The whole fuss about the case started after two women, aged 22 and 44, reported symptoms of temporary blindness, which occurred for 15 minutes in both patients. They neither suffered from any disease, nor underwent any chemo- or antibiotics therapy. Upon detailed examination doctors failed to diagnose the reason and just prescribed women with sedative medicine.
But that was just the beginning, as more people started to complain of similar incidents. A number of tests including MRIs, heart scans, color blindness tests, contact lens eye exams and contrast sensitivity tests were taken by researchers, but things didn’t get any perspective. However, where scientific approach failed, simple lifestyle questioning worked out. Numerous answers about everyday life activities, given by those who experienced that temporary blindness, revealed a shocking truth.
As turns out, nighttime cell phone use isn’t that harmless as you think. The above researchers have come up with a conclusion that using these devices at night may lead to temporary issues, but eventually capable of damaging your eyes even more severely.
And while we’re on the subject, blue cell phone light may be also responsible for other disorders such as obesity, diabetes, heart disease and cancer. These data obviously need further researching, but even the results we have now cause a lot of concern among mobile phone fans.