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January 14, 2018

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Glued to the screen

Glued to the screen

Medical experts have urged smartphone users to limit excessive usage as this may lead damage to eyes in the long term because of the many hours spent staring at screens. As much as we depend on our mobile device for using and responding to emails, reading headline news and posting status updates on Facebook, our smartphones may be causing us some vision problems.

According to healthcare experts, long-term blue-light exposure may led to juvenile macular degeneration and soon a point may come when the eyes cannot see real colours properly. Additionally, the immediate effects of excessive use of smartphones include , but not limited to, the formation of a red eye, lack of concentration and sleep, and change in psychological attitude. People must take these warnings seriously and save themselves from the dangerous effects of excessive use of mobile phones.

Qadeer Sachan

Turbat

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