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In this day of age technology has become a part of our lives From the moment people awaken from sleep we check our Facebook e-mails and reply to unread text messages all in a matter of seconds For some people technology has over taken over their lives and do not even know it Since the days of early television to the digital days of the internet people have become addicted to technology Hiding in the virtue world of video games is also addicting People need to realize how addicted they are because it has become a serious problem in society The television social media and video games use to be things people own but now it owns the people The addiction to technology could be compare to drug or food cravings Having the urge get on your laptop or look at your Facebook Nowadays when people go sit at a restaurant it is not impossible to notice half a dozen people messing with their cell phones At times two people will be sitting across from another and not be talking but just on their cell phones People cannot communicate as they use to they text each other even if they are in the same room together Teenagers especially have this bad habit of not talking face to face to someone they would rather just text them Technology has gotten people that they cannot even go on with their daily lives without the use of their cell phones In a Reuters report researchers at the University of Maryland asked 200 students to give up of their social media habits for 24 hours They had found out after one day many showed signs of anxiety and the inability to their daily routine of life without their social media Siew 2010Back to the early days of television was the beginning of the addiction Today it seems like every family owns a TV
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