Health News of Tuesday, 11 September 2012
Source: The Sun
Kofi Safo-Antwi & Dominic Jale
Next time you select an alert signal on your cell phone, be particularly mindful that selecting the VIBRATION option has the propensity to cause LOW SPERM COUNT on your reproductive system.
According to a study undertaken by the director of the much-acclaimed OSENE ADIKANFO FAITH HERBAL CLINIC in Kumasi, Mr. Kwaku Adomako, the closer the handset is to the body the more harmful toxic elements in the facility react negatively towards it.
Dilating over the issue with THE SUN at his Kwabenya branch office in Accra, herbalist Adomako whose specialty in herbal medicines include the production of local contraceptives said, he undertook the study because just too many patients (especially newly-weds) were turning up at his clinic these days with low sperm complications.
According to him, his study concentrated on a 50 people who patronized the two gadgets on the one hand and yet another group of 50 that did not have the luxury to come into contact with them, over a two-year period and was dead-ready to submit to any scientific verification.
A DEEPER LIFE Christian of many years, he told of how by divine direction he chose the CELL PHONE and LAPTOP computer as subjects of research, to help with his study only to arrive at the alarming finding.
Herbalist Adomako revealed rather disturbingly that it turned out while on the research prowl that, all afflicted patients either used cell phones strapped to their bodies, or used laptops quite close to their laps in everyday deliberations.
“Just like electricity, the cell phone or laptop has certain invisible elements embedded in their antenna which in most cases, are in-built which are harmful to the human body. The end result is that the long-term user demonstrates symptoms of fatigue, nausea and a reduction in the quality and magnitude of the spermatozoa”, herbalist Adomako revealed rather alarmingly.
He further cautioned against receiving calls on the cell phone at a time the bucketing rains are accompanied by lightning and thunder, and advised that it is always best to swish off the handset in such situations. Adomako held that, the very gadgets that tend to give society comfort and sophistication have a very destructive effect on the human body and cautioned against fixing the gadgets so close to sensitive parts of the body.
A driver by first-trade, herbalist Adomako told THE SUN that he waved goodbye to the profession in 1975 and by divine direction, turned his attention and focus on herbal medicines. His OSENE ADIKANFO CLINIC which has a number of preparations under its belt is credited with the now popular OXPLAN AFTER 10, an oral contraceptive that undertakes the duo-task of preventing conception yet fights against menstrual pains, which the established medical world refers to as dysmendrrhoea.