23 May 2012 |H.S. Mohammed et al.|Cairo University| Journal of Advanced Research |
“In the present study, it can be concluded that exposure to electromagnetic radiation in awake animals can alter their subsequent sleep structure. The REM sleep considered to be more sensitive for RF radiation than SWS as indicated from sleep EEG data analyses.
The using of frequencies similar or close to the biological frequencies could result in more adverse effect than other frequencies which lie far from biological frequencies.
The increase in REM latency after irradiation denotes change in the sleep pattern of the exposed animals and provides evidence about the adverse effect of non-thermal electromagnetic radiation fields on brain physiology.” p186