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Scientists reveal a relationship between colon cancer and smartphones, today, Tuesday, April 13, 2021 5:06 AM
Scientists attribute the reason for this to the blue light emitted from computer screens and smartphones, which is known to negatively affect vision and age the eyes faster, and according to what scientists reported, there may be other serious negative consequences caused by this light, and it can have a major impact on injury Colon and rectal cancer.
Scientists analyzed the data of 2000 people with the aim of studying the effects of blue light on health, and found that people who are exposed to the effects of blue light, either through the use of smartphones or through computers, are at 60 percent more risk of developing colon cancer than people less exposed.
According to what scientists reported, this light can limit the production of melatonin in the body, which is called the sleep hormone, as its concentration increases in the body usually at night, which gives us a feeling of sleepiness and the desire for sound sleep.
On the other hand, the decrease in its production in the body weakens the effect of stimulating sleep, which leads to an imbalance in the biological clock, and all this has a very negative effect on the hormonal balance of a person, which scientists link to an increased risk of cancer through their assertion that the incidence of colon and rectal cancer Associated with night work and circadian rhythm disturbances.
In order to avoid the risks of colon and rectal cancer, the scientists advised that you should exercise for at least 30 minutes a day, maintain a healthy weight, and focus on eating the fiber found in vegetables and legumes. They also warned against smoking, not excessive your consumption of red meat, avoiding sausages, and drinking less As much alcohol as possible.
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