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Snowflake
02-02-2006, 08:18 PM
:sl:

A couple of years ago, I'd wake up with the worst headaches ever. One day I woke up without a headache and after some thinking, I realised that the previous night, I'd forgotten to put my mobile near my pillow.

I wondered if that had made the difference, but I wasn't convinced. I did the same the next night and the night after. No more headaches. I was surprised. I put this on health message board and a radiographer replied to my post. He said my headaches were most probably linked with my mobile being so close to my head and that a neurosurgeon in the same hospital as him had told him that many cases of brain tumours they dealt with, were caused directly by the use of mobile phones.

It's best to use a head-set and texting is also a safer option. Don't listen to mobile phone companies telling you mobile phones are safe. It's a cover up, as it could result in loss of revenue for them. As necessary as they have become for todays living, they are still a hazard to your health.

Recent studies confirm that cell and cordless phone microwave can:

Damage nerves in the scalp
Cause blood cells to leak hemoglobin
Cause memory loss and mental confusion
Cause headaches and induce extreme fatigue
Create joint pain, muscle spasms and tremors
Create burning sensation and rash on the skin
Alter the brain's electrical activity during sleep
Induce ringing ! in the ears, impair sense of smell
Precipitate cataracts, retina damage and eye cancer
Open the blood-brain barrier to viruses and toxins
Reduce the number and efficiency of white blood cells
Stimulate asthma by producing histamine in mast cells
Cause digestive problems and raise bad cholesterol levels
Stress the endocrine system, especially pancreas, thyroid, ovaries, testes


No need to bin your phones though. Just use with care. Switch off when not in use and text instead of talk.

:w:

http://www.cam.net.uk/home/nimmann/e...ile-phones.htm
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Salaam
02-02-2006, 08:23 PM
Salaam,

Jazek'Allah for the important info sister...
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Ghazi
02-02-2006, 08:25 PM
Salaam

Didn't the phone companies just say it their were no links between cancer and mobile phones.
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Muezzin
02-02-2006, 08:28 PM
Originally Posted by islam-truth
Salaam

Didn't the phone companies just say it their were no links between cancer and mobile phones.
But then they would. :p
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Ghazi
02-02-2006, 08:30 PM
Originally Posted by Muezzin
But then they would. :p
Salaam

I get yeah, and wouldn't be suprised imagine all the money they would loose.
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iqbal_ibn_adam
02-02-2006, 09:42 PM
true say

Later they will jus say recent studies show this or that.
but they will never say u can get cancer
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Tasneem
02-03-2006, 07:03 PM
Originally Posted by Nadia Waheed
:sl:

A couple of years ago, I'd wake up with the worst headaches ever. One day I woke up without a headache and after some thinking, I realised that the previous night, I'd forgotten to put my mobile near my pillow.

I wondered if that had made the difference, but I wasn't convinced. I did the same the next night and the night after. No more headaches. I was surprised. I put this on health message board and a radiographer replied to my post. He said my headaches were most probably linked with my mobile being so close to my head and that a neurosurgeon in the same hospital as him had told him that many cases of brain tumours they dealt with, were caused directly by the use of mobile phones.

It's best to use a head-set and texting is also a safer option. Don't listen to mobile phone companies telling you mobile phones are safe. It's a cover up, as it could result in loss of revenue for them. As necessary as they have become for todays living, they are still a hazard to your health.

Recent studies confirm that cell and cordless phone microwave can:

Damage nerves in the scalp
Cause blood cells to leak hemoglobin
Cause memory loss and mental confusion
Cause headaches and induce extreme fatigue
Create joint pain, muscle spasms and tremors
Create burning sensation and rash on the skin
Alter the brain's electrical activity during sleep
Induce ringing ! in the ears, impair sense of smell
Precipitate cataracts, retina damage and eye cancer
Open the blood-brain barrier to viruses and toxins
Reduce the number and efficiency of white blood cells
Stimulate asthma by producing histamine in mast cells
Cause digestive problems and raise bad cholesterol levels
Stress the endocrine system, especially pancreas, thyroid, ovaries, testes


No need to bin your phones though. Just use with care. Switch off when not in use and text instead of talk.

:w:

http://www.cam.net.uk/home/nimmann/e...ile-phones.htm
Yeah mashallah thats why my mom
Does not like cell phones.

She says they affect the brain

But i have a boost mobile and i can talk
With it away from my ear Al-Hamdudillah.

Shurkran 4 the infomation

My aunt has a mobile phone inshallah i will tell her



SaLaMz
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akulion
02-03-2006, 07:14 PM
sleeping with your mobile phone next to your head is just askin for it :p

its like sleeping with yout TV under ur pillow lol

jazak Allah khair for the info
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Blue_Moon
02-03-2006, 07:20 PM
Originally Posted by Nadia Waheed
:sl:

A couple of years ago, I'd wake up with the worst headaches ever. One day I woke up without a headache and after some thinking, I realised that the previous night, I'd forgotten to put my mobile near my pillow.

I wondered if that had made the difference, but I wasn't convinced. I did the same the next night and the night after. No more headaches. I was surprised. I put this on health message board and a radiographer replied to my post. He said my headaches were most probably linked with my mobile being so close to my head and that a neurosurgeon in the same hospital as him had told him that many cases of brain tumours they dealt with, were caused directly by the use of mobile phones.

It's best to use a head-set and texting is also a safer option. Don't listen to mobile phone companies telling you mobile phones are safe. It's a cover up, as it could result in loss of revenue for them. As necessary as they have become for todays living, they are still a hazard to your health.

Recent studies confirm that cell and cordless phone microwave can:

Damage nerves in the scalp
Cause blood cells to leak hemoglobin
Cause memory loss and mental confusion
Cause headaches and induce extreme fatigue
Create joint pain, muscle spasms and tremors
Create burning sensation and rash on the skin
Alter the brain's electrical activity during sleep
Induce ringing ! in the ears, impair sense of smell
Precipitate cataracts, retina damage and eye cancer
Open the blood-brain barrier to viruses and toxins
Reduce the number and efficiency of white blood cells
Stimulate asthma by producing histamine in mast cells
Cause digestive problems and raise bad cholesterol levels
Stress the endocrine system, especially pancreas, thyroid, ovaries, testes


No need to bin your phones though. Just use with care. Switch off when not in use and text instead of talk.

:w:

http://www.cam.net.uk/home/nimmann/e...ile-phones.htm


:sl:


THERE IS ONE PHONE AND IT IS CALLED BOOST MOBILE AND YOU DONT HAVE

TO PUT IT UP TO YOUR EAR......


IT COAST 100$.....


GET IT TODAY....



:sl:


PS:I AM ISLAM MAN BUT I GOT A NEW NAME:)
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Blue_Moon
02-03-2006, 07:23 PM
Originally Posted by Tasneem
Yeah mashallah thats why my mom
Does not like cell phones.

She says they affect the brain

But i have a boost mobile and i can talk
With it away from my ear Al-Hamdudillah.

Shurkran 4 the infomation

My aunt has a mobile phone inshallah i will tell her



SaLaMz



YES SHE DO. I PUT THE SAME THING I. I HAVE A BOOST MOBILE TO... IT IS A I285...YOURS IS A I215


:sl:


PS:WE ARE BORS AND SIS:giggling:
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afriend
02-03-2006, 07:30 PM
Always knew speakin on the phone was bad for ya!

Jazakallah sister.= for the info.
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akulion
02-03-2006, 07:34 PM
just get a sony ericsson k750i with speaker phone :p

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iqbal_ibn_adam
02-03-2006, 07:52 PM
yeah i tried it last nite after reading the first article, and it did wok
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Snowflake
02-03-2006, 07:59 PM
You mean it worked as in you slept with ur phone under ur pillow and you got a headache? :confused:
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iqbal_ibn_adam
02-03-2006, 08:35 PM
Originally Posted by Nadia Waheed
You mean it worked as in you slept with ur phone under ur pillow and you got a headache? :confused:

sorry what i ment is that normaly i have my mobi phns nx to me when i sleep coz of alarm etc. Last nite i didn't do that and woke up without headache.:)
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cookie_doh
02-03-2006, 08:43 PM
thnx 4 d info
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Snowflake
02-03-2006, 10:01 PM
Originally Posted by iqbal_ibn_adam
sorry what i ment is that normaly i have my mobi phns nx to me when i sleep coz of alarm etc. Last nite i didn't do that and woke up without headache.:)
Oh ok bro. I hope we got enough brain cells left :D
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afriend
02-03-2006, 10:06 PM
but i don't understand, why would they be putting radio active stuff in phones, if they knew it was giving ppl headaches, the human rights would be on their case by now.
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Snowflake
02-03-2006, 11:17 PM
Phones work by radio waves, which is radiation. The same radiation is transmitted from microwave ovens, x-rays, ultra-violet light etc etc. It's not really an issue of human rights, as it's our choice to use them and no human right is being violated. In fact if people were stopped from using mobiles then ppl would say that their rights to use them are being violated.
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Tasneem
02-03-2006, 11:21 PM
Originally Posted by Nadia Waheed
Phones work by radio waves, which is radiation. The same radiation is transmitted from microwave ovens, x-rays, ultra-violet light etc etc. It's not really an issue of human rights, as it's our choice to use them and no human right is being violated. In fact if people were stopped from using mobiles then ppl would say that their rights to use them are being violated.
Yeah my cousin was saying yesterday that

His father does not want him to have a cell phone because
Of the dangers.

But my aunty told him that its okay and that he can have one.

SaLaMz
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Ghazi
02-03-2006, 11:23 PM
Salaam

Are the leatest blue tooth Head seats safe
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Lina
02-03-2006, 11:30 PM
Originally Posted by akulion
sleeping with your mobile phone next to your head is just askin for it :p

its like sleeping with yout TV under ur pillow lol

jazak Allah khair for the info
:sl:

nu-uh!

:w:
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- Qatada -
02-03-2006, 11:33 PM
:wasalamex


People mainly keep it under their pillow because they get texts at night.. or get called. So shutting it off, will kinda make it hard to realise that you got incoming texts/calls (lol and dont ask why people will get em at nite :p) buh thats jus how it iz..

Its true though, u can get major headaches, and its really tough to sleep when the phone is right beside your head.


:salamext:
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Tasneem
02-03-2006, 11:35 PM
Well i turn my phone off

I mean really who is going to call you at night????

And anyway i have a ummmm..message machine on my phone

So i can just call em back

SaLaMz
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sapphire
02-03-2006, 11:35 PM
uh oh ! i sleep with 2 sometimes 3 mobiles by my head....n i use them for alarms n stuff........ooops ! n then i spend the day sleeping due to migranes........i should put them else where tday inshallah will make a difference......of n my arms kill like anything(the joints).....im a text maniac.....text loadssss......
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Lina
02-03-2006, 11:41 PM
Originally Posted by Fi_Sabilillah
:wasalamex


People mainly keep it under their pillow because they get texts at night.. or get called. So shutting it off, will kinda make it hard to realise that you got incoming texts/calls (lol and dont ask why people will get em at nite :p) buh thats jus how it iz..

Its true though, u can get major headaches, and its really tough to sleep when the phone is right beside your head.


:salamext:
:sl:

I need my alarm.
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Snowflake
02-03-2006, 11:54 PM
Originally Posted by islam-truth
Salaam

Are the leatest blue tooth Head seats safe
I wouldn't say 'safe' but 'safer' than having having the phone next to your head. Isn't bluetooth a relatively new technology? So I guess there's not much research done on it's effects on health yet. I'd say there is no such thing as being 100% safe.
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Snowflake
02-03-2006, 11:59 PM
Originally Posted by Fi_Sabilillah
:wasalamex


People mainly keep it under their pillow because they get texts at night.. or get called. So shutting it off, will kinda make it hard to realise that you got incoming texts/calls (lol and dont ask why people will get em at nite :p) buh thats jus how it iz..

Its true though, u can get major headaches, and its really tough to sleep when the phone is right beside your head.


:salamext:

Lol, that made me laugh! Seriously though some of us are just too lazy even to stretch our arm more than necessary, hence keeping it under the pillow :P
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Blue_Moon
02-04-2006, 12:09 AM
Originally Posted by Tasneem
Well i turn my phone off

I mean really who is going to call you at night????

And anyway i have a ummmm..message machine on my phone

So i can just call em back

SaLaMz
:sl:



YEAH SHE SAID THAT BUT HE SAID HE HAD TO LISTEN TO HIS DAD

:sl:
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Snowflake
02-04-2006, 12:17 AM
Originally Posted by Tasneem
Well i turn my phone off

I mean really who is going to call you at night????

And anyway i have a ummmm..message machine on my phone

So i can just call em back

SaLaMz
I turn mine off too. Anyway my message alert sounds like a rocket going off (a loud scream) it's enough to waken the dead. Astaghfirullah :X
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Snowflake
02-04-2006, 12:47 AM
How is a boost mobile different to other mobiles?
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Tasneem
02-09-2006, 09:13 PM
Originally Posted by Nadia Waheed
How is a boost mobile different to other mobiles?
With a boost Mobile you can turn it on speaker
And then talk without putting it to your ear
And it also has a walkie-Talkie

SaLaMz:) :sister:
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Snowflake
02-09-2006, 09:38 PM
Oh right sis. Tnx for replying. My phone does have a speaker, so I think that's good enough. And the walkie-talkie feature? Wow I'd never heard of it. But I did see one mobile a few days ago with an electric shaver built into it lololol.
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Tasneem
02-09-2006, 09:53 PM
Originally Posted by Nadia Waheed
Oh right sis. Tnx for replying. My phone does have a speaker, so I think that's good enough. And the walkie-talkie feature? Wow I'd never heard of it. But I did see one mobile a few days ago with an electric shaver built into it lololol.
Yeah they make the walike-Talkie
In the phone and guess what?

Its only $1.50 a day!!!!

And they give you free min.on weekends

But they take them back:rollseyes :grumbling :heated:


Click here if you want to see the pic of it inshallah:

www.inew.import.ru/020720042395/i285-2.jpg

Blue_Moon has that one

And i have this one inshallah:

www.cgi.ebay.com/boost_Mobile-i415-Brand-new-nextel-sprint-prepaid-NR_w0qqitem258639q2Catergory zg435qqrd

My wall paper is diffrent
I have one that has a pig with a crown and below it it says
Princess Amina

SaLaMz
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edil
02-09-2006, 10:53 PM
Thanks for sharing sis.
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Muezzin
02-14-2006, 09:59 PM
Originally Posted by Nadia Waheed
How is a boost mobile different to other mobiles?
Because it's been 'boosted' off the 'back of a lorry' ;)
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Snowflake
02-14-2006, 10:50 PM
loooolz ;D
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Sub-Zero
02-14-2006, 10:55 PM
Originally Posted by Nadia Waheed

Recent studies confirm that cell and cordless phone microwave can:

Damage nerves in the scalp
Cause blood cells to leak hemoglobin
Cause memory loss and mental confusion
Cause headaches and induce extreme fatigue
Create joint pain, muscle spasms and tremors
Create burning sensation and rash on the skin
Alter the brain's electrical activity during sleep
Induce ringing ! in the ears, impair sense of smell
Precipitate cataracts, retina damage and eye cancer
Open the blood-brain barrier to viruses and toxins
Reduce the number and efficiency of white blood cells
Stimulate asthma by producing histamine in mast cells
Cause digestive problems and raise bad cholesterol levels
Stress the endocrine system, especially pancreas, thyroid, ovaries, testes
good thing I don't have one yet :happy:
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Snowflake
02-14-2006, 10:59 PM
I only use mine for the alarm :)
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Fatimab
02-15-2006, 03:07 AM
Jazaka Allah khair for that cause hmm i use to put the phone under my pillow.
Anyways i have my very own website. CHECK IT OUT
www.beauty-soul.blinkz.com

Take care
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afriend2
02-15-2006, 02:44 PM
salaam,

i guess i consider myself lucky, because im not allowed a mobile phone!!

wassalam
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Ru'ya
02-15-2006, 03:22 PM
jazak allah khair sister nadia
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handhuvar
02-28-2006, 03:46 PM
Originally Posted by Muslimah_Sis
:sl:

A couple of years ago, I'd wake up with the worst headaches ever. One day I woke up without a headache and after some thinking, I realised that the previous night, I'd forgotten to put my mobile near my pillow.

I wondered if that had made the difference, but I wasn't convinced. I did the same the next night and the night after. No more headaches. I was surprised. I put this on health message board and a radiographer replied to my post. He said my headaches were most probably linked with my mobile being so close to my head and that a neurosurgeon in the same hospital as him had told him that many cases of brain tumours they dealt with, were caused directly by the use of mobile phones.

It's best to use a head-set and texting is also a safer option. Don't listen to mobile phone companies telling you mobile phones are safe. It's a cover up, as it could result in loss of revenue for them. As necessary as they have become for todays living, they are still a hazard to your health.

Recent studies confirm that cell and cordless phone microwave can:

Damage nerves in the scalp
Cause blood cells to leak hemoglobin
Cause memory loss and mental confusion
Cause headaches and induce extreme fatigue
Create joint pain, muscle spasms and tremors
Create burning sensation and rash on the skin
Alter the brain's electrical activity during sleep
Induce ringing ! in the ears, impair sense of smell
Precipitate cataracts, retina damage and eye cancer
Open the blood-brain barrier to viruses and toxins
Reduce the number and efficiency of white blood cells
Stimulate asthma by producing histamine in mast cells
Cause digestive problems and raise bad cholesterol levels
Stress the endocrine system, especially pancreas, thyroid, ovaries, testes


No need to bin your phones though. Just use with care. Switch off when not in use and text instead of talk.

:w:

http://www.cam.net.uk/home/nimmann/e...ile-phones.htm

:sl:

thats right and thanx for the info
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