Smart phone a bane or boon for health

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Smart phone a bane or boon for health:

Smart phone a bane or boon for health

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Bane for health

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Smartphone is an addiction

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We are in a new age where knowing about weather forecast or getting updated world news do not depend on arrival of newspapers or telecasting of news shows.  We wake up with checking the day’s schedule on the touch screen of our Smartphone and start working accordingly. Imagining a world without Smartphone is more horrifying than a ghostly nightmare causing cold perspiration and irking sensation in our throat. So, what should we call ourselves? May be a Cyborg is the apt answer.  We are in a new age where knowing about weather forecast or getting updated world news do not depend on arrival of newspapers or telecasting of news shows.  We wake up with checking the day’s schedule on the touch screen of our Smartphone and start working accordingly. Imagining a world without Smartphone is more horrifying than a ghostly nightmare causing cold perspiration and irking sensation in our throat. So, what should we call ourselves? May be a Cyborg is the apt answer.  We are in new age where knowing about weather forecast o r getting updated of world news do not depend on arriva l o f newspapers or telecasting of new shows. We wake up with checking the day’s schedule on the touch screen of our s martphone and start working accordingly. Imagining a world without smartphone is more horrifying than a ghostly n ightmare causing cold perspiration and irking sensation in our throat. So, what should we call ourselves? May be a Cyborg is the apt answer.

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  One-fourth of teenagers admitted that their quality of sleep is affected by leaving on the TV, video games, or computer — highlights the survey.  Excessive use of mobile phones makes teenagers more restless and can exacerbate sleep problems and stress," said Dr BK Rao , chairman of Assocham health committee. He further said that youngsters need to be informed of the negative effects of excessive technology use on their sleep-wake patterns, attention and cognitive problems and the associated serious health risks. It builds up tension from being constantly connected which creates the stress and disturbed their sleep.

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Rate of school children using Mobile phones RATE OF ACTIVITY OF THE SCHOOL CHILDREN ON MOBILE PHONES

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SMARTPHONE INTRODUCED US TO THE WORLD OF APP

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Today we are so dependent on Smart phone that we can’t think our day without it.

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What texting and Smartphone usage Does to your neck and spine.

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1 Cell phones may cause brain cancer 2 It may cause infertility in men . 3. Your smartphone is a germ magnet.

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SAR stands for Specific Absorption Rate, this value signifies the amount of radiation (in Watts) which is absorbed by per unit KG of your body. In case of smartphones SAR is measured by keeping the phone in the talking position and then calculating the amount of radiation absorbed by the part of your head which is closest to the antennas of the smartphone .

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1.Due to smartphone around 26 americans are suffering from noise-induced hearing loss. 2.Smartphones can lead to shortsightedness.

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Radiation level of smartphone

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Prolonged concentration results in reduced blinking with consequent drying of the eyes and blurring of the vision - making the eyes feel strained.

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Using Your Phone At Night Lead to Blindness

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Constant focusing on small objects, typically being held closer than normal reading distance, can result in fatigue of the muscles responsible for focusing the vision for near (accommodation) and for turning the eyes in towards the target (convergence) - resulting in headaches.

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For children and even young adults, too much time spent concentrating on a smartphone screen can result in development or progression of short-sightedness (myopia) - which is not reversible, and will result in a need for glasses/contact lenses to be able to see clearly in the distance.

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There is a theoretical risk, though it is not proven, that the emission of blue light from smartphones may cause retinal damage and development of cataracts.

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So Avoid the overuse of smartphone

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