Ninety-one percent of American adults and 60 percent of teens own this device that has revolutionized communication in the 21st century — the cellphone. It is weird to think that not too long ago we lived in a world without smartphones and the urgent need to text someone all hours of the day, while constantly refreshing social media. Cell phones have more negative impacts than positive and some examples are that they lead to social isolation and they lead to car accidents.
Little do people know that Cellphones can impact the way people interact with each other. While listening to music and playing games on their Cell phones, how many people actually get to know one another while standing right next to each other? A small ride on a metro or bus ride will show you just how little interaction goes on in a humans life due to the amount of time spent on their mobile devices. People can be standing right next to each other without saying one word to one another. While waiting for the next class to start or even during the class, people tune out the rest of the world and this can lead to social isolation. A study by Alibhai karina showed that “social isolation leads to loneliness, depression, vulnerability, and subsequently to negative health consequences. Social isolation can be defined as a lack of quantity and quality of social contacts.”Alibhai, Karina Cell phone use has a bad impact on the way humans socialize because it causes people to be less interactive. People who use their phones often and are addicted to it are some of the loneliest people. The seductive infinity scroll of smartphones has families across America and around the world gathering in their living rooms — not to converse or even to
watch TV together, but instead to stare down at their smartphones’ glowing screens. Over-attachment to your phone can cause serious social problems — boosting feelings of loneliness and isolation — while worsening anxiety and depression symptoms. The loneliness increase is due to the replacement of face-to-face interaction with screen-based interaction, which often cuts off forms of simultaneous communication such as body language. We no longer pay attention to what’s going on around us, because all we are is consumed with our so-called smartphone. The more people get these, the more people become addicted to them, and the less social interaction people have.
Cellphones diminish our ability to solve problems We as a society now rely on technology for everything. Many people don’t know how to live one day without using some type technology. technology has eased us of thinking on our own that many of us don’t even know how to think for ourselves. That we will spend more time wasting our minds away on technology than we will trying to feed our brains with books and writing. Now that we have the ability to have the world at our fingertips, With the internet we have whatever we want, whenever we want it, so it has created such a lazy society. The teenage generation of today is so lazy that it scares me to think about how the world will be when they are the ones in the business world. They can’t even think for themselves! No one wants to be anywhere without their technology sitting in their pocket.That’s true, but by relying on the computer, we stop training our minds, and we stop filling our memory banks. By doing so, we diminish our ability to solve life’s problems unaided, and we become more and more dependent on Cell phones. When cell phones give us answers, we seem superficially smarter, but we really are dumber, because we’re not building the networks in our brains to solve a whole host of problems.
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