A History of Seeing in Eleven Inventions author Susan Denham Wade is featured on the Daily Mail Online
Our senses of smell, touch, hearing and taste are being made redundant, and the smartphone may be to blame.
Susan Denham Wade, author of new ‘smart thinking’ book A History of Seeing in Eleven Inventions, out now through The History Press, says that the smartphone is arguably the most important inventions to have shaped humanity’s outlook.
But as the Daily Mail Online reports, she warns that our heavy use of mobile devices may be at the expense of our other senses, which are being underused.
She also believes that the devices could also be to blame for increasing levels of stress, anxiety, loneliness, and depression.
A History of Seeing in Eleven Inventions author Susan Denham Wade says that our over-reliance on smartphones is impacting our five senses, and also our mental wellbeing.
A History of Seeing in Eleven Inventions by Susan Denham Wade is out now, published through The History Press.
Denham Wade spent four years researching and writing A History of Seeing in Eleven Inventions, a unique history of human sight and the key visual inventions that have defined who we are.
Packed with incredible stories, facts and insights, the book highlights 11 inventions that have profoundly changed how people view the world, including mastery of fire, mirrors, writing, spectacles, the telescope, and, of course, the smartphone.
In the Mail Online article, Denham Wade provides simple, easy-to-follow guidance on how we can all enliven our senses, and boost our wellbeing in the process.
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