Oh! This would be a very typical question in this generation. I would say that it has become an addiction rather than a necessity, especially for young people and children. Although cell phones are originally used as better communication technology, it started to play an important part in human life. Certainly, it has given us many great benefits and allowed to continue with technology. This technology development caused many updates to traditional phones that were used before. Of course, this trend can be one of the reasons for mobile phones than necessity.
Mobile phones are one of the most important technical equipment used more often. Initially, the device was available for only a few and today there are 9 out of 10 people with mobile phones, including school going to school. It is acceptable that it provides better communication technology, saves time, helps manage finances on the go, cheaper and is very convenient. But with these advantages that are part of necessity, there are some disadvantages that make it an addiction. Mobile phones should be an important part of your life, but that should control your life. Until it is maintained as an essential part, it is necessary that when it begins to control your life you are having trouble with addiction.
To Remember Addiction And Medical Issues
• Limit Your Use Of Cell Phones. Set a certain amount of time because you should check the received notifications.
• Release unnecessary applications from your phone like social media applications, as it's not so important.
• Avoid using the phone while on the bed. Try not to use a mobile phone for at least one hour before going to sleep.
• Instead of using smartphones, better switch to traditional phones that are always the best choice.
Come into the real world and try to be part of human life.
• Using headphones or speakers is better where radiation can be avoided.
• Children should not be allowed to use mobile phones instead. Participate in outdoor activities.
Prevention is always better than cure. So try to manage yourself with the use of mobile phones and take some time to have a healthy relationship with a mobile phone.
Source by Achal Mehrotra