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Common myths about the dangers of smartphones
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The biggest misconceptions about smartphones.
Despite the fact that there are enough reliable sources of information in the world, a significant part of mobile equipment users continue to believe in a huge number of myths related to this useful blessing of technology. Isn’t it time to debunk the most popular misconceptions about “human helpers”?
1. Radiation from a smartphone causes brain cancer.
There is no connection.
Scientists from around the world have spent a single year in order to establish or disprove the link between the development of human brain cancer and the use of smartphones. Numerous experiments and experiments have shown that in reality there is no connection. Moreover, even over time, the emission of smartphones does not have any negative effect on the human brain.
2. Smartphone spoils eyesight
Do not believe in it.
Another popular misconception. Recent studies (most of which began 20 years ago) show that there is no connection between myopia and the use of mobile devices. It is curious that even the old models of displays did not adversely affect the eyes.
Today, “nomophobia” is flourishing in the world - dependence on smartphones. This is sure a large number of "experts". Nevertheless, doctors are convinced that there is no dependence, and the unusual connection between man and technology should be attributed to social issues, rather than psychology-related ones. This is because a person is attached not to the smartphone itself, but to the need to be in touch with colleagues, friends and relatives.
4. The first charge should be with 0%
Once it was.
If we talked about this 10-15 years ago, when iron-nickel and nickel-metal hydride batteries were widely used, this statement would not be a myth at all. However, modern lithium-ion batteries no longer require such treatment with them. Charging from 0% is no longer needed.
5. You can not use the smartphone to charge
By themselves, from using only while charging, smartphones do not explode. The cause of the explosion is the humidity of the air, high (or too low) temperature in the room, contact with water and the use of low-quality charger. Finally, the cause of the explosion may be problems with the power grid.
6. Bluetooth and Wi-Fi "eat up" charging
The battery can sit down quickly.
Yes and no. Popular networks do consume a certain amount of energy, but they are not able to discharge the smartphone in a matter of hours from their inclusion alone.