The effects of smart phones

Recently the usage of smart phones among new generation become addicted to them. At least 5-6 hours they spend their time on using smart phones. Because so many people use mobile phones, medical researchers are concerned that any associated health risks, even small ones, could cause significant public health problems.

It is important to understand the risks and possible effects of mobile phone use, and make up your own mind about how you use your mobile phone. Because mobile phone use is so widespread ,public concerns about the possible health effects of mobile phones receive a lot of coverage in the media.

Smart phone are also linked to many sleep problems. If you take your phone to bed you may find yourself plugged in while you should be lying down. Instead of relaxing your brain, you are feeding it with more thoughts. It’s hard to fall asleep when your brain is buzzing with new information. To avoid sleep problems, turn your phone off at bedtime instead of making it your nightly companion.

While many of us love being able to stay connected through email, text, and calls with our smart phones, it’s that same constant availability that can lead to major stress. This is especially true for people with high stress jobs. Every time the phone rings or alerts a new message they feel a slight tinge of anxiety. This will make them to get angry and even to break the phones when working period.

As you can see, smart phones easily affect several areas of our overall health. I am not saying we should all throw out our smart phones, but we should practice a little moderation for the sake of our health. Have you noticed any ways your cell phone negatively affects your health ?


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