In the present developed world, all of us are flooded with electromagnetic radiations (EMR) emanating from
generation and transmission of electricity, domestic appliances and industrial equipments, to telecommunications and
broadcasting. We have been exposed to EMR for last many decades; however their recent steady increase from artificial
sources has been reported as millions of antennas and satellites irradiate the global population round the clock, year round.
Needless to say, these are so integral to modern life that interaction with them on a daily basis is seemingly inevitable;
hence, the EMR exposure load has increased to a point where their health effects are becoming a major concern. Delicate
and sensitive electrical system of human body is affected by consistent penetration of electromagnetic frequencies causing
DNA breakages and chromosomal aberrations. Technological innovations came with Pandora's Box of hazardous
consequences including neurodegenerative disorders, hearing disabilities, diabetes, congenital abnormalities, infertility,
cardiovascular diseases and cancer to name few, all on a sharp rise. Electromagnetic non-ionizing radiations pose
considerable health threat with prolonged exposure. Mobile phones are usually held near to the brain and manifest
progressive structural or functional alterations in neurons leading to neurodegenerative diseases and neuronal death. This
has provoked awareness among both the general public and scientific community and international bodies acknowledge
that further systematic research is needed. The aim of the present review was to have an insight in whether and how
cumulative electro-magnetic field exposure is a risk factor for neurodegenerative disorders.