Technology, whether we want it or not, had been an inevitable part of our life and you can do nothing without using your mobile phone or the personal computer in your day to day life activities. Even the trend of laptops had given way to the new technology of palm tops, tablets and e-readers. And, with every growing tech accessories it is nothing but a manâ€™s health is what is at indefinite risk.
What you should and what you shouldnâ€™t do? Here are some tips on how tech could be using without harming your bodyâ€¦
Eyes are the first target for any tech enthusiast and most of them wear glasses with high power even at young ages. We can try correcting it with refractive surgery but the eyes will become even more sensitive after laser treatment and when you stare at the brightly lit LED for hours, they are sure to get all watery and damage the eyeballs.
Never use the highest brightness level in any monitors, tablets or e readers.
Always use safety strip covers on the LED lit panel as it not only helps to make it scratch proof but also obstruct sharp rays from reaching your eyes.
Never look at displays in absolute darkness. If so, use lowest possible brightness level and strongly stop using it for hours together.
Music quality had been improvised two fold since the olden days and even tiny speakers relate high quality music with loud bass along with shrill, crisp treble quality. It all sounds good on paper but when you start meddling with the equalizer settings for optimum quality, the player might be Ready but not your ears. Ear drums are most sensitive to sound and when you use thumping noise millimeters from the drum at high frequency, it will lead to serious disasters.
Never set the volume level too high. Moderate is preferable.
Bass settings should be minimal as it is meant to be on the exterior, not on in ear headphones.
Never hear hard rock or loud noise like music for hours. They can damage your brain and its thinking power immensely, says a research crew.
Donâ€™t go to sleep with music on and ear phones stuck close. They will block your ear for free air flow and also not advisable.
Try to listen using speakers outside at regular intervals to avoid pressure on ears.