Technology has been an improvement to society, making people's lives easier to complete tasks or give a better standard of living. However, technology befogs society's realization on the amount of reliance they have on it and it has become a problem. The younger generations that are raised with technology do not notice the dependency they have on technology since they have used it all their life.
The tendency to be on technology can be a great harm in one's health. Nowadays it is a requirement to have a computer when pursuing an education, since most of the assigned work is through a type version. Indeed it's more professional and sophisticated. Nevertheless, as stated by the article Causes of Hand Tingling and Hand Numbness the "Carpal tunnel syndrome tends to be one of the most common causes of hand tingling....This tends to occur in people that use the computer frequently, use the cash register, or are involved in activities that involve repetitive motion at the wrist" (Web). The use of technologies not only affects articulation but as well trouble in your sleep. According to Charles Czeisler of Harvard Medical School states that "The higher use of these potentially more sleep-disruptive technologies among younger generations may have serious consequences for physical health, cognitive development and other measures of wellbeing" (Web). Using technology before going to sleep increases the percentage of insomnia since it causes an active mind during the night interrupting a n individual sleep time, a loss of concentration and to become sleepy throughout the next day. It can also cause headaches and change in individuals mood to feeling frustrated and anxious.
The National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) claims that "about 26 million Americans between the ages of 20 and 69 have high frequency hearing loss due to exposure to loud noises at work or in leisure activities" (Web). If a vigorous use of high level of noise can cause the "tinnitus which is constant ringing in the ears" (Web). People specially in teenagers turn up the volume of these devices to the highest volume without realizing that they are taking the risk of loosing their hearing. In a study by NHS choices "2,711 festival-goers in 2008, 84% said they experienced dullness of hearing or ringing in the ears after listening to loud music" (Web). Many people who enjoy this types of activities should think the consequences that can affect their own health before actually do them.