Study overviews

Mobile phone related articles are

Epidemiological studies on mobile communications

328 studies in total
  1. 120 studies
  2. 99 studies
  3. 91 studies
  4. 47 studies
  5. 17 studies

Hypersensitivity/well-being/subjective complaints 91 studies in total

Authors Year Study type Study group Observation period Study location Endpoints Parameters
Schüz J et al. 2006 survey men, women October 2003 - March 2005 Germany headache, tiredness, concentration difficulties, increased heart beat, vertigo, impaired vision, loss of appetite, anxiety, and other symptoms, self-classified hypersensitivity, sleep disturbances mobile communications, analog mobile phone, digital mobile phone, mobile phone base station, cordless phone, electric field, magnetic field, 50/60 Hz, power transmission line, electrical substation, 16 2/3 Hz (train), other domestic appliance, residential, personal
Söderqvist F et al. 2008 cross-sectional study men, women, 15–19 years October 2005 Sweden sleep disturbances, health symptoms such as tiredness, stress, headache, anxiety, and concentration difficulties mobile communications, digital mobile phone, GSM, UMTS, NMT, DECT, W-LAN/WiFi, personal, also other exposures without EMF
Zheng F et al. 2015 cross-sectional study children, 9–12 years October 2011 - May 2012 China headache, dizziness, fatigue, feeling low, heart beating fast, sleep disturbances mobile phone, mobile communications
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
Santini R et al. 2002 survey men, women not given France general symptoms (headache, concentration difficulties, loss of memory, tiredness, sleep disturbance); symptoms during use (discomfort, burning sensation of the face, pricking sensation on the ear, warmth of the ear) mobile communications, digital mobile phone, GSM, PC/TV monitor, personal
Santini R et al. 2003 survey men, women not given France symptoms of discomfort, sleep disturbances, fatigue, irritability, headaches, nausea, loss of appetite, depressive tendency, concentration difficulties, memory loss, skin problems, visual + hearing disturbances, dizziness, movement diff, cardiovasc. problems, libido lowering mobile phone base station, mobile communications, residential
Balikci K et al. 2005 survey men, women not given Turkey headache, dizziness, extreme irritation, shaking in the hands, speaking falteringly, forgetfulness, neuro-psychological discomfort, increase in the carelessness, decrease of the reflex and clicking sound in the ears mobile communications, mobile phone, personal
Balik HH et al. 2005 survey men, women not given Turkey blurring of vision, redness on the eyes, vision disturbance, secretion of the eyes, inflammation in the eyes and lacrimation of the eyes 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
Khan MM 2008 survey men, women not given Saudi-Arabia chronic headache, impaired concentration, impaired memory, fatigue, hearing problem, skin disease, warmth around the ear, sleeplessness, self-rated health condition, relation of symptoms to mobile phone use mobile communications, mobile phone, personal