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Teens on Screens
Transcript of Teens on Screens
- Effects on Arms & Hands
- Ear Issues
- Eyesight Issues
- Effects on Skin
- Posture Issues
- Sleep Issues
- Addiction ,Radiation & Much More!!!
Overview of Effects
Teens on Screens
Shreya Barma, Qing Huang, Jessica Singh, Samiha Uddin
- 24% of teenagers are online constantly, 24/7
- 92% of teenagers go online daily
- 71% of teenagers use more than one social media website
- 77% of teens have smart phones
Good at Typing?
- 1 in 5 teens has some sort of hearing loss
- NIHL (Noise Induced Hearing loss)
- Inner ear damage never heals
- Happens gradually
How Does Technology Relate to Stress?
Let's look at our results!
- 40.3% IHS Students reported severe depression
- Most common stressors: lack of time & self-imposed stress
- #1 for lack of sleep - anxiety and lack of resilience
- Sitting w/ shoulders forward leads to tightness/pulling at opposing muscles in the back
- The farther your moves forward, the more work your spine has to do
- Work = Force x Distance
- Blue light reduces production of melatonin (natural sleeping hormone)
- Light picked up by cells behind eyeballs communicating it is morning
- Shorter restorative REM cycles, delayed circadian rhythms
-Overwork the muscles in your hands!
- Arteries, veins & nerves compressed
- Increases chances of tennis elbow & carpal tunnel
- Slower blink rate
- Eyes constantly refocus and readjust
- Viewing screens too close, eyes converge
- Reading dark print on an extremely bright background leads to muscles at temples to spasm
- Inflammation of the tendons in elbow
- Caused by overuse of forearm muscles
- Pain also spreads to forearm and wrist
- Condition of hand and fingers
- Caused by compression of a major nerve
- Nerve passes through a passage in front of the wrist, along flexor tendons of the hand
5 Crazy Ways Social Media is Affecting our Brain
What can I do?
-Wear noise reducing headphones
- Keep volume below 60% & limit listening under 60 minutes/day.
-Ask people around you if they can hear your music!
Get up off your seats!!!
Data Usage Assessment
- 94.5% phones tested contaminated w/ bacteria
- Phones found to have E-Coli
- Phones frequently have MRSA (give skin infections)
- Causes more acne and blemishes
So now what?
- Limit time spent typing
- Give hands a break
- Type in the most comfortable
- Wash your hands frequently
- Try to limit contact with your phone when hands are dirty
- Limit contact with phone
What can Eye do?
- Don't use phone in the dark
- Lower brightness
- Don't use phone in moving car
- 20-20-20 rule
- Blue light filter apps/screen covers
Want better sleep?
- Don't use screen 1 hr before
- Sleep without your phone by your side
So What is the Problem?
We are often taught how smartphones work but we aren't taught how to use these devices wisely, and how to avoid the complications that are brought upon our physical and mental health.
- Frequent breaks (every 20 min.)
- Roll shoulders back
- Use phone at eye level distance
-Text Neck Indicator - Android only
- Retina harmed by high-energy visible radiation
- Penetrates macular pigment
- Low density of macular pigment represents risk for AMD
- Selective attention: take in 11 million bits of information, but can only focus on 40 at a time
- Brain sends flush of adrenaline
- One/both tasks will get done slower
- Interferes with short-term memory
- Too much adrenaline exerts brain
- Deteriorates independent thinking
- Harms self-esteem
- Initiates release of adrenaline
- Decrease in attention spans
-IAD is a real thing
--> Causes tremors, shivers, nausea
- Analogous to drug addiction (Dopamine misuse)
- Brain dependency on technology
- May be included among gambling and eating disorders