Have you ever stopped to think about how much time you spend on your cell phone? In ultramodern times, it is almost impossible to meet someone who has not surrendered to the use of cell phones and social networks. In a single device it is easy to research, chat with people, and even execute projects, we cannot deny the benefits of this technology.
But the problem lies in the excessive use of the cell phone and the consequences for physical and mental health. Excesses can lead to social isolation, insomnia, vision problems, neck and back pain, anxiety, depression, etc., in addition to being one of the biggest causes of traffic deaths in some countries.
A valuable tip is: whenever possible, choose to communicate with people through FaceTime and when you are not driving.