By: Chamalee KP
Now a day’s children are addicted to mobile phones, laptops and tablets.
Excessive use of these technological instruments will Damage the Childhood Development as well as it will negatively impact on their studies too.
Children are missing importance social cues and the capability to socialize by using iPods. In addition Children are letting take control of social lives and ability to socialize face-to-face is decreasing.
As a result of using technological instruments One-quarter of Canadians aged two to 17 are overweight or obese. In USA More than one third of children and adolescents were overweight or obese.
Lack of sleep
Children are addicted to video games. Therefore they will experience the lack of sleep.
In addition technology will diminish the concentration and mental well being of children.
Advancement of technological instruments will destroy the relationship between parents and children. Under this condition children get more addicted to technological instruments.
Risk of cancer
According to www.mayoclinic.org the primary concern with cell phones and cancer seems to be the development of brain tumors associated with cell phone use. Cell phone radiation is a cancer-causing agent (carcinogenic). As a result, the group classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as possibly carcinogenic to people.
Bad for eye sight
Different eye and vision-related issues can arise when you stare at a computer or cell phone screen for hours at a time. Therefore chance of getting syndrome disease will be high. Stand up every 30 minutes and walk around, rolling your shoulders and stretching. Take periodic breaks every 20 to 30 minutes
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