The current state of the modern world is leading to the progress of technology and the use of modern equipment to deal with everyday living routines. Still, the more we focus on effective tools that are now part of our routine, the more we will experience various health issues. We will learn how we are surrounded by modern-day tools and comfort and their effect on us, and how we can’t get away from them in this article.
Everyone must agree that our lives have changed since the epidemic; we have all begun a new existence in a unique style. So many things have changed, whether it’s our eating habits, sleeping patterns, socialisation, or even the ‘Me Time’ notion, which has led to a shift in life.
The epidemic has impacted all current generations, be it a child, a teenager, an adult, or an older people. We’ve all evolved in one way or another. However, this ‘developing’ is the downfall of an individual on another level.
In today’s world, which is entirely digitalised, one can obtain anything they desire without leaving their bed. Today, you do not need to leave your comfort zone for food, groceries, education, or even gymming. We established the digital world to assist us, but it has lost its significance. Kids are no longer accustomed to writing; instead, they type because we are required to follow the trend, which today is being a ‘techie’.
In the current scenario, the entire generation is addicted to electronic devices and is developing various health concerns because of their excessive use and having issues such as cervical, vision problems, hearing loss, body posture, and a variety of other disorders.
Only older citizens who are not influenced by digital technology or are not ‘techies’ have time to converse, walk, interact, shop, and, most importantly, sleep.
Remember, we can’t copy their style or routine, but we can change our lives in our own ‘techie’ way. We have to find time for ourselves, take a break from digital devices, and, most importantly, exercise.
The only options we have are to set aside some time and engage in some physical activities, as these are the only ways to save us from the diseases that currently exist and lead a life free from load and stress.
SGT University established the Faculty of Mass Communication and Media Technology (FMMT) to meet the demands of an increasing job market in the media industry in India and abroad. The faculty is well equipped to train students in the art of filmmaking, television and radio production, and digital and print journalism. Today, the Faculty of Mass Communication and Media Technology has become one of the best colleges in Delhi NCR for Journalism and Mass Communication courses.
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