What are the disadvantages of cell phones

Mobile phones are one of the most used devices today. Virtually everyone, from children to the elderly, owns one, and for good reason. In addition to being able to make a call whenever needed, modern ones have many other useful features.However, these positives tend to make us overlook the negatives that they bring. And while it may seem like there is nothing to it, that is not the case. In fact, there is more than meets the eye. Some of them are quite serious.First, and perhaps most important, is the fact that cell phones give us little rest. [We are always subconsciously waiting for someone to call us or for a notification to ring. If you are active on social media, this happens more often than not.However, this does not allow the brain to completely “switch off,” i.e., stay awake and rest, and even if it does, it is usually interrupted immediately. The result is significantly higher levels of stress hormones, along with anxiety, and fatigue.

The development of addictions is also associated with this, especially in younger people. Many of them cannot be without their cell phones, which provide constant access to the Internet, not to mention other functions, and they become anxious about not being without their cell phones.

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And they use their cell phones in their spare time, adding to the aforementioned fatigue.A situation where relatives and friends count on being able to call you at any time does not help. So, for example, if you had turned off your cell phone to rest and received a call at that hour, they would begin to worry that something had happened to you. In short, you are expected to be on call at all times.So what should you do? If possible, turn off your cell phone for a few days on weekends and holidays and do not turn it on unless it is a real emergency. Leave it at home when you go somewhere. This way, you can get by without your cell phone. Just be sure to tell others beforehand so they don\’t worry unnecessarily.