Research by Australian experts on the human health and structure of mobile phones has stunned people, with experts saying that excessive use of mobile phones affects health but severely affects the lower back of the skull because Constantly bending the neck, a thin horn-like bulge forms on the bone of the said part.
Experts call the horn-like protrusion in the bone at the bottom of the back of the skull (this bone a patella) ‘enlarged external oxy-petal protuberance’ or EEOP for short.
In this regard, Australian experts surveyed 1,200 men and women between the ages of 18 and 86 who use mobile phones and found that 33% of them had abnormal bone growth in the skull.
A similar survey was conducted in Canada in which 68% of students complained of severe neck and head pain.
Australian experts say that if mobile phone use is not stopped or reduced, there is a risk of further complications and even disability in those affected.