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    Facebook, 49 minutes e-mailing, and 51 minutes talking on their cell phone” (Junco & Cotton 2012). The accessibility to information and communication justifies the amount of time people are spending on their phones to a certain extent. Individuals with regular cell phones do not have an easy access to Internet and social media; the statistics involving smart phones are more relevant to this topic. Sixty-eight percent of adults own a smartphone (Mediaiti). Although cell phones have made aspects of life much easier, they have become an accepted addiction with severe side effects. This addiction will cause depression, physical deterioration, a lack of social skills, and other negative effects if the users do not take the right precautions. 84% of cell phones users admit they couldn’t go a day without using their phone (Duerson). With this statistic and the…

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    even live without a mobile device for a day. Right now, people all use their phone to make the social communication, they use the phone to make a call, to text, to go to Facebook, Instagram and all the social media apps. Mobile phone become a part of peopl 's basic life. But if we don 't find a right way to use the phone, it will bring negative effect to our daily life. Especially for youth, because they are lack of self-control, it will make them be so easy to have an addiction to the internet.…

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    were holding their mobile phones, they look down at screen attentively. Some people were playing Facebook, some brushing in Instagram, and someone were reading novels online. Nowadays, people have a more professional definition of this group, the smart phone addiction patients. Smart phone addiction patients on the surface there is not all bad effects in their life, but it also brought some hidden damage. Smart phone has both advantages and disadvantages in our life. It’s convenient to contact,…

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    of Cell Phones on Young Adults Cell phones have become and extension in our life; for instance we have become so dependable on our cell phones that we cannot imagine our lives without one. It gives us the ability to listen to music, text or call friends, and play games. However,society today, especially young people are becoming addicted to their cell phones. We cannot keep hands off from our phones, not even for a thirty seconds. Meanwhile, it is strange to see someone at this moment of time…

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    Mobile phones have brought a revitalising dynamic to the sociality of the youth, but its introduction has its implications. These implications range from good and bad – the predominance of which is dependent on the user’s habits in regards to usage. As the technological progression of mobile phone’s has bequeathed a product that is now capable of being used outside the realm of telecommunications, and as a result, it’s usage has inclined. Research conducted by PIR (Pew Internet Research) in 2014…

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    What is smartphone addiction? Why are teenagers obtaining the addiction from smartphones? Smartphone addiction is a syndrome of being on your mobile device for long periods of time. It triggers your brain to crave for the use of a cell phone. Teenagers are addicted to their phones by the social media that surrounds the internet. Addiction can start by anything that develops your mood. In The truth about smartphone addiction, students at a public university in the southeast completed a…

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    I assume that most of you are, just like me! Mobile phones have given rise to a human disorder in our modern age, which is recognized as a great source of stress. Nomophobia, or no-mobile-phone-phobia is the fear of being away or loosing one’s mobile phone (Moore, 2012). This new phenomenon was coined in 2010, by a research organization, YouGov, commissioned by the United Kingdom Post Office as states Peimer (2014) in Bizcommunity. The organization YouGov looked through anxieties suffered by…

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    technology, the internet on the mobile phone is getting closer and closer to people’s lives. And the functions of phones are changed from the simple call and message to wireless internet and video call, but the smart phone also brings some negative effects to people. Like Steve Cutts’s graphic art showed that a lot of people like walking dead people are playing their phones on the street, and they are back to the sun and walk to the darkness. It emblems that smart phone are bad to people and…

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    My first premise is that mobile phones are harmful to our mental health because of social media applications that may be addictive and takes up most of our time. Hence, the overuse of such applications affects one’s work productivity. Mobile phones are an important part of our daily lives ranging from communication to reminders. However, they are a source of distraction when performing an important task. Humans have become extremely dependent on them, that being deprived of its use affects their…

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    Mobile Phones Cell phones are becoming a necessary invention in our life, to the point where it is difficult for people to imagine their lives without mobiles, they are becoming a major addiction. They are used for everything in our daily lives such as communicating with friends and family, keeping up to date with word wide news as well as being able to do work from anywhere. Modern mobiles also allow people to follow and updated with new trends like those in fashion. For these reasons people…

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