Tablets have taken the world by storm, especially the women who find it really convenient to carry the sleek and handy gadget in their handbags wherever they go. From its user-friendly touch screen to its digital and stylish pen, everything in tablets look so attractive and classy that they have become every womanâ€™s must-have tech toy. From babysitting to playing games to helping kids with their homework, tablets turn out to be an inevitable parenting tool.
But even though tablets offer a great way to carry music, pictures, and videos around as well as babysit your child, they have their own limitations and if used excessively, take a toll on your health. Like desktops, tablets too adversely affect your eyesight with sustained and long-term use. The awkwardly bending positions that we adopt while using our tablets cause excessive strain on our back, neck, and shoulder muscles, causing pain, discomfort, and long-term muscle damage.
What you must know
A leading online education website has rolled out an infographic that focuses on the correct posture that one should adopt while using a tablet. The research done by the Harvard Study analyzed the correct head, neck, and shoulder positions while participants used their tablet devices. According to the study, using a cover with a stand at the back can help. Also, to reduce health hazards, we must place our tablet on a table, instead of our lap. Take a look at the study conducted by ONLINEDEGREES.ORG to learn more.
Presented By: OnlineDegrees.org