - 2003 Saudi-Arabia sleep disturbances, fatigue, headache, dizziness, tension mobile communications, mobile phone, personal
Meo SA et al. 2005 preliminary study men, women, 18–42 years 2002 - 2004 Saudi-Arabia hearing and vision complaints: earache, heating around the ear, decreased hearing, decreased or blurred vision mobile communications, mobile phone, personal
Meo SA et al. 2005 survey men, women, 18–46 years not given Saudi-Arabia hearing and vision complaints: impaired hearing, ear ache and/or warmth of the ear; decreased vision and/or blurred vision mobile communications, mobile phone, personal
Thomas S et al. 2008 cross-sectional study men, women, 18–65 years January 2005 - August 2006 Germany headache, neurological symptoms (e.g., tinnitus), cardiovascular symptoms (e.g., tachycardia), concentration problems, fatigue, sleep disturbances mobile communications, digital mobile phone, mobile phone base station, GSM, UMTS, DECT, W-LAN/WiFi, personal
Korpinen LH et al. 2009 survey men, women, 18–65 years October 2002 Finland pain in several joints and back, sleep disturbances, self-reported physical symptoms: headache, earache, warmth sensations, skin symptoms, depression, exhaustion at work, substance addiction, anxiety or fear situations mobile phone, mobile communications, personal
Alazawi SA 2011 cross-sectional study men, women, 18–66 years May - June 2010 Iraq headaches, fatigue, depressive tendencies, irritability, feeling of discomfort, loss of appetite, nausea, difficulties in concentration, memory loss, visual disturbances, hearing disturbances, dizziness, cardiovascular problems, lowering of libido, nervousness, sleep disturbances mobile phone base station, mobile communications, residential
Augner C et al. 2009 survey men, women, 18–67 years not stated Austria electromagnetic hypersensitivity, EMF-health concerns; biological parameters alpha-amylase, cortisol, immunoglobulin A, and substance P mobile phone base station, mobile communications, residential
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