SmartPhones : Drug Century - InsuranceRise

Wednesday, 13 January 2016

SmartPhones : Drug Century

In an age in which we live besieged by concerns and we have no time to breathe, are car repairs, the school of the children or how we can get this time making ends meet, the little things that rob us of sleep. However, there is something that escapes our attention, and that is where their strength lies: the nomofobia.

What is Nomophobia ?

The nomofobia is a new - and yet declarada- disease that involves addiction to mobile phone. It is a disorder that suffers unknowingly at least half of the population. The term comes from the anglicized "nomophobia" ("no-mobile-phone-phobia") and its main effect is a compulsive and irrational fear of being separated from the phone. This psychological dependence latest technology causes the sufferer in an unfounded feeling of confinement and isolation when no mobile phone, even when surrounded by people. Ironically, the greater the possibilities of communication, we feel more alone.

Are we all equally exposed or no risk factors?

Technology is a drug that can trap between their networks to anyone. According to statistics, 77% of the Spanish population is addicted to mobile. However, it is young people who are at increased risk for nomofobia, reaching 29% in children under 24 years. The female population is more likely to catch the smartphone phenomenon, and is most common to occur in communities Extremadura, Madrid and the Basque Country. But even if you belong to any of these "risk groups" and not let your guard down, you face a very clever enemy.

And how do I know if I'm addicted? Symptoms and behavior patterns

Sleep with your cell phone on. Wake up and look at it immediately. Not taking his eyes off the small screen for hours. Pray that the battery is not over. Carry it at all times. Sound familiar? It could be a description of any day of any of us. It may seem unimportant details, but these are small signs that should warn us that we are on the precipice that pushes us to our isolation.

Prioritize virtual life on the real. Ignore our physical escort because we care more about what is happening on the network. Check the phone in class, in the car or at work. Mind you, if we get to this point, it is time to worry. This can only lead to feelings of anxiety, palpitations, obsessive thoughts, headache and stomach pain. What does that mean? That, unfortunately, yes, we are about addicts.

Okay, I'm addicted. What do I do?

The first step is to realize the problem. The second, wanting to fix it. And for that, there is only one way. Play in real life, not to live in a virtual game There are many things out there that are worth feeling, and that can not be done through a screen.

In yet-we have the formula to fix the world, what we do have is the best coverage for the important things. So if you care about your health so much as we do, we accept a tip: Desengánchate mobile, and plug in to life! 
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