Thursday, 30 May 2013

Top 10 Negative Effects of Radiation from X-Rays, CT Scans, MRI's & PETScans

Top 10 Negative Effects of Radiation from X-Rays, CT Scans, MRI's & PET Scans
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Here are some simple lay NO-RAD-ZONE notes on the Top 10 negative effects of radiation from CT Scans, X-rays, MRI and PET Scans.

Learn: The Top 10 negative effect of radiation and how to protect your DNA with nutritional supplements. Body Scans effect health. Radiation causes cancer and death from DNA damage. Radiation causes internal damage, genetic birth defects, Teratogenic Effects, Poor Immunity, Radiation Sickness, Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting and Emotional Stress.

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Let it be known: for survivors of radiation exposure, diseases such as leukemia, lung cancer, thyroid cancer, breast cancer, and cancers of other organs can appear due to exposure to radiation.

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Death Very high levels of radiation exposure often lead to death within a few days or weeks.
Cancer It’s estimated that about 0.4 percent of all cancers in the United States may be attributable to the radiation from CT studies. A surge in the use of CT scans in the last 25 years has led to millions of patients per year being unnecessarily exposed to dangerous radiation that increases their risk of cancer, according to a paper published in the New England Journal of Medicine.
DNA damage can bring about cell mutation, cell suicide and random cell division.
Internal Damage Inflammation of the sac around the heart, respiratory failure, and vision impairment are all possible symptoms of radiation exposure. Can cause extensive internal damage to nerve cells and the cells that line the digestive tract. Extensive internal damage from radiation results in a loss of white blood cells and temporary hair loss.
Genetic and Birth Defects Please notify and consult with your physician if you are pregnant or lactating and you are undergoing a body image scan. Radiation can cause changes to the genetic makeup of cells, leading to the development of cancer. Birth Defects from radiation include: Abnormal growth, mental retardation, poorly formed eyes, a small head and childhood cancers.
Teratogenic Effects These are radiation effects on the fetus. Fetal DNA is more vulnerable and is easily damaged by radiation. Common examples of the effects of radiation on fetal DNA include, short stature, abnormal organ position as well as abnormal organ size. Other changes can be less obvious and include diseases that affect cell life, metabolism and energy storage. In either case, these changes can lead to extremely severe birth defects and the death of the baby.
Poor Immunity, disrupted white blood cell activity, poor liver function, inflamed cells, poor quality muscle mass and fluid imbalances are a few negative side effects of X-Ray’s, CT Scans, MRI’s & Pet Scans.
Radiation Sickness or Radiation Poisoning is the term used to describe the damaging effects of large doses of radiation on the body, such as after a nuclear bomb explosion or nuclear reactor explosion.
Nausea, Diarrhea, and Vomiting Smaller, but still significant, doses of radiation cause nausea, diarrhea, vomiting and fatigue as well as confusion and decreased organ function.
Psychological and behavioral effects of radiation exposure are complaints among A-bomb survivors. Neurotic symptoms, including general fatigue, amnesia, and lack of concentration as well as other symptoms commonly associated with autonomic nerve imbalance, such as palpitation or a sense of burning or chill. Fear of the effects of radiation from getting a body scan is a health concern in itself. Coping with having scans done in the past is a challenge. The only way to emotionally deal with a body scan is to be educated and PREPARE AND PROTECT OUR LOVED ONES AS WELL AS OURSELVES.

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