It is said that the fast pace of our everyday life, as a direct result of the rapid development of telecommunications technology and travel industry, has negative effects on individuals, nations and the globe. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

That our everyday life is claimed to go forward at a frantic pace, mainly because of fast improvement of far distance communications technology and travel industry, can effect on people, countries and the earth in a negative way, is the idea that seems to be confirmed on account of its effects on individuals’ level of anxiety and their intentional feelings about losing their precious youth.
One major drive of practicality of such a notion is that because of rapid speed of everyday life, people may feel stressed. They appear to be forced to do their tasks quickly and also they should update themselves with fast changing technology. Although some individuals can manage to do many tasks in a short amount of time such as multitaskers, in most cases people might have lack of time. As a result they may be threatened by many diseases. The very epitomes of which are depression, cardiovascular diseases and MS. This being the case, when most people in society are sick, the society would be less productive.
A second rationale behind the affirmation of this statement would be that most individuals might think that they have lost their invaluable youth. Mainly because they were always in a hurry and did not enjoy their time. In a short time, they would see that they are old. Although some individuals may become satisfied by just doing their jobs and being productive, most people would be depressed when they become old and realize they do not have much time left. These elderlies might think that they did not have enough time to enjoy their life. In doing so, they may talk to youngers about their de-motivating experiences of life and it may lead to the youngers’ depression.
In the light of the above-mentioned analysis, with regard to the question of whether the frantic speed of daily life appears to have negative effects on societies and individuals or not, this argument seems to be confirmed due to its effects on people’s mental health and life satisfaction.
That our everyday life
is claimed
to go forward at a frantic pace,
mainly
because of
fast
improvement of far distance communications technology and travel industry, can effect on people, countries and the earth in a
negative
way, is the
idea
that seems to
be confirmed
on account of its effects on individuals’ level of anxiety and their intentional feelings about losing their precious youth.

One major drive of practicality of such a notion is that because of rapid speed of everyday life, people may feel
stressed
. They appear to
be forced
to do their tasks
quickly
and
also
they should update themselves with
fast
changing technology. Although
some
individuals can manage to do
many
tasks in a short amount of time such as
multitaskers
, in most cases people might have lack of time.
As
a result they may
be threatened
by
many
diseases. The
very
epitomes of which are depression, cardiovascular diseases and MS. This being the case, when most people in society are sick, the society would be less productive.

A second rationale behind the affirmation of this statement would be that most individuals might
think
that they have lost their invaluable youth.
Mainly
because they were always in a hurry and did not enjoy their time. In a short time, they would
see
that they are
old
. Although
some
individuals may become satisfied by
just
doing their jobs and being productive, most people would
be depressed
when they become
old
and realize they do not have much time
left
. These
elderlies
might
think
that they did not have
enough
time to enjoy their life. In doing
so
, they may talk to
youngers
about their
de-motivating
experiences of
life and
it may lead to the
youngers
’ depression.

In the light of the above-mentioned analysis, with regard to
the question of whether
the frantic speed of daily life appears to have
negative
effects on societies and individuals or not, this argument seems to
be confirmed
due to its effects on people’s mental health and life satisfaction.

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