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Precautionary measures when using electronics

 

 

 

We live in a world that is beautifully controlled and blessed by electronics. Nothing is unaffected by electronics. We are so preoccupied with the information and reliable and efficient of technology that it now completely controls our body and mind, to say nothing of our life patterns.

 

Electronics have always been a part of human life, how we live our lives, how we work, how we communicate and how we relax. Electronics have made the world a small place. Electronics has taken over the world.

 

Do you believe that electronics have taken over our lifestyles? We live in a world that is beautifully controlled and blessed by electronics. Nothing is unaffected by electronics. We are so preoccupied with the information and reliability and efficiency of technology that it now completely controls our body and mind, to say nothing of our life patterns.

 

The world is becoming a global village, thanks to the use of electronics. It has become a new dimension of our existence, or being human. It is an essential part of our life. We cannot even imagine how we lived before its invention or how could we survive without it. Everything that happened in the past was not possible without its help. From basic needs to complex answers, everything can be found in this electronic world. The evolution of electronic devices has changed the face of history forever!

 

From lights to computers, from cars to mobiles, from pacemakers to satellites every aspect of living today has been touched by electronics in one way or another. Electronics have become so much a part of modern society that many people would not know what to do without them. Electronics has even been incorporated into human bodies for medical purposes with the use of pacemakers for example.

 

So, what is the solution for this?

 

When it comes to the use and benefits of electronics, there are many positives but also some negatives to take into consideration. Electronics may be responsible for some health related problems but I think that it is still worth using them as long as we don't abuse them or let them dominate us.

 

Here are some precautions that you should take to safeguard yourself from the ill effects of electronics:

 

Use electronic items properly

 

 Proper use of electronic items is very important. Some people use mobile phones as a substitute for alarm clock, which is not good because it can induce harmful radiation. Always turn off your phone when not in use, or keep it in flight mode at night or when you are sleeping. Also, avoid using a laptop or tablet on your lap while it is charging as they can give a shock if they come in contact with water and can hamper your fertility.

 

 Keep your devices away from you or your kids during sleeping time.

 

Screen time before bed can affect your ability to fall asleep.

 

We all love our devices, but it's important to remember that they can be harmful as well as helpful. One precaution you can take is to try not to use your devices during sleeping hours, both for you and your kids.

 

Studies have shown that the blue light from your phone or device can actually make it harder for you to sleep.  So, if you're having trouble sleeping at night, try turning off your phone in the evening and see if it helps. You might even find yourself getting more done!

 

Don’t wear headphones for too long as it is harmful to your ears and brain.

 

Do you love your headphones?

 

We know we do—and we're guessing you do, too, since you've got them on right now. But don't get too attached to them—they're not as friendly as they seem.

 

It might be a surprise, but wearing headphones for an extended period of time can actually cause damage to your brain and ears. That's right: brain and EAR damage. So, while it can be tempting to plug in and tune out all of life's stresses by listening to your favorite jams or podcasts all day long, it's not worth risking your health! So the next time you reach for your headphones, take a moment to consider if you really need 'em—and if the answer is no, leave that sucker in its case and go enjoy the sounds of life around you.

 

Avoid carrying your laptop on your lap for long periods of time; use a desk or table instead.

 

When you're working at a desk or table, the last thing you want to deal with is a burning sensation in your lap. It's easy to avoid this discomfort. Just place your laptop on your desk or table and make sure it doesn't get too hot.

 

If you're still worried about overheating laptops, it's also a good idea to keep them out of direct sunlight, which can cause undesirable heating effects.

 

Laptops are getting smaller and more powerful every year, but they are still vulnerable to overheating. Take precautions to protect yourself from injury due to burns or improper use.

 

Use protective gears like eye protection when working on small electronics, such as car batteries or assembling a computer at home.

 

If you're working on small electronics, such as car batteries or assembling a computer at home, it's important that you take the necessary precautions. Small electronics are more dangerous than large electronics because they can discharge electricity that can cause severe damage to your skin or internal organs. The most important precaution you can take is to wear protective gear. This includes gloves, goggles, and long pants and shirt sleeves.

 

 Keep cell phones away from the body, especially if they are turned on or charging, because they emit electromagnetic waves which can cause damage and affect sleep patterns in unborn babies and children whose brains are still developing.

 

We know you're excited to get your new cell phone. We are too! But don't forget to take precautions with your prized possession—especially if it's turned on or charging.

 

Cell phones emit electromagnetic waves, which can cause damage and affect sleep patterns in unborn babies and children whose brains are still developing. They can even cause headaches and fatigue.

 

We recommend keeping phones at least a half-inch away from your body when they're turned on or charging, and never letting your phone sleep with you at night. It's also best to keep them away from people who are pregnant, elderly, or very young.

 

Take frequent breaks while using a computer and do some stretching exercises to keep your eyes relaxed and muscles stretched.

 

This will help reduce the strain on your back and neck muscles as well as prevent repetitive stress injuries which may cause permanent damage to the nerves and tendons in the hands, wrists, arms and fingers.

 

Whenever you take a step towards a high speed of technological advancement, you must be prepared about the probable hazards and the possible adverse effects that go along. But one must never stop enjoying life which is better and richer due to a fast pace computerized world where there are lots of new ways to entertain us and make our living easier.

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