Technology and its Ill Effects on Our Body
Technology, without an ounce of doubt, plays a very important in your life. One simply cannot live without it. For many people, it is a way of life. And no one can refute the fact that without technology, life, especially in urban cities, becomes bland and leads to many inconveniences. Unfortunately, there is a downside to it. Too much use of technology may compel you to go to physiotherapist Sydney to fix that straining neck and shoulders. These may seem like trivial things. But there are some ill effects on your body that can be dangerous.
Among most people, especially teenagers and young adults, not a day goes by without music players. Music has healing effects, no doubt. But listening to it with full volume may hamper your ears. A research says that nearly 65 per cent of young adults and 73 per cent adults suffer from a typical ringing in their ears, clinically known as tinnitus.
Most people who use headphones or earphones pump up the volume above the normal level. Although most of them know that they may suffer hearing loss, they still continue listening to music using headphones.
Debate is still going on whether mobile phones cause cancer or not. Although there is no consistent proof that it does cause cancer, it is better to be on the safer side. So it is always better to limit your exposure to electromagnetic energy. Limit the length of your calls and use hands-free devices. Keep your phone away from your body as much as possible.