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Mobile Phones: When A Boon Becomes A Curse

The recent case of a young lady getting overrun via an education even on foot on the railway music and talking on her cell smartphone has once more highlighted the lethal disadvantage of abusing a top-notch era. “We can see teens use cell phones for texting or speaking while strolling on the footpath or crossing the road. I had often counseled them against it”, said Sushila, a resident of Peelamedu. The usage of cell phones while riding is also extraordinarily dangerous. It often results in severe accidents for the user and others. Rules banning drivers from using cellular phones are strictly applied.

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“Most people are visibly busy messaging, watching soap operas, or paying attention to songs. This is the common fashion nowadays in buses,” says Sundhar, a non-public bus conductor. “Excess use of cellular phones can cause addiction. People have determined the usage of cell phones even in a celebration. The excessive utilization of social media has decreased the interpersonal skills of people,” says Ms. Swathi Priya, a Counselling Psychologist. Psychologists think that the repeated utilization of cell phones can cause sleep disturbances, tension, melancholy, and reduced productiveness.

No doubt, cellular telephones have made a modern alternative to verbal exchange and the daily lives of humans, and features end up necessary. All private details, like emails, contacts, pics, etc., are stored via mobile telephones via WhatsApp, Facebook, and Twitter. “The smart cellphone has made it easy to discuss my protection with my dad and mom. Its various applications help me istayup to date with the contemporary developments around the world,” says Gokila, a college scholar. Indeed, mobile phones want to be used carefully. Otherwise, without problems, they could emerge as a curse to humanity at large.

Johnny J. Hernandez
I write about new gadgets and technology. I love trying out new tech products. And if it's good enough, I'll review it here. I'm a techie. I've been writing since 2004. I started Ntecha.com back in 2012.