Mo­bile phone ad­dic­tion

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION -

RABIA LIAQUAT I in­tend to high­light one of the tech­nol­ogy re­lated prob­lem - the mo­bile phone ad­dic­tion. Just a few years ago, the mo­bile phones were used only by the grown up peo­ple while the num­ber of teens and chil­dren own­ing cell phones was to a min­i­mum. The cur­rent times show a whole dif­fer­ent story. Nowa­days the teenagers spend more time on their mo­bile phone than do the grown ups.

The pur­pose of mo­bile phone is changed; teenagers use it for games and show them­selves of, for car­ry­ing an ex­pen­sive cell phone. One should keep in mind that these phones also have a lot of nega­tive im­pact. Ex­ces­sive use of the phone is haz­ardous for hu­man brain and body; it not only af­fects the eye­sight but als has a nega­tive ef­fect on the nerves thus im­pact­ing the brain ealth of the peo­ple and the younger teen ager lot is the most vul­ner­a­ble lot. — Karachi

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