Nomo phobia, or no mobile phobia, is the feeling of anxiety most people get when they cannot use their cell phones or they do not have their phones. Think about how you feel when you don’t have your phone with you or when the battery dies. Some teens say that cell phones improve their lives by making simple tasks, such as sending someone a message, more convenient. Approximately 75 percent of teens own cell phones and almost half of them are smart phones. Although cell phones make life easier for teenagers, their excessive use of cell phones is harmful to their health, interfering with their ability to function effectively in society, and creating a dangerous environment for people in other countries.
People have suffered from cell phones, from the way they handle the cell phones. It is only noticed when the problem becomes too big to handle. Peer-pressure, anxiety, sleep deprivation, and obsession are effects caused by cell phones. These effects are seen clearly in the lives of teens and adults. Cell phones also cause health effects on humans, which is why they are dangerous to humans.
There are different conditions in these wellbeing vulnerabilities. People are well aware of phone radiation and its effect, but when it comes to smartphones, people seem to forget all about the radiation. The “IARC Classifies Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Fields as Possibly Carcinogenic to Humans” mention that too much use of smartphones will possibly build the danger of brain cancer, particularly among children (1). Since children have slender skulls and delicate nervous system. Daily utilization of smartphones for a long time will possibly duplicate the danger of tumor in the auditory nerve that connects the ear to the brain.
These accidents can be caused by looking at your phone for a split second. A lot of teens, and other people, don’t realize the effects this can have. Teens can get distracted by calls or texts, and it can change their lives forever. Although very common, texts are the only things that contribute to these accidents. Just getting caught up in a phone call conversation can cause a loss of focus.
There are different conditions in these wellbeing vulnerabilities. People are well aware of cell phone radiation and its effect, but when it comes to smartphones, people seem to forget all about the radiation. A research has found that too much use of smart phones will build the danger of brain cancer, particularly among children. Children have slender skulls and delicate nervous system. Daily utilization of smart phones for a long time duplicates the danger of tumor in the auditory nerve that connects the ear to the brain.
Introduction When you think of cell phones, you think of all the benefits they have brought. But what about all the negative aspects that come with having a cell phone? People seem to be unaware that cell phones bring an alarming amount of harm into our daily lives. Although cell phones have numerous amounts of benefits, people need to learn about the dangers of having and using a cell phone. Social/Cultural Lens Cell phones have a major impact in the social/cultural lives of people today, with both advantageous and dangerous effects.
Spending hours talking on the phone or playing games on an iPad can be dangerous for your overall health in the long run. Addictions to technologies are detrimental and can cause several health issues for human beings. The National Cancer Institution has recently released research, which proves that over time smart phone usage can lead to cancer. Cancer is a disease in which cells in the body are uncontrollable dividing. Many things such as the foods that you eat, the sun, and radiation can cause cancer.
So the relationship between families has become alienated. They may meet with their friends less because they are used to the cell phones to communicate. Text messages not using any facial expression, which lack of meanings. People are more dependent on the cell phones, which distracted them from school works. Since our cell phones allowed us to find information and can find the information quickly, and lose patience quickly.
(Borreli,2013) state that a high frequency of cell phone usage have a negative effect on our stress levels. The constant ringing, vibrating alerts and reminders can put a cell phone user on edge. Apart from this, cell phones require constant use of your hands especially when sending text messages. This can cause pain and inflammation of your joints. Cell phones made working so much easier.
People also use cell phones to help them keep their agenda organized, take pictures, record videos, download apps, research, and online banking. Although cell phones revolutionized communication and made it accessible, they have negative effects towards you. Cell phones are bad for living organisms, human behavior, and the environment. The demand for cell phones has increased drastically and has an indescribable threat to life on earth. Cell phones give off radiofrequency which is a form of electromagnet radiation.