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Addiction or third hand?


A smartphone is pure magic. ‘Can you go without your phone’ - The New York Times asks. The device, which can be placed in your pocket, allows you to instantly connect with anyone anywhere in the world to capture the spirit of photography and gain access to the knowledge of all mankind. Unbelievable!

An issue is….Is it salvation or trouble?

Modern mobile phones are very convenient and compact.

They have everything you need, they can be a book, reference book, map, notebook, alarm clock and much more….

Phones give us connection to the world, entertainment, safety, alarm & reminder, data transferring and more more things.

Some prefer to play casino online or King Billy Casino AU from home, order themselves with everything or pay bills with their phones.

But Dr. Kiki Leutner from the University College London conducted a study in which more than 2,000 were interviewed. The results of the survey showed that the time spent on a mobile phone negatively affects relationships.

People begin to feel the need to regularly look at their smartphone, and if, by coincidence, they cannot do this, then there is anxiety and panic.

With all that said and done, the way you utilize your mobile phone matters. If used wisely, a mobile phone can be one of the best gadgets you will ever hold. You can use it to benefit your life profitably. Don't let the disadvantages of mobile phones discourage you, it's a matter of choosing how best can it benefit you.


Doctors advise people to use these devices less often and keep them as far away from the body as possible.

According to researchers from the University of Derby (UK), 13% of British smartphone owners spend 3.6 hours a day - a quarter of wake time - interacting with their device. 35% of users use smartphone services in places where it is prohibited. 87% communicate with it on social networks, 52% use the instant messaging service. At the same time, 46.8% of users say that the gadget allowed them to improve their social life, and 23.5% argue with them, claiming that the smartphone is becoming an obstacle to "real life".

Life without a smartphone (like life with a smartphone) has many specific advantages. Leaving your office or home, you find yourself on your own, and no one can contact you via email, social networks or using the application for instant message delivery. Of course, it’s difficult to live in a big city without mobile communications, but an ordinary cellular telephone is quite capable of providing it, due to calls and SMS.

No Instagram, Facebook and even Twitter in this case:)

It’s worth to admit that we love our smartphones so much, not only because they replace the alarm clock or recorder, but also because they tie us to themselves through less obvious mechanisms. They are pleasant to the touch, beautiful, fragile, they easily adapt to our habits, and they are always new, and “very ours,” filled with personal photos, notes, dialogs and addresses.

But are we ready to part with our gadgets in order to have more time for family, friends or sports?

This is a very big question ...






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