Metallic Materials Exposure From Mobile Phones And Computers Can Increase Risk Of Stroke?

It might sound a bit strange considering that stroke is usually associated with blood pressure and nerve function. But recently a study found that metallic materials exposure from phone and computer can also increase the risk of stroke.

Metallic material in question is tungsten. Actually when breathing air, drinking water or eating certain foods, each person can be exposed to tungsten, although the levels are very small. Researchers observed an increase in the amount of use of tungsten found in electronic devices such as cell phones and computers. Although practically explanation is now very little, but this proved that exposure continues to increase over time.

But according to experts, the risk of stroke caused by exposure to tungsten from the use of computers and cell phones seem to not have much to worry about. Because the metal composition of those products will never be touched by the user hands directly.

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