In contemporary world, smartphone are playing a very important role in human’s life. It’s a technology that keeps on developing everyday to make the life of each person easier. The impacts of smartphone are obvious include social life, business and pollution. Mobile technology has already changed the cultural specification and behaviour of each person especially in today. The impacts are both at the positive side and negative side.
This piece of the novel relates to the real life problems we have with teens who spend long amounts of time on their cellphones. “A growing body of research shows that the average six to nine hours daily screen time consumed by tweens and teens is potentially
(2009, p.31 ) discuss the idea that neuroscience offer that addiction is a pathological behaviour in which addictive drugs co-opt normal learning and motivating pathways in the brain so that drug taking comes to dominate all other goal directed activities such a view has the potential to not only unlike a wide array of new and powerful treatment of addiction that target or ameliorate these changes. Given the central important of the brain and the strong moral attitude that many people feel towards who abuse or are addicted to drugs , the nature and impact of these changes needs to be considered such an analysis will need to critically examine the emerging neuroscience research on
It’s a habit that’s been ingrained into my life style for many years and even with being fully aware of the effects it may have on me physically and personally, and knowing the benefits it may bring to my life. I know that I will not drastically decrease my use of the electronic or others that read this article as
In the story of “Growing up Tethered” by Sherry Turkle, she says that technology changes our brains, our souls, and even our well beings. Growing up tethered is described as never being separated from another cause of electronic communication. The author describes the article as teens’ addictions to their phone and how it puts their life in danger. Teens always need a phone in their hand or to know what is going on. Sherry Turkle said that “these young people live in a state of waiting for connection”.
The biggest risk a cellphone poses is addiction. A FORBES article gives the statistic that 48% of teens feel and “Addiction” to their cell phone (Walton). Many scientific institutions tell that addiction can be classified as a disease and it is shocking to see that almost half of the teens have this disease. The statistic shows one way that kids have health problems because of there concerning attachment to phones. In addition to the last piece of evidence another health problem students may suffer is lack of sleep.
Brown’s article is extremely helpful to his readers from the practical standard. His text offers relief to smartphone users who feel overwhelmed by the guilt caused by their phone dependency. The article works as a pat on the readers’ backs followed by a word of comfort: “There, there… it is okay to use your phone while you are with your family, or even in the toilet.” Later, Brown provides pieces of advice on how the readers can make a healthy and harmonious use of smartphones. It is even possible to compare his text with the structure of a support group session: he shares his own problems, admits his dependency, and offers comprehension and guidance to the readers of how they can struggle against their dependency.
Normally, I feel an urge to check my pocket to see if any alerts come to my phone; however, as the week progressed I began to do so less often. By the end of the week, my compulsion to use technology nearly vanished. Throughout the first few days after my return home, I periodically checked my cellphone far less often than I did beforehand. However, my habit has revived as a result of returning to our metropolitan area which has such a large reliance on technology. While in Scott County, listening to country music became a daily activity.
Cell Phones and Their Negative Impact Every day 6.8 billion people use a cell phone. With almost 91% of the world population using these devices, one would assume they are safe. They are not. Some would disagree, contradicting with how cell phones can improve your everyday life with health apps, reminders, etc.
Smart phones and tablets easily keep children occupied, yet there are many disadvantages when using technology at a young age. Technology affects everyone, but the obsessive social media consumption from adolescents is affecting their overall
Despite how important technology is to my life, I thought that giving up my phone for three weeks would be a piece of cake. The majority of the applications I use on my phone can be found on my laptop and I thought I wasn’t that addicted to my phone in comparison to others my age. I was
(2017). Internet addiction: Neuroscientific Approaches and Therapeutical Implications including Smartphone Addiction. Cham, Switzerland: Springer The book summarizes the therapeutic and theoretical models dealing with the internet addiction Pezoa-Jares R.E., Espinoza-Luna I.L., & Vasquez-Medina J.A. (2012) Internet Addiction: A Review. J Addict Res Ther S6:004.
Cell Phones: The average teenager who gets on their phone, just for a second, each hour has the same mind as a 30 year old cocaine addict. Teens have their minds tricked into thinking they can’t live without their cell phones and social media. Teens need to be able to talk to and connect with others and learn face-to-face communication skills. Nowadays teens can get harmed very easily, and teens do not really know who is on the other side of the screen. Studies have shown that phones can ruin lives with the blink of an eye.
Cell phones can lead many dangerous health problems to teenagers. By giving teens cell phone, they may probably spend most of their time on text and play video games Also, by contacting with friends by calling them for hours, It can make teens suffer from hearing loss because phones damage the inner ear. Moreover, by using a cell phone, a teenager will spend most of his time sitting on the chair without moving. In other words, let them only sit and talk. By this way, teenagers will have the obesity problem.