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8 Jan 2015 14:34

How much watching Tv is harmful for our eye sight?
Whats the right way to watch Tv safer.?
How much time do you give watching Tv?
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Edited by Meesum / 8 Jan 2015 14:41
8 Jan 2015 19:46


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8 Jan 2015 19:47

Quote by SHAHIN619

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Edited by _BABez_kiD_ / 8 Jan 2015 19:48
8 Jan 2015 20:51

I don't watch TV that much lol but I do, I mean not like whole day and stuff like that, I certainly don't put my eyes very close to the screen lol because that would be very harmful.

8 Jan 2015 22:46

Quote by _laketempest_
I don't watch TV that much lol but I do, I mean not like whole day and stuff like that, I certainly don't put my eyes very close to the screen lol because that would be very harmful.

yes.

8 Jan 2015 22:50

ask me about my phone safer coz i do not watch tv

8 Jan 2015 22:51

Quote by 0705189373
:kick ask me about my phone safer coz i do not watch tv

whats wrong in watching tv?

8 Jan 2015 22:54

Quote by Meesum
Quote by 0705189373
:kick ask me about my phone safer coz i do not watch tv

whats wrong in watching tv?

its boring

8 Jan 2015 22:55

Quote by 0705189373
Quote by Meesum
Quote by 0705189373
:kick ask me about my phone safer coz i do not watch tv

whats wrong in watching tv?

its boring

whats boring in tv ? There are films. Songs .comedy .stories .daramas .news and so on.

8 Jan 2015 22:58

all are in my mobile phone

8 Jan 2015 22:59

Quote by 0705189373
:) all are in my mobile phone

Only mtv

8 Jan 2015 23:00

Quote by china24
Quote by 0705189373
:) all are in my mobile phone

Only mtv :lol

mtv is a gud channel . I like it.

8 Jan 2015 23:01

Quote by 0705189373
:) all are in my mobile phone

so you watch tv in your mobile?

8 Jan 2015 23:01

Quote by Meesum
Quote by china24
Quote by 0705189373
:) all are in my mobile phone

Only mtv :lol

mtv is a gud channel . I like it.

Positive views

8 Jan 2015 23:03

Quote by Meesum
Quote by china24
Quote by 0705189373
:) all are in my mobile phone

Only mtv :lol

mtv is a gud channel . I like it.

i liked it b4 coz of THE VOICE

8 Jan 2015 23:03

Quote by china24
Quote by Meesum
Quote by china24
Only mtv :lol

mtv is a gud channel . I like it.

Positive views :)

Positive views ?

9 Jan 2015 03:27

Watch while am

Edited by ladyihzai / 9 Jan 2015 03:28
9 Jan 2015 05:03

Sliently

9 Jan 2015 05:08

Animal planet, channe i and rtv is my favorite channel. all sports channel is first choise.

9 Jan 2015 05:17

No doubt about it — TV, interactive video games, and the Internet can be excellent sources of education and entertainment for kids. But too much screen time can have unhealthy side effects.

That's why it's wise to monitor and limit the time your child spends playing video games, watching TV, and on the computer and the Internet.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that kids under age 2 have no screen time, and that kids older than 2 watch no more than 1 to 2 hours a day of quality programming.

It's also a good idea to make sure kids have a wide variety of free-time activities like reading, playing with friends, and sports, which can all play a vital part in helping them develop a healthy body and mind.

Here are some practical ways to make kids' screen time more productive.
TV Time

Limit the number of TV-watching hours:
Stock the room in which you have your TV with plenty of other non-screen entertainment (books, kids' magazines, toys, puzzles, board games, etc.) to encourage kids to do something other than watch the tube.
Keep TVs out of kids' bedrooms.
Turn off the TV during meals.
Don't allow your child to watch TV while doing homework.
Treat TV as a privilege that kids need to earn — not a right that they're entitled to. Tell them that TV viewing is allowed only after chores and homework are completed.
Try a weekday ban. Schoolwork, sports activities, and job responsibilities make it tough to find extra family time during the week. Record weekday shows or save TV time for weekends, and you'll have more family togetherness time to spend on meals, games, physical activity, and reading during the week.
Set a good example. Limit your own TV viewing.
Check the TV listings and program reviews. Look for programs your family can watch together (i.e., developmentally appropriate and nonviolent programs that reinforce your family's values). Choose shows, says the AAP, that foster interest and learning in hobbies and education (reading, science, etc.).
Preview programs. Make sure you think they're appropriate before your kids watch them.
Use the ratings. Age-group rating tools have been developed for some TV programs and usually appear in newspaper TV listings and onscreen during the first 15 seconds of some TV programs.
Use screening tools. Many new standard TV sets have internal V-chips (V stands for violence) that let you block TV programs and movies you don't want your kids to see.
Come up with a family TV schedule. Come up with something the entire family agrees on. Then post the schedule in a visible household area (i.e., on the refrigerator) so that everyone knows which programs are OK to watch and when. And make sure to turn off the TV when the "scheduled" program is over instead of channel surfing for something else to watch.
Watch TV with your child. If you can't sit through the whole program, at least watch the first few minutes to assess the tone and appropriateness, then check in throughout the show.
Talk to kids about what they see on TV and share your own beliefs and values. If something you don't approve of appears on the screen, turn off the TV and use the opportunity to ask your child thought-provoking questions such as, "Do you think it was OK when those men got in that fight? What else could they have done? What would you have done?" Or, "What do you think about how those teenagers were acting at that party? Do you think what they were doing was wrong?" If certain people or characters are mistreated or discriminated against, talk about why it's important to treat everyone fairly despite their differences. You can use TV to explain confusing situations and express your feelings about difficult topics (sex, love, drugs, alcohol, smoking, work, behavior, family life). Teach your kids to question and learn from what they see on TV.
Find out about other TV policies. Talk to other parents, your doctor, and your child's teachers about their TV-watching policies and kid-friendly programs they'd recommend.
Offer fun alternatives to television. If your kids want to watch TV but you want them to turn it off, suggest alternatives like playing a board game, starting a game of hide and seek, playing outside, reading, etc. The possibilities for fun without the tube are endless — so turn off the TV and enjoy quality time with your kids.