Dangerous Comes From Up! We All Have It , But They Cause Cancer and Alzheimer !
Energy efficient light bulbs contain mercury. Mercury is a Dangerous powerful neurotoxin that is particularly toxic to children and pregnant women. The stroke is the brain, the nervous system, the liver and the kidneys. They Emitting a large amount of UV rays.
The mercury can also cause damage to the cardiovascular, immune and reproductive system. It can also contribute to tremor, nervousness, insomnia, amnesia, headaches, cancer, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Energy efficient light bulbs can cause:
- Attacks on epilepsy
- Decreased concentration
Energy light bulbs can cause cancer because they contain this Carcinogenic substances !
These lamps can be so poisonous that they should not be thrown into regular trash containers. They represent hazardous waste. If such a lamp breaks you at home, open all the windows and, if possible, leave home for at least fifteen minutes to minimize the exposure to poisonous vapors.
Also:CFL bulbs are dangerous because of ultraviolet radiation leakage.
Two readers pointed with alarm to a 2012 study by Stony Brook University researchers, which found that most CFL bulbs have defects that allow UV radiation to leak at levels that could damage skin cells if a person is directly exposed at close range. The study’s lead researcher, materials science and engineering professor Miriam Rafailovich, told National Geographic News that she believes the defects occur during manufacturing or shipping. “This is something that could be remedied,” she said. In the meantime, she recommends that users shield the bulbs inside fixtures, stay one to two feet away from them, and avoid staring directly into the CFL bulb. That advice is basically consistent with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s safety recommendations. A 2009 Canadian government study found that at distances of more than 11 inches, UV radiation from a CFL isn’t any more than that of a conventional incandescent bulb. From the National Institutes of Health, here’s an analysis of the Stony Brook study and other research on CFLs and UV radiation.
Unfortunately, the bad news is that old bulbs are less produced and could soon be no longer available in free sale.