HOW MUCH RADIATİON IS A PERSON EXPOSED TO ?
According to the International Atomic Energy, a person is exposed to an average of 2.8 milliliters (mSv) of radiation per year. While 85% of this originates from natural sources, namely cosmic rays from earth, sun and space, 14% are medical irradiations (MR, etc.) and 1% are manmade (radioactivity and nuclear power plants released into the atmosphere due to nuclear weapons experiments). It stems. Since alpha, beta and gamma rays are not visible, our organs, tissues, and our entire body interact with radiation without realizing it. Most of the time we do not notice this interaction, we understand when its effects begin to emerge.