Friday, November 20, 2020

Current Affairs 8 to 13 Nove.2020 | Useful For All Exam

 But Sahu is so addicted to mobile that we can't even imagine life without mobile.

So why should such an idea be made? Anyway, mobile is a very useful thing. In a way, there is no such thing as a mobile. It helps you in any task. The question is, how much do we use mobile when we need help or contact someone and how long do we sit with mobile without work? One thing that is heard in everyone's mind these days is that they are so busy that they do not have time for themselves or their family! 
Well, if this happens to you, check once and for all, how much time do you give to mobile? If a man gives as much time to his mobile as he gives to his person, many issues of relationship will be solved. Now there are many apps that keep track of the time spent on mobile. Try it once and see how much time your phone consumes.

Digital detox is the currency of America nowadays. We have a lot of people out there now experimenting with digital detoxification. We do detoxification to get rid of toxins in our body. The method of naturopathy we have there is detoxification. What about digital toxins that remove toxins from the body but also damage the mind and brain? Digits detox is for that. Well what to do in it? Very easy. To voluntarily decide for some time that I will not touch the mobile for such a long time. Turning on for an hour or two and then increasing the time. There are many people in America who keep their mobiles completely off on holidays. We keep the phone twisted all day on holidays.

Man has started moving away from nature due to mobile. Naturally, we do not enjoy the beauty that surrounds us. That's right, people are suffering from various mental illnesses because of mobile phones. All people live in anxiety. Keep looking at the phone for a few minutes. Waking up in the morning, the first thing to do is to look at the mobile. Do you turn off mobile data at night? Many people's data is running round the clock. When we wake up in the morning, there are many good morning messages on WhatsApp. It's like doing a job. Every morning after you check the message, think, what is the message in this that is really important to me? Most likely not at all!

Four things are important in a person's life. Family, Friends, Health and Work. In these four matters, mobile should not come anywhere. According to one expert, a person should be divided into three parts 24 hours a day. Eight hours of sleep, eight hours of work and eight hours of free. Free means doing what we love. Keep mobile, do socializing too, but also set a time. According to a study, the efficiency of people who use mobile constantly decreases. For those who do creative work, it is necessary to keep the brain a little more free. Man is so busy with mobile that he doesn't even have time to think about anything in peace. Mobile keeps our brain occupied. Do people check every five to ten minutes for any message even while working?

We also talk like, what if there is an emergency? You know most emergencies are imaginary. Think about it, the last news you got that you can put in the emergency category? And if there is an emergency, should the person message or call directly? Another thing is that whoever has your job has to find you. Diwali is coming. If you are thinking of taking a resolution in the new year, it is like doing a digital detox. There is nothing left in this, everything has to continue. Just to control the use of mobile a little. For themselves and for their own people. Decide what is important in your life and who is important and give it your time. Also do a digital fast one day if possible. Nothing is going to stop, on the contrary if something is stuck it will come alive. If you try, it will be fun. Happy Diwali and Happy New Year from now on

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