Tips for Protecting Your Mobile Phone Screen

The panic when you realize you have dropped your iPhone and your phone need repair, is nothing compared to the feeling of horror you experience when you realize your screen has been cracked or smashed. Connected we are our cell phone, being without one has been explained by some as missing a limb, therefore, it is safe to assume decreasing the danger of screen damage is top on mobile users agenda.

These simple steps will help extend the life of your cell phone screen.

Use a cell phone case

If you want to decrease the danger of screen damage, there are very general and affordable cases on the market and which provide the basic level of protection and there are those which would save your phone in the event of the apocalypse. Which one you want to select depends on what you want to spend anyway a waterproof case is forever advisable.

Store your phone rightly

When not in use don’t permit your phone to rattle around loosely in your laptop or handbag case and do not store them in the same pocket as your keys. Despite using a screen protector and phone case you do still need to treat your phone with the value it deserves.

Keep your mobile way from water

Mobile and water phones don’t mix well combine and dip in the sink, toilet bowl or a puddle could signal the end of a phone life fairly fast. Be mindful of where your mobile is and when you use it. Don’t leave it in your back pocket when you go the toilet, and possibilities are you will flip it out into the toilet when you pull your jeans back up.

Consider insurance

If you are heavy on your mobile then consider phone insurance. It is vital to check the terms and situations anyway before buying a policy as there are often a number of exclusions.

Invest in a screen protector

Once upon a time looking at your screen via a screen protector was looking at the view on a top speed train whose windows had been cleaned in a month. These days the screen protectors provide amazing protection and do not jeopardize the smooth running of the phone. Obviously, the experience is a pretty better without yet you could end up with no experience at all if you have a cracked iPhone 4 screen repair.

Active and passive smoking

Smoking is an addictive habit followed by millions of people around the world. The people in the developed countries are less attached to smoking than the people of the developing countries. Statistics have also shown that the percentage of active and passive smokers is high in developing countries. Tobacco smoke contains thousands of chemicals including at least 70 carcinogens which are capable of producing cancer. Some of the chemicals found in cigarette smoke include nicotine, lead, arsenic, formaldehyde, ammonia, radioactive elements like uranium, benzene etc. Most of the carcinogens are coming from tobacco leaves and not from additives contained in the cigarettes or other tobacco products.

Active smoking

Active smokers use cigarette, cigar or bidis as a habit and smoke them continuously changing cigarette after cigarette. Negative effects of active smoking include formation of cancer in lungs, throat and different organs of the body. The affected organs include lungs, liver, esophagus, cervix, kidney, bladder, throat, bone marrow etc. Various complications during pregnancy, damages to respiratory and cardiovascular systems etc are also caused as a result of regular cigarette smoking.

Passive smoking

Inhaling the smoke by any person who stands near to a smoker is known as passive smoking. Smoking resulted from environmental tobacco is also considered as passive smoking. The person who is subjected to passive smoking inhales nicotine, toxins  and carcinogens  and may experience sore eyes, sore throat, headache, sneezing, nausea, irritation etc. Passive smokers are not getting addicted to smoking, but they are prone to all the effects of active smoking. They are also prone to the diseases that are mentioned in the case of active smokers, but to a lesser rate or with a slower speed. It is very sinful to cause the old parents getting affected by irresponsible smoking of the youngsters.

There are evidences to show that passive smokers are prone to breast cancer in women around the age of 50 years. As passive smoking has been proved beyond doubt to cause serious health problems, World health organization has taken bold steps to declare smoking in public place as criminal offense. Statistics show that about 25-30 % of the passive smokers develop heart diseases and about 20-25 % of them develop lung cancer and other cancers.

So the impacts caused on the society by passive smoking has to be considered as a  serious matter and wide publicity and public awareness has to be created and life of innocent people have to be saved at any cost.

Most of the carcinogens are coming from tobacco leaves and not from additives contained in the cigarettes or other tobacco products.