Excessive use of phone is dangerous!

The reason for the fight and the deterioration of the relationship, the shocking revelations in the survey report.

According to the survey report, 66 percent of the people believe that the time they should give time to the children, they are busy on the phone. According to 74 percent of Indians, their relationships with children are getting worse because of smartphones.

Smartphones have made many of our needs easy. We stay connected with our loved ones through phone even when we are away. But do you know that your child is getting away from you due to your excessive phone use. Yes, this has been revealed from the Impact of Smartphone on Human Relationship 2021 report, which shows that your excessive smartphone use has a bad effect on the mental condition of the child.

What does the survey report say

According to the survey report, 66 percent of the people believe that the time they should give time to the children, they are busy on the phone.


According to 74 percent of Indians, their relationships with children are getting worse because of smartphones.

  • 75% believe that due to smarts, attention is distracted, due to which they are not able to be more alert towards their children.

  • 74 percent believe that when they are busy with a smartphone and children ask something, they get irritated.

  • 69 percent believe that excessive use of smartphones does not distract their children’s attention.
  • 90% of parents feel that children are becoming aggressive due to smartphone use.
  • 85% of parents believe that children are cut off from social life because of smartphones.
  • 90% of parents believe that there is a decrease in social behavior in children.
    Indians have spent about 6.5 hours a day during Covid-19, which is 32 percent more.

  • More than 80% of people think that smartphones help them stay connected with their loved ones and improve their quality of life. 

  • 94% of people believe that the smartphone has become a part of their body and they cannot be separated from them.

  • People use their phones while eating out (70%), in the living room (72%), and even while sitting with family (75%).

Is digital education good?

Parents say that they want the children to go back to their old school days by switching off the phone. 95 percent of Indians admitted that they want to spend as much time with their children as possible without any hindrance.





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What should be done if a cell phone is stolen?

When a mobile phone is lost or stolen, the photos, personal information, confidential documents, and social media accounts that are on it are at risk. No matter how expensive or inexpensive your phone is, a thief will still steal it in an instant from your pocket. The next step is to purchase a new phone, which is expensive for the average person given the current state of the economy. What should you do in this scenario if your cell phone is stolen to stop your photos and private information from being misused and harming yourself further?

what to do if your smartphone is stolen?
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Block the phone immediately.

Call your mobile network provider (the business whose SIM you are using) as soon as you discover the phone has been stolen and ask them to disable the SIM so the phone can no longer be used. If the mobile network agency cannot be reached, the international registry can also block mobile phones with the aid of the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity). On your phone, make a note of the IMEI code. You can find this number on your phone or in the box. Always store the phone’s device box’s IMEI code safely. Your phone will be blocked using this code, preventing anyone else from using it.

Change passwords for social media accounts and emails.

Someone might use your personal information on your phone if you lose it or give it away. Your bank information and all of your email passwords should be changed immediately. Ask a friend, member of your family, or a representative from your mobile phone company for assistance if you are unsure how to change the passwords for your social media accounts. Additionally, you should alter the passwords for all of your social media accounts, which may contain personal information about you, including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and online banking. You should notify your bank that your phone was stolen after changing the password so they can prevent the online banking app from functioning on your phone. You can shield yourself from additional harm by doing this.

File a complaint at the police station:

Report the phone’s loss or theft at the neighborhood police department. Describe what transpired when your cell phone was stolen to the police. Going to the police station has the benefit of providing evidence that your number was used to commit a crime in the future, even if they don’t find or apprehend the person who stole your phone.

Notify your friends:

Not only is your personal information at risk when your phone is lost or stolen, but also the information of your friends and family. This is so that the criminal can defraud or threaten your loved ones in any way since your social media accounts and mobile device contain the phone numbers of your friends and family. So, alert your friends and family if you steal a cell phone.

How Smartphone Addiction is Killing Your Productivity and How to Combat It?

Smartphone addiction is prevalent in our society. It can be seen by the way people stare at their screens, even when they are not using them. This addiction is a major problem because it affects productivity and mental health.

Smartphone Addiction
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Smartphones are designed to provide instant gratification, which makes it difficult for people to focus on tasks that take a long time to complete. This causes people to lose their focus and become distracted easily.

This is problematic because it takes away from the quality of work being done, leading to lower productivity levels and increased stress levels.

The solution is not as simple as just turning off your phone or deleting social media apps; this will only lead to feeling more frustrated with the lack of connection you have with others. Instead, there are some ways you can combat smartphone addiction:

What is “Smartphone Addiction”?

Smartphone addiction is when people are so addicted to their phone that they don’t know what to do with themselves without it. This addiction can be a serious problem and has many negative effects.

In the future, there will be a lot of people who are addicted to their smartphones. The addiction may not be as bad as it is now, but there will still be some people who are addicted.

What are the Risks of Smartphone Usage?

The most common risks of smartphone usage are the following:

1) The risk of addiction

2) The risk of distraction

3) The risk of information overload

4) The risk of sleep deprivation

5) The risk of social isolation.

How to Prevent Smartphone Usage?

It is difficult to avoid the temptation of checking our phones when we are bored or waiting for someone. In order to avoid this, we can make a plan before going out and set an intention for what we want to do. If you are going out with friends, you may set an intention that you will only use your phone if there is an emergency.

A good way to limit smartphone usage is by setting limits on how much time you can spend on your phone each day. You can also give yourself certain times of the day where it is okay for you to use your phone as a reward for completing tasks during the day.

Conclusion: The Future Of Technology And The Effect on Humans

In conclusion, the future of technology is looking bright. We can see that the advancement in technology has a significant effect on our lives and how we do things. It has also made it easier for us to do things. Technology will continue to evolve and we should be prepared for what it can bring in the future.

Mobile Screen Addiction: The Evidence of the Negative Effects on Children’s Health

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Mobile screen addiction is a topic that has been covered extensively in the media, and there are many people who are concerned about the effects of screens on children. There are many different opinions about how screens affect children’s health, but there is a lot of evidence to support the theory that screens can be very detrimental to their well-being.

Apps are Designed to Keep You Hooked

Apps are designed to keep you hooked. The design of the app is key in this. It’s important to understand that there are some apps that are designed to be addictive, while others just happen to be addictive by accident.

The game Candy Crush, which was designed with features like getting stuck on a level and having a countdown timer that makes players feel like they have to play again quickly or they will lose their progress.

The Link Between Cell Phone Use and Mental Health Problems in Teenagers

Mental health problems are not just about psychiatric disorders. They also include emotional, social, and behavioral problems.

Excessive cell phone use can lead to mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, sleep deprivation and addiction.

In recent years, research has shown that there is a direct link between cell phone use and mental health problems in teenagers. The article mentions that excessive cell phone use can lead to mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, sleep deprivation and addiction.

How to Know if Your Child’s Screen Time is Too Much?

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends no more than one hour of screen time per day. But, it’s not always easy to know if you child is spending too much time in front of a screen.

.According to a study in Tunisia, screen time in children between the ages of 5 and 12 has increased by 111%.

According to experts, phones and tablets are increasing the dryness of the eyes, redness, and tension in them. But the most dangerous thing is that the mental state of showing a scene by combining the reflections of both eyes is affected.

Conclusion – The Rise of Mobile Screen Addiction in Children and Steps Parents Should Take To Limit Exposure to Screens

The rise of mobile screen addiction in children is an alarming trend that needs to be addressed with immediate effect. Parents need not wait for their kids to become addicted before taking action. The sooner they start, the better it will be for their kids.

Samsung unveils midrange Galaxy A14

The Samsung Galaxy A14 seems to be a costly smartphone when you take the US dollar exchange rate into account. In Pakistan, better solutions are offered at reasonable pricing.

Samsung Galaxy A14 is a midrange

If you are just a common man who needs a decent smartphone for everyday use I recommend you to buy Tecno Pova Neu.

It has a 6000 mAh battery and comes with 18W charger. The CPU arrangement is good and offers you decent speed.

Telecom Service providers in Pakistan do not provide quality service. Buying an expensive smartphone will not help you enjoy your favorite services on mobile data.

I use Netflix, WhatsApp , Exchange email account and MS Office on my Tecno Pova Neu. It allows me to run all the apps and services smoothly

read more at munaeem.org

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