extreme technology: children growing with weak hands

Researchers say that children who use too much technology can not hold their pencils or cut paper with scissors. Here are some important details for parents. Today smartphones and tablets are suitable babysitters and pacifiers for children who are bored or crying.
However, these children are prevented from having pencils in their hands, cutting paper with scissors, and developing the hand strength needed to perform tasks that can easily be done by children of the same age ten years in advance.

Turkey study conducted by the Heart Foundation reports that children need to leave finger muscle strength and readiness to come to class and activity against other specialized courses.
Turkey pediatric doctors association behind the report, small children often counting beads, states that traditional activities such as coloring and other entertainment are now available. Intelligent boarding, intelligent training is now being implemented in schools and damages as much as the benefits of technology must be revealed. Pencil is given to the children who come to the school, but it is stated that they do not have the pencil because they do not have basic mobility skills. Experts recommend swapping tablets for the loss of these fine motor skills.
Giving kids an iPad is easier than promoting games like building blocks, cutting, gluing, building muscles such as toys and rope pulling. This comes to the work of the families. Therefore, they can not improve their basic skills to hold a pencil. In the earliest stages of development, this disruption leads to physical and mental disabilities in childhood if not addressed by teachers, parents and professionals. Weak hands, slow development. Experts say that 5 years ago they applied for children with weak handles, a specific diagnosis like the Down syndrome, and now they are looking at children who are not known and who are increasing in number. They are children of technology addicts who have no health problems.


Experts, however, address the loss of fine motor skills in relation to the dramatic increase in technology. Instead, they say another change can affect the child's growth. The delays in the child's development are not yet clear as they are the result of too many YouTube videos, or they spend a lot of time on a living armchair. If there is something open, it is that parents can help their young children in primary school and on a better floor to get to later life.

* Parents call from experts

The danger of looking at too many screens is obvious. Today's children are also developing problems of seeing as a result of increasing screen time. Scientific evidence needs further study in this regard, but there is strong social knowledge that video games, tablet and smartphones are increasing their vision problems over time.

Experts see low cardiovascular fitness and higher obesity rates in today's children. In fact, the latest statistics for childhood obesity show that the problem is getting worse. In 2015 and 2016, 26 percent of children between the ages of 2 and 5 were overweight. We compare this to the statistics that two years ago, in 2013 and 2014, only 9 percent of children aged 2 to 5 considered obese. You will see an increase.
Children do not do the exercises they need. They are not playing outside. They are dependent on the screens.

Most parents of young children have grown on TV screens for hundreds of years. That's why they prefer not to think that screens can cause these problems. This makes the problem worse because they do not recognize social knowledge. Doctors do not shorten the duration of the screen without recommendation. Sometimes this does not work because the screens are addictive and take on the role of a great baby-sitter.
Set as strict a time limit as a child can use a device, and ask them to meet certain requests before signing in.

As with any addiction or habit, it can be difficult to pull a tablet or smart device out of the hands of your child. Being conscious is the best way to prevent health problems and build them up for success and correct development later on.
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