As they say "Too much of anything is good for nothing" applies to technology too. It has connected the world as well as destroyed a part of it at the same time. Yet we cannot live without it as it helps us to coordinate our imagination with reality.
Now for example just think that you want to start your own business and now for that all you need to do is go into the internet, create your own website and start selling your products. Boom! You started an online store within minutes. Therefore it has made our physical work very easy one needs not even move from one place to another to get the work done. All he needs to do is sit in front of the screen and press the buttons. Additional to this it has made our mental work easy too with reference to the above example if one starts a business online but does not know how to handle the website or get fresh ideas for making the website more attractive all he needs to do is just Google and search for ideas. It will give him more than just a simple idea that too within minutes. But because of this one forgets that these technologies are made by human hard work and intelligence and not the vice versa.
This is a greater concern as due to this there is a loss of social skills, creative minds, and the ability to interact with the world beyond the internet clique. We have all become natives with the internet as a basic necessity. We all call ourselves tech-savvy but we still don't get that a tech-savvy isn't the one who uses the internet for his or her advantage but it is a person who is very proficient in the usage of modern technologies such as computers, television, etc.
However, there are always two sides to a coin. All modern technologies have their own benefit too. They give us easy portability, accessibility, and availability to a lot of information which in turn boosts our knowledge. Therefore it is no harm in involving technology in our day to day lives but revolving around gadgets leads to the destruction of one's physical and mental health.
Just remember that time and tide waits for no man. A lot of people just use technology to a point that they waste a lot of precious time in their lives. They forget that there is an actual world that exists surrounding them. They get deep into the virtual world that coming out it seems to be an impossible task but remember nothing is impossible
So the solution to this is a clear setting of the duration of hours needed to be spent on the internet and setting boundaries for it at the right time. Additional to this one can even talk to the people around them and try to spend more in the real world and get new experiences. This will keep you fresh as well as healthy physically and mentally.