QLink Technology helps to protect normal brain cell function in the presence of Mobile Phones
The study of brain changes in 24 normal adults, conducted by Dr Rodney Croft, at the Brain & Behaviour Research Institute at the University of Wollongong, Australia, in collaboration with the Dept of Cognitive Neuroscience and Behaviour at Imperial College Medical School, London and the department of Psychology at Coventry University, England, indicated that wearing the QLink reduced the effects of active mobile phones on human brain cells.
Dr Tykeeta Reye tested 40 locations throughout the body to determine their resilience and resistance response to applied stress. 18 subjects were measured and the results were averaged.
After wearing the QLink for 2 minutes, the number of body locations with optimal resilience to the effects of stress increases by 292%. Not only does the QLink dramatically increase resilience in the presence of applied stress, it even surpasses the baseline (where no stress was applied) by 41%.