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Digital Devices Becoming A Hindrance In The Bedroom

The use of mobile phones has increased tremendously over the past decade and there are growing concerns about the potentially dangerous effects of radio-frequency electromagnetic waves emitted by these devices on human health. Preliminary studies suggest a possible link between cell phone use and infertility. A recent study found that cell phone use adversely affects semen quality by reducing sperm count, motility, viability, and morphology

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By: Priyanka Saurabh

Due to working on mobile phone and laptop till late at night in the bedroom, disputes between husband and wife are increasing. Couples of the modern age are falling prey to psycho-sex disorder. The level of a chemical called di hydroxy ethylamine in the body is decreasing rapidly. Due to this, the hormone cycle of men and women is getting affected. Which is now making it difficult to have children, and is becoming a hindrance in the production of children.

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According to the research of Indian Medical Education, nature has given estrogen and progesterone to girls and testosterone hormone to boys so that they can carry forward their offspring. But due to the changing routine and addiction to modern equipment, the level of these hormones is getting disturbed. With which the modern couple is fighting the problem of sterility. To avoid this, we have to keep our distance from mobiles and laptops; we have to make a habit of walking continuously in the evening. By doing this, the hormone level will be correct and there will be happiness in the couple. Statistics show that the younger generation is ahead in divorce cases. The main reason behind this is the lack of intensity in the relationship between husband and wife. Porn sites are disturbing married life. New couples are more in divorce cases. According to the International Federation, the best age for marriage should be 22 for a girl and 25 for a boy. Delayed marriages lead to disputes. In such a situation, attention is not paid to progeny.

The use of mobile phones has increased tremendously over the past decade and there are growing concerns about the potentially dangerous effects of radio-frequency electromagnetic waves emitted by these devices on human health. Preliminary studies suggest a possible link between cell phone use and infertility. A recent study found that cell phone use adversely affects semen quality by reducing sperm count, motility, viability, and morphology. Evidence for harmful effects of mobile phones on male fertility is still similar as studies have revealed a wide spectrum of potential effects, ranging from minor effects to variable degrees of testicular damage. Although previous studies suggested a role of cell phone use in male infertility, the mode of action of EMW emitted from cell phones on the male reproductive system is still unclear. Radio-frequency electromagnetic waves can affect the reproductive system through a specific effect, thermal molecular effect, or a combination of both.

Human sexuality is an important component of a healthy lifestyle, but when mobiles and laptops are in the bedroom, their intoxication starts affecting the married life of the couples. Incidents of controversies are constantly taking birth with new technology. Offensive sites have started creating a disturbance in married life. Psycho sex disorders are on the rise. Due to disputes among couples suffering from disorders, divorces are happening every month. These divorces are more in newly married couples but are also happening in 40 cross couples.

Keeping the cell phone in the front pocket for about 4 hours a day also increases the number of immature spermatozoa. It can also damage the DNA in men reducing their fertility. According to the report of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation of Ohio (USA), cell phone use reduces semen quality by reducing sperm count, motility, viability, and normal morphology. Moreover, it has been found by many researchers that 14 percent of couples in the upper and middle-income groups face problems while conceiving.

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Constant exposure to cell phone radiation is considered very harmful for women trying to conceive. Prolonged exposure and proximity to cellular radiation lead to infertility in women as it affects the normal activity of the ovaries. Doctors and experts advise pregnant women to stop their daily cell phone usage habits to have a healthy baby. The radiation and electromagnetic fields generated by cell phones are also known to affect the development of the fetus.

Mobile laptops have become hot in the bedroom and are spoiling the sex life. In the new scenario, it is also called Cyber Widow. Mobile laptops are becoming the cause of disputes between couples and are increasingly becoming the reason for divorce. The disputes between husband and wife are slowly growing in the form of a psycho sex disorder, in which even the fight is coming. In such a situation, the couples do not have to go to the quacks before these disputes escalate. They have to go to psychiatrists and get their problems diagnosed.

There is no doubt that technology has enabled us to do more work than ever before. On the other hand, it has also worked to create obstacles in people’s positive and creative thinking. Unfortunately, many people have become addicted to technology even physically, which is directly spoiling your health both mentally and physically.

Many people have made Facebook and Instagram their favourite apps to pass the time, taking their attention away from their families. Instead of wasting time scrolling unnecessarily on social media, try a new hobby like reading a book or making a craft. This will also open your eyes to knowledge and your problem will be solved. (The author is a research scholar in political science, poet, freelance journalist, and columnist)

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