5 serious diseases that may cause the smartphonePictolic
Everyone knows that is too long to use smartphones impossible, but few people think, why?
Scientists did some research and found out what is the consequence of a morbid fascination with modern technology. It turns out that a permanent "sticky" in the smart phone can lead to dangerous consequences.
From the repetition of the same movements (scrolling pages, typing messages, etc.) throughout the day on hands and fingers can be painful sensations. In very advanced cases it may cause inflammation of muscles, tendons and joints. If you have experienced similar symptoms, take a break and open up your hands, let them relax.
The fine print and the rapid change of images puts an additional burden on the eyes. Especially at risk are people who are accustomed to read in public transport. Gradually lost visual acuity, there is a dryness and pain — together, these symptoms are called computer vision syndrome. To reduce the resulting feeling of discomfort, increase the font size on the screen, don't forget to take a break every 30-40 minutes and keep the smartphone at least 30 cm from the face.
According to statistics, 66% of users are afraid of losing a smartphone, 89% - often feel "phantom vibrations", even when the device is not in the pocket. In addition, all respondents admitted that they constantly check if their phone and was very upset when for some reason they have lost the network. In General they were all more nervous than the people who only want a smartphone for talking.
People who frequently use headphones (for example, when riding in public transport), risk loss of hearing acuity and face the attendant problems. To avoid this, always control the volume of music if after turning off the headphones, you have the feeling of stuffiness in the ears, then you have exceeded the permissible norm.
You love to talk on the phone, leaned against his shoulder to your ear? Now, you should know that it is very dangerous! This habit inevitably leads to back pain, neck and posture. If you have to talk and at the same time to do other things, better use a headset. Also try not to lean over the device and hold it at eye level.