Is music good while doing homework?
Listening to music while doing homework seems harmless, but many studies have shown that listening to popular music with lyrics can hurt reading comprehension and the ability to do complex tasks, but that more “zen-like” and classical music does not. But if your teens’ academics are slipping, that’s a red flag.
Is it OK to listen to songs while studying?
To sum up: research suggests it’s probably fine to listen to music while you’re studying – with some caveats. It’s better if: it puts you in a good mood. it’s not too fast or too loud.
How far should your cell phone be from your body?
Follow the advice of the cellphone manufacturer. You’re supposed to keep an iPhone 7 at least 5 mm (about 0.2 inches) away from your body, a Samsung Galaxy S6 at least 1.5 cm (about 0.6 inches) and a Google Pixel 1 cm (about 0.4 inches) away.
How do I block cell phone radiation?
The less you talk on your cell phone, the less exposure to radiation you will have. So by keeping voice conversations short, you’re limiting your exposure. Use a headset. Experts recommend using either a wired headset or a Bluetooth headset.
Can I put my phone under my pillow?
Sleeping with your phone under your pillow is not only hazardous, it could be deadly. Cell phones, tablets, and other forms of hand-held technology release electromagnetic waves caused by X-rays as well as microwaves which may lead to the growth of tumors.