Harmful effects of electronic gadgets on human health

Electronic gadgets have become an important part of our daily life today. It is important to know that excessive use of electronic gadgets may have adverse affect on our health and we need to be careful.

Several studies and researches have suggested about the various harmful effects gadgets have on human health. Have you ever imagined that why after watching Television for a long time you tend to feel tired and your eyes strained? Sometimes even listening to music from earphones for a long time can cause pain in the ears.

Television can be absolutely damaging to human health if watched for long durations on a regular basis. The number of children who wear spectacles today has gone up considerably because of excessive exposure to TV. Even parents now-a-days are too busy and are unable to monitor their child's activities. So children today are watching far too much television compared o what they actually should be watching.

Even too much exposure to other electronic gadgets like mobile phones can have devastating effects on human health. Today in the modern world it is almost impossible to find anyone without a mobile phone. Today mobile phones are highly sophisticated and come with exciting features. Most mobile phones today come with advanced MP3 players and earphones. These earphones are used to listen to music and sometimes even take calls on the mobile phone. Continuously listening to the music on the earphones can put immense pressure on the ear drums and can result in hearing problems in the future.

The modern trend among young teenagers is to show off their latest mobile phone with all the latest features. So teenagers today want to own the most up to date mobile phone irrespective of its cost. Mobile phones apart from having harmful effects on human health are putting human life at a high risk now-a-days. People today are accustomed to talking on their mobile phone while driving. This would mean they fail to concentrate on the road which means the chances of a road accident has increased due to excessive use of mobile phones.


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