Klaus Buchner, Strasbergerstraße; Dr. Horst Eger (correspondence).
This long-term study over one and a half years shows a significant activation of the 60 participants´ adrenergic systems after the installation of a regional mobile telephone transmitting station in the village of Rimbach (Bavaria). The values of the stress hormones adrenaline and noradrenaline grow significantly during the first six months after starting the GSM transmitter; the values of the precursor substance dopamine decreases substantially after the beginning of the radiation (Wilcoxon test, p<0,0002). The initial condition is not restored even after one and a half years. Due to the not regulable chronic difficulties of the stress balance, the phenylethylamine (PEA) values drop until the end of the research period (Wilcoxon test, p<0,0001).The effects show a dose effect relation and are situated far
under the valid limits for technical high-frequency stress. Chronic dysregulations of the catecholamine system have a substantial health relevance and cause health damages in the long run.