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Calcium (Ca + +) plays a vital role in all cellular exchanges, especially for tissues of the nervous system. It is an important mediator (“second messenger”) of most cellular biochemical reactions. The pituitary gland (the brain), meanwhile, is the center of hormonal regulation. Calcium, with ACTH (see below) are key players in the regulation of hormone-immune systems.
The stress observed in subjects exposed to cell phone radiation causes a strong disruption of intracellular calcium concentration, forcing the organism to implement re-balancing mechanisms. This causes significant cellular stress and leads to the displacement of other ionic charges (mg + + magnesium) whose metabolism is dependent. The presence of the clearing oscillator (CMO) allows a normal calcium rate to be found.