Does watching TV make you tired?
yes it does i was watching tv today i was so tired after watching it for 2 long hours so yes the tv does make you tired
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If you are closer than 4-6 ft. from the television screen, whether in the dark or not, your eyesight will slowly become weaker (over time, not necessarily in one sitting). Wat…ching televison in the dark is also bad for your vision, and can cause vision problems as well.
no.. it doesn't
watching TV in the dark does make your eye sight weak but only if your focusing on it too much. your eyesight will deteriorate over time not all at once. the best way to count…er this is to look at an object that is at a distance after a short while so your eyes can refocus
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no it doesn't make you blind
actually it has no scientific reason behind it ,it is just said cause it makes you get away from your studies but it really has no effect on your brain
commercials background noise phone rings bad reception violence
yes tv watching gives no incentive for activity, ads for food continuous to want to eat even if not hungry
I think that watching violence on tv makes normal people FEEL violent and not act on them out of common sense and self control. But some mentally unbalanced people and people …with poor impulse control and who don't know any better like some teens and most young children would feel the need to act on those impulses. So I don't believe it's the violence on television per se "making" people violent (any more than guns "make" people violent), it's already violent people thinking it's okay to do so. Television is always a convenient excuse for when somebody does something stupid.
Makes me tired
Watching TV does not directly make you hungry However you can watch something that triggers hunger (like cooking shows) Also some people become hungry or just want to eat …something when they are bored Hope this helps:)
In Computer Hardware
Yes. You would need to hook the cable/Satellite box cable up to the computer.
In Television and Video
Well, it depends what you want to watch. Cartoons/adventure: Say that cartoons help a child's imagination. That cartoons are the very soul and fabric of being a child. Without… cartoons, children would have no imagination. You need imagination to help you in the future. Reality/documentary: Reality and documentaries are all about discovering the truth. Reality shows are based on real events, so that sort of teaches you not to lie. Tell her if she doesn't want you to be a liar, let you watch it. Horror/suspense: Everyone's gotta watch some of this; Tell her that it can be a maturity test for you. If you don't have nightmares/paranoia after watching the stuff, she might think you have a strong enough mental state to not let t.v. over-power you. Sci-fi/fantasy: Star Wars, Star Trek, what else is there? Who knows? They could teach you about the galaxy... Perhaps maybe inspire you to be the next space explorer. I'm sure mom wants a succesful child.
In Cable Television
If it's a HD tv then yes, otherwise you are watching a lower image resolution than your tv is capable of.
You can use Airplay with an iPad and and AppleTV to push video from the iPad's Video app, Netflix and other apps to your TV.
Wall mounts don't necessarily make it easier, it just makes it more convenient to have a TV on the wall to save some space. However wall mounts that allow you to tilt and swiv…el are make it easier as it helps direct the TV into your eye view so it can be more visible.