Mobile phones are an important part of our lives. Many people spent more time with their mobile than they spent it with their families.
If you give something too much of your time, it will give you unnecessary troubles in the future. It applies to the phones as well.
I’ve left using phones a long back ago. I won’t suggest you do it. But of course, you can reduce the usage of it.
Every now and then, news articles pop up with headlines that include the bad effects of excessive mobile usages.
But, hardly have we noticed it.
So, if we think about a practical solution for it, then we would come with only one solution. The solution would be to reduce its usages.
Here are my Top 5 tips to reduce the usage of mobile phones.
Get Rid of Unnecessary Apps: If you think smartly, you will see that there are a lot of unnecessary apps on your device. Most probably you don’t use them, but for some reason you still have them. Uninstall all the unnecessary apps. Use a simple method, any app that you haven’t used since last 15 days is worth nothing. As a result, it will reduce the notifications and the pointless emails as well.
Stop The Urge: I’ve seen people, those who check their phones all the time, even when they’re chatting personally. Mobile phones are a new age addiction. It is widely spread so no one noticed it yet. Follow a certain rule; check your phone when it is important. Believe it or not, if you delete your profile from the internet nothing will change, life will be as same as before. Newsfeeds play a physiological war with you, and every time you look for the phone you lose the game.
Mobile diet: We have created mobile fat around us. Now it requires a proper diet. Are you willing enough to do it? Give yourself some break from the technology. Let the mobile go away from you. Spent at least a day without your mobile, and see what affects it will have on you. I’m sure it will be a peaceful and inspirational journey.
Use Alternatives: Before the mobile came into the picture, there were a lot of Alternatives, such as alarm clocks. Now it seems the world started from the mobile and ends into it. Use Alternatives so that you have some time to focus on yourselves. A morning alarm would be a good idea because it won’t distract your mind from other works. Its sole purpose is to help you wake up.
Stop Playing Games: You may not notice that, most of your time that you spent on your mobile either goes on social networks or playing games. I won’t say quit it, both are fun, but at some level, you need to understand where to cross the line. Spending hour and hours and avoiding daily routine is a clear sign of addiction.