Do you find it difficult to concentrate on a simple thing or find it almost impossible to sit quietly on a train, in a bar or even while watching TV without checking your phone? Do you spend hours in a day on gaming? Do you suffer from Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) if you don’t check social media every few minutes? These are all signs of a highly digital or a tech addiction, a fast
Smartphones have become a constant companion for many of us. Do you often feel neglected when your partner is on their phone? Does your time spent together get disrupted by texts, emails, or games? Whether at the supermarket or in the doctor’s clinic or in bed at night time, it can be tempting to pick up the device and start scrolling through it over social media or text messages at any moment of time. But
Children whose age is between 15 to 24 are the most connected one to the extent where 71% of them use the internet in today’s world. It is very easy to get access to smartphones at a very young age these days. This problem is more severe in the school and college students as they tend to spend a large amount of their time on the Internet rather than interacting with family and friends.
Till very recently, technology was the coolest industry among all the industries. All people wanted to work for these companies such as Google, Facebook, and Apple. But recently things have started to change since the past year. Experts now believe that the tech industry is now pretty much similar to the tobacco industry making billions of dollars by feeding a destructive and harmful addiction. There are three main evaluations of these big tech companies.
Scientists are pretty much confident that smartphone use can be addictive. When your screen blinks, it is hard to not immediately check who is contacting you, or which media organization has sent you some alarming or latest news. Every time our smartphone beeps with a new alert or notification or something like that, it is changing the chemistry inside our brain, the scientists are warning about it. Constant interruptions such as Arrival of new emails,