group of researchers from the UK Health Protection Agency (Health Protection Agency) warned that the ultraviolet radiation emitted by a widespread energy-saving lamps, can lead to reddening of the skin.As informs on the pages an Internet resource medportal.ru, according to experts, in this case the greatest danger faced by people with excessive sensitivity of the skin, as well as patients suffering from various dermatological diseases.
Author works emphasize that this warning only applies to only the so-called "open" energy-saving lamps, which are a well-discernible eye spiral.A study by British scientists suggest that these lamps produce the same amount of ultraviolet radiation that a person can get outdoors on a lovely sunny summer day.However, experts are inclined to think that such radiation causes skin irritation, in no way associated with an increased risk of skin cancer.
results of the study, which is in question here, show that skin redness can occur only if the person is quite close to the ene
British experts also point out that they do not completely get rid of the call for energy-saving lamps, in order to protect themselves from the harmful effects of ultraviolet radiation.In their opinion, not enough to be in the vicinity of the light source, and if for some reason it is impossible, it is better to give preference to so-called "tight" lamps, which are covered with an additional layer of glass.
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