The above three mentioned commodities are ruling our lives today. People lived a content life even before the 19th century...even before these inventions had taken place! What has since then changed that causes our supreme attachment to these so-called- necessity- evils?
We claim that we are expanding in terms of technology, but often, we forget to question the threats that theupdated tech has brought about to our health.Today's world can be named as the digital world! From waking up first thing in the morning towhen we sleep at night, we engage ourselves in technology usage. Sadly, we do not ponder upon the fact that these activities are straining our eyes. Excessive use of ‘display screens’ hasled to headaches that we conveniently bypass.
Almost the majority of us have been experiencing this. Also, none of us are taking any course of action to negate the problem.Reluctance always has a price to pay!
Did you know: Our eyes are accustomed to viewing things only at an appropriate distance. Looking at ‘screens’ is making us work against nature.Also, the concentration level reduces our power to blink often. The adversity to it is brought about by acquiring symptoms of dry eyes!
Taking breaks between work to relax both your eye and body muscles by cutting down the time of eagerly viewing the screen and instead going out for strolls. It is said thatlooking at nature has a calming effect on our eyes. Well,that indeed is a better alternative to looking at the screen all day long!
Having a closer relationship with the technology world has made us distant from real-life connections. Children or adults are more focused ondigitally connecting instead of face-to-face conversation. Putting a halt to this extremity has become mandatory now. We are staking the proper functioning of our eyes, healthy relationships for an inanimate object. It is never too late to correct the issues that have surfaced due to the technology barrier. Only a goodwork-life balance can maintain our relationships as well as the proper functioning of our eyes.