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Technology is a Boon or Bane ?

Even social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter are places where students can connect with each other to share ideas, articles, and other resources. However, there is always a problem. The abuse of technology will bring a lot of pain to society. Addicted to video games, Facebook, Instagram, etc.

Leading to a lack of activity, which can lead to many health problems such as brain and heart disease, high blood sugar, obesity, and in extreme cases, psychological problems, depression, death, accidents, disruptive behavior, and suicide.

Students, need a strict daily routine to balance exercise, learning, and fun. The addiction to mobile phones and other navigation devices creates a mixed picture, which emphasizes greater comfort and satisfaction than outdoor activities and learning.

A double-edged sword, we must use it correctly. We need to limit gambling and Internet access to specific times of the day to avoid addiction. We must live a strict lifestyle, equal time for study, play and surfing.

Technology is an important factor affecting the lives of millions of students.No matter where we go, we will see that technology makes students’ lives better; however, although technology is useful, it also has a dark side that is harmful and unfavorable to students, so we raise a controversial question: Is technology a blessing? Or a curse?

Technology has brought significant positive changes to society. Schools that use modern technologies such as computers, interactive TVs, and platforms such as Power School, Google Classroom, and BYJU can provide beginners with hands-on learning opportunities. With the help of technology, students can understand what they are teaching and can easily apply it to real life.

Technology makes schools a place where students like to go. In the classroom, students can share notes, explore, comment, collaborate, create study groups, share courses online, and use applications such as Google Drive to create virtual creative content online. Even social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter are places where students can connect with each other to share ideas, articles, and other resources.

However, there is always a problem: the abuse of technology will cause many problems in society. The constant addition of video games, Facebook, Instagram, etc. will lead to sedentary behavior, which will lead to many health problems, such as brain and heart disease, and high-glycemic tests. Blood, obesity, and in extreme cases mental health problems, depression, death, accidents, disruptive behavior, and suicide.

It integrates fitness, learning, and entertainment. Due to the reliance on mobile phones and other display devices, the images are inconsistent, highlighting greater comfort and satisfaction than outdoor activities, technology is like a double-edged sword, we need to get it right. We need to limit games and viewing to specific times of the day to avoid addiction.

You must live a balanced lifestyle with the same hours of study, play, and surfing.