We all love technology, but we can’t help but wonder whether it’s bad for us. We spend so much time on our devices that we don’t even notice how much time we are wasting. The Negative effects of  Technology has also made us anti-social and lazy because of the way we use it – especially social media! It can harm your health if you use too many apps or games that could cause eye strain or headaches etc…

We waste too much time

In the past, it was common for people to think that time was a limited resource. But now we know better, right? Time is more valuable than money and there are so many things that need our attention at any given moment.

For example: you can’t spend all day doing laundry because you have other things to do (like paying bills). You can’t spend all night working out because there are other things (like eating) that take priority over physical exercise.

And if you want your kids to get good grades in school while they’re still young enough where they’ll learn from their mistakes and not get discouraged by failures or set backs later on down the road when they’ve already given up hope on themselves as adults who should know how life works yet struggle with troubles every single day instead of just getting through them like adults do!

Technology makes us anti-social

Social media is making us anti-social. It’s hard to find someone who doesn’t have a story about how social media made them less social and more isolated.

In fact, in a recent study published in the Journal of Applied Psychology, researchers found that people who spend less than an hour per day on social media are happier and report higher levels of well-being than those who use it as much as they want. But here’s the kicker: They also tend to be more empathetic than those who spend more time online!

This may sound counterintuitive—after all, if you’re not communicating with other people through your phone or computer screen (or whatever device you use), then why would you care about their feelings? But according to this study by University College London School Psychologist David Ralphs (who was quoted above), it turns out that being able to connect with others via online conversations triggers feelings of empathy: “The positive effects we see here come not just from feeling connected but also from actually seeing yourself reflected back in someone else’s eyes.”

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Technology makes us making us lazy

Technology is making us lazy. It’s easy to see, and it can be hard to avoid.

When you have a device in your hand, it’s natural for you to want to use it—whether it’s texting or scrolling through Instagram, messaging friends on Facebook or using your phone as an alarm clock. But when we spend more time doing things on our phones than working with other people face-to-face (or even physically), technology becomes an easy scapegoat for our lack of productivity in general.

It might seem like adding another hour of work into my day would increase my productivity but if I’m having trouble concentrating because I’m constantly checking social media accounts then there’s no way this will happen!

It’s taking over our lives

Technology has taken over our lives. We spend too much time on our phones, becoming lazy and anti-social. We don’t spend enough time with family and friends, or even doing physical activities like exercising or dancing around the house!

We have all these great things that technology gives us: smartphones, computers, tablets, Netflix—but it’s also taking away from them too because they’re so addictive!

It can cause harm to the environment

Technology is causing harm to the environment. Technology has a big impact on our natural resources, such as water and land. It also brings many new problems for us to deal with. For example, many people use plastic bags for shopping and then throw them away rather than recycling them. This causes a lot of pollution because plastic bags break down into small pieces which end up in waterways where they can harm animals or other living things who eat them (like fish).

Another problem with technology is that it takes up too much space in places like cities where there isn’t enough land available for everyone who wants housing! So what do we do? We need more space so that people don’t have too much stuff around them all day long; but how can we get more space without destroying anything else first? The answer might surprise you: nature itself could provide some answers…

Technology is  expensive

The cost of technology is increasing faster than inflation, wages, the cost of living and other goods. This means that it’s becoming increasingly difficult for ordinary people to afford the latest gadgets and gizmos. It can be argued that this is because technology doesn’t simply improve our lives but also makes us dependent on it in order to function properly as individuals or citizens.

For example: if you have a smart phone you will be able to surf the internet more effectively than someone who doesn’t have one; however in turn this makes you vulnerable when criminals use social media platforms like Facebook or Twitter (which are very popular) as part of their plan for stealing money or property from others’ accounts using fake profiles created using stolen photographs taken off Google Images which were then uploaded onto Facebook pages by hackers posing as amateurs who just want help with their homework assignments so they don’t get caught doing anything wrong themselves!

Technology is everywhere and most of the time it is helpful, but there are also some downsides.

Technology is everywhere, and it’s changing the world in ways that are hard to predict. However, there are also some downsides to technology. In this essay I will talk about how technology can be harmful and how it can be used for good.

  • Technology can be harmful:
  • The internet has given people access to more information than ever before; however it also makes us more vulnerable because we have no control over what we read on the internet or where our information comes from.
  • Computer viruses spread quickly through email attachments and other forms of social media sharing (such as Facebook). These viruses often cause damage by deleting files on your computer or infecting its operating system with malware which can lead directly into identity theft or other crimes like child pornography possession/production/distribution etc., so think twice before clicking links within emails sent from unknown contacts!


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