People can know a lot about a person who has ringxiety. That shows that the person is constantly on their phones and is so detached to the world. In the article, “Why we 've all got an iFinger” author Rachael Sigee stated that “this kind of text-related twitching can lead to greater health problems such as insomnia and headaches, which is in line with more traditional anxiety disorders.” Insomnia, headaches, and anxiety disorders are things that people do not need to deal with. Smartphones are risky for your eyes. Since 1997, an increase 35% of people have been having
There are many benefits of using cell phones; however not many teenagers think about the disadvantages of using cell phones. Radio waves from cell phones are unsafe for teenagers; it can be a possible cause for cancer. Addiction to cell phones cause teens to communicate poorly and not be able to focus on the more important things in life, such as education. Teens are the age group who get smart phones faster than any other age groups, which allow phone companies to make a profit. Producing and incorrectly disposing cell phones cause young children, from other countries, to work in an injurious environment.
But it 's not. It 's also because smartphones and apps hijack our innate psychological biases and vulnerabilities” (Harris, 2016). When people look at their smart phones, they look at it for multiple reasons, but the most common reason is to see if you have gotten a notification. I agree with Harris because many people who do online
According to researchers, ?there are currently eleven million cellular uses in the United States and another 500 million world-wide?. Although cell phones are so popular, there is still a small population of people who believe that cell phones are more of a burden than they appear to be. Some people believe they leave their lives and schedules open for constant change and nagging, almost like a telemarketer calling during dinner time. Cell phones can become problematic when they intrude at movies, at the opera, at restaurants, and in other socially unacceptable places. Teachers now worry that students are distracted at school, and can even use their phones to help them cheat on exams and chat privately with other students.
Every second drivers across the United States are their cell phone. Talking, texting, sending emails and using applications risk a higher rate of a dangerous or deadly car crash. An estimated 1.6 million crashes occur each year due to the use of a cellular phone (Lim 197-212). Accidents like these can easily be prevented but many drivers put safety at risk by failing to obey laws against distracted driving. If drivers were prohibited to use cellphones, motor vehicle accidents would be reduced significantly.
Although many are excited for what the future potentially has in store, many are concerned. Something so valuable as a social security card, or even as simple as your driver’s license can we accessed on your phone. How often people lose their phone, and something so important to someone’s life is only being protected by a four-digit password. Phones as said are built for convenience, they are replacing a lot of common tools. For example nearly every phone now has a GPS.
Mobile phones help us keep track of our lives. Addiction to cell phones has become so widespread that scientists have come up with a name for it. Nomophobia (an abbreviation for no-mobile-phone phobia) is being afraid of being out of mobile contact. Studies have shown that this anxiety affects 61% of men and 70% of women. Men tend to have two cell phones which may account for this inconsistency.
Smart phones, being known as today’s most used gadget can gain all good feedbacks from the buyers; however, although the production of smartphones improves the easy access to information, communication and socialization, it still has negative effects on education. The researchers conducted a survey in order to gain first hand data and used the random sampling method. Most respondents answered that social networking sites help them to raise their social statuses. When in class students commonly kill their boredom by checking their smartphones. Their frequent use of smartphones exhaust their body particularly their eyes and they make their smartphones as their priorities.
The image depicts all of the men and women looking at their mobile devices, even though there are others around them. The immense distraction of smart phones damages relationships and social life. Scholars have recently begun studying the degree to which smart phones distract individuals. In Takashi Nakamura’s article “The Action of Looking at a Mobile Phone Display as Nonverbal Behavior/Communication: A Theoretical Perspective," Nakamura describes the importance of attentive face-to-face communication. According to Nakamura, “More than half of Japanese respondents feel uncomfortable when witnessing without permission mobile phone use by familiar persons.
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.