DNA breakage and the injurious effects on the brain
DNA is the foundation of all cell function, integrity and longevity.
DNA is constantly remodeling and repairing from multiple insults and exposures. DNA has repair mechanisms that are initiated by human defenses. Occasional breaks in DNA are typical and can happen through routine exposure and initiated defenses in repair address these breaks avoiding serious harm and risk. Traumatic injury and neuroinflammation associated with toxic exposure impose severe stress upon DNA architecture initiating a breakage that has severe impact upon brain health.
Exposures to high electromagnetic fields overexpose DNA causing high insult and problematic breakage leading to serious mutations that can lead to cancer, neurodegenerative risk, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson disease, brain related fatigue, memory and sleep pattern disturbances, sensory and mood disturbances and other nervous system disorders.
Growing numbers of “electromagnetic hypersensitive” (EHS) people worldwide self-report severely disabling, multi-organ, non- specific symptoms when exposed to electromagnetic radiation, EHS is classified as a “sensitivity-related illness” within chronic inflammatory disorders but still lacks validated diagnostic parameters and management guidelines. Genetic variation analysis in assessing key gene functions involved in protections against overexposure can prove invaluable in developing specific diagnostic parameters and actionable treatment.
With the explosive increase in exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) emitted by mobile phones, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and other laptop devices, public concerns have grown over the last few decades with regard to the potential effects of EMF exposure on the nervous system in the brain. An interesting study cites increased evidence to autophagy and apoptosis effecting the brain and nervous system.
EMF/UV Exposure, Disease, and Bio-Instability…
These symptoms are associated with toxic exposure and give warning that there needs to be proper identification and actionable measures to avoid high risk of serious disease caused by toxic exposure to EMF, radio frequency pollution and UV radiation.
Neurodegenerative Disease Risk / Alzheimer’s / Parkinson’s / Dementia
Neurodegenerative disease including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson disease can be the serious consequences of UV /EMF overexposure. Genetic susceptibility and the identification of gene / variant vulnerabilities is a prudent first step in identifying DNA / RNA risk.
Neuroinflammation and Neurotransmitter and Blood Brain Barrier Stability
Neuroinflammation is a genetically controlled immune response to injury in response to exposure trauma impacts neurotransmitter synaptic control and homeostasis. Environmental exposure risk creates synaptic neurotoxic reactivity. Genetic susceptibility to brain inflammation is a crucial clinical consideration.