This article is about Nuclear Effects.
Naturally, the human body has mechanisms to protect themselves from cell damage from radiation and other harmful chemicals. However, radiation at some level can not be tolerated by the body with the mechanisms.
Our body when exposed to nuclear radiation, will not cause stimulation of taste. Another case when exposed to heat. As a result, damage due to radiation exposure can not be perceived as valid, but afterwards. Chemistry or physics of balance disorders in a cell will destroy the ability to function normally.
Nuclear radiation has a short wave or high-energy. With only one particle is enough to destroy or damage a cell. Therefore we need to prevent or avoid the radiation of any origin,
although even the smallest radiation. However, it is not possible we can avoid all the radiation in the world today. From it, the International Commission on Radiation Protection has given advice on safety standards and radiation limits are allowed.
In general there are 3 factors that influence the impact of nuclear radiation. All three include the total radiation that is contaminated, how close to the radiation source and the last is how long the victim contaminated by radiation.
These three factors will determine what the impact will be felt by victims. High radiation can directly trigger a direct impact moment can be known, while radiation can trigger unconscious long-term effects are usually even more dangerous.
Momentary or short-term impact due to high radiation in the vicinity of nuclear reactors are as follows.
1. Nausea vomiting
Meanwhile, the emerging impact of exposure to nuclear radiation during several days of them are as follows.
1. Dizzy, dizzy eye
2. Disorientation or confusion determine direction
3. Weak, tired and looked listless
4. Hair loss and baldness
5. Vomiting blood or dysentery
6. Low blood pressure
7. Hard to heal wounds.
The impact of chronic long-term alias of nuclear radiation would generally be triggered by low levels of radiation that is not realized and are not anticipated until the years. Some of the lethal effects of nuclear radiation exposure due to long-term agreements are as follows.
2. Premature aging
3. Nervous system disorders and reproductive
4. Genetic Mutation