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yes because your not doing anything else
It causes myopia and attention problems.
No, watching television does not cause lack of blinking. You are most likely so concentrated on the TV that you are forgetting to blink. Soon your involuntary muscles will cau…se you to(my teacher told me this).
damages our eyesite.
Your Straining Your Eyes Alot And The Brain Is Uncomfortable With The Lighting In Your Eyes. And Your Unable To Move Your Eyes All Around The Screen Normally With The Brain Re…laxed.
Home use is responsible for more than half of the total output of carbon dioxide. Appliances (A/C, heat, water heaters) account for 70% of home electricity use, and another 10…% by incandescent lighting. Televisions actually account for about 3% of the typical home's energy use. Pinpointing television use as a significant cause of global warming is therefore contraindicated.
No, it is a genetic disorder. Basically, you are born with it. It just may not show until a later age.
yes because some shows can be violent like family guy which a lot of older kids think is funny and watch it
Watching tv cannot give you acne, they are two different things... however not washing you face can :)
Basically, no. But can it lead you away from God, Yes. Note: "Can" Not "Will"
No, this has not been scientifically proven.
Television uses electricity that is mostly generated by burning fossil fuel (coal, oil and natural gas). Burning fossil fuels releases extra carbon dioxide into the greenhouse… gases of the atmosphere. If you use fossil fuel electricity, then one person watching television increases the demand for power a tiny bit. Now imagine if a million people watch TV!
They're usually caused by tiredness. So if you are staying up late gazing at the telly instead of getting a full night's sleep then yes, it can!
Obviously not - autism is a neurological condition, apart from thefact that peole are born autistic, watching TV cannot change yourbrain.
There is something called TV-induced epilepsy. It's not really caused by watching too much tv actually. Some people are sensitive to flickering lights (photosensitive) and rap…id tv images can induce seizure in some people. It's thought the 3D tvs may trigger this as well.
Yes. LED flickers causing severe eyestrain and even nausea in some people. The industry is pushing for LED's due to the slimmer profile and decreased energy consumption. You c…an google LED eyestrain and see problems from people about it everywhere. The frightening parts is IT depts at business have no clue about this problem and are ordering LED monitors to replace their current. There are several workplaces that are having problems. This should be on national news and manufacturers should fix the problem. If you google flicker-free LED you will find a few models, the problem is already known about. There is some concern with the blue white light for LED, but I am un-sure how much this contributes to the problem.