Studying without technology and gadgets is practically impossible nowadays, and it’s only logical that students tend to use their electronic devices with or without any cause. In general, studies show that young adults spend on screens more than seven hours every day, and this fact can’t help but affect their health and well-being – mostly negatively.
Technically, you can’t possibly stop using gadgets at all, as our whole lifestyle depends on it. However, you can learn how to manage your time more effectively and reduce negative influence of screens on our eyesight and stress levels.
So, what’s so scary about spending too much time on electronic devices?
As we bend our necks all the time in order to look at smartphones, or have a posture of a question mark when sitting on the chair, our spines suffer from constant pressure, and this may cause chronic back pain.