We cannot deny that the society is dealing with the fast innovation of technology today.
To cope with these technological advances, we have embraced the use of these gadgets – smart phones, tablets, notebooks and other similar items.
Due to this, people have developed a strong urge to keep themselves connected to the point of getting addicted.
Have you, in any way, felt anxious and tensed upon learning that you have left any of your gadgets (particularly, cellphone) at home? I bet you did! Most people believe that they cannot run their lives normally without getting connected. These gadgets literally run the lives of most of us.
Most users of these gadgets already got hooked. They spend most of their time glued on their smart phones, androids, tablets, laptops, the social networks and whatnot. The habit of checking them even before bedtime is a ritual. In that case, you ought to blame that habit if you wake up feeling exhausted with raccoon eyes and puffy eye bags rather than revitalized and healthful.
Based on studies, majority of gadget users sleep with their phones under their pillows or on their bed, without realizing that this practice causes sleep deprivation.
It was found out that the phone’s light restrain melatonin, which induces sleep. It will also,for sure, wake you up from that much needed slumber due to a buzz or a tone.
However, even with this predicament, people admit that even during the wee hours of the night, their first instinct is to grab and check their mobile phones in case they have been awakened.
At present, several studies are being conducted to find out the reason of this addiction. It is a growing concern of this present time since our society is suffering from a number of social and health issues caused by this so-called tech addiction.