these days most people are desperately dependent to their mobile phone. What are the reasons of that and how it has affected their lives? do you think there would be an alternative in future? if so, what?

The mobile phone is one of the most discoveries of the 20th century, which has become the central part of every human being’s life. From the moment we wake up to the time we go to sleep, we stay glued to it, and it is undeniable that we can do almost anything anywhere by using it. Mostly the control of our lives is taken by our cellphone. Shopping, communicating, paying bills to name, but few can be done by touching a button.
the advantages of
digital piece cannot be ignored, its disadvantages are a lot too. Weakened vision, sleep disorders, depression and many other health problems can be counted as the side effect of using cell phones too much. As technology is rapidly developing, it cannot be said that there would not be an alternative. It is possible that the cell phone changes to a more complex digital device which is hard for us to imagine it.
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