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Study of the influence of electromagnetic fields on Human well-being in buildings of the urban area of Annaba (Algeria)

By: Bouslama Amina, Boukhemis Kaddour, Abdelmelek Hafedh

Key Words: Electromagnetic fields, Well-being, Urban area, Annaba, Algeria

J. Bio. Env. Sci. 15(5), 1-7, November 2019.

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Abstract

In nowadays, wireless communication technologies (Wi-Fi, mobile phone, relay antennas…) have become part of the city’s structure and have shaped a new image of our towns. Although, wireless communication played a leading role in the development of cities and smart-cities around the world. The present study based on a survey evaluating of Human well-being related to electromagnetic fields pollution (EMFP) in the urban area of Annaba (Algeria). A sociological survey conducted on 227 citizens (between 18- 39 years old). The most important results of our investigation demonstrated a correlation between EMFP exposure and Human well-being. In addition, EMFP disrupt physiological parameters leading to tiredness on waking, migraines, insomnia and stress. In conclusion, the EMFP could have a negative impact on Human well-being related to building architecture in Annaba urban area.

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Study of the influence of electromagnetic fields on Human well-being in buildings of the urban area of Annaba (Algeria)

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Bouslama Amina, Boukhemis Kaddour, Abdelmelek Hafedh.
Study of the influence of electromagnetic fields on Human well-being in buildings of the urban area of Annaba (Algeria).
J. Bio. Env. Sci. 15(5), 1-7, November 2019.
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