Are You A Cellphone Addict?

From the moment you wake up, do you get your phone first and check on the time before heading to the bathroom to go pee? Let’s say you’re n...

From the moment you wake up, do you get your phone first and check on the time before heading to the bathroom to go pee? Let’s say you’re not late for school or work yet, you browse on your phone probably checking your news feed. Everywhere you go you bring your phone and constantly check on it. If you agree with what I’ve just said then you’re probably one of the 66% percent who suffer from nomophobia also known as “no mobile phone phobia”. What do you feel when you don’t have your cell phone with you? Do you feel uneasy and lost like your whole life depends on it?

Life now is different than before. It’s like everything is on-the-go. It’s definitely easier, fast and instant. As time goes by, everything just evolves.  As a student, doing home works by searching from our devices are easier compared to looking for answers in books. Apple applications like FaceTime, Video calls through Facebook and Skype help people to connect with their relatives or friends far away. Sadly, the unhealthy usage of cell phone devices increases. You don’t even get to talk with your family while eating dinner because almost all of you are busy on their own phones and it’s crazy!

As said by the Morningside Recovery Rehabilitation Center, an average person spends 144 minutes a day using their cell phones. The lives of cell phone addicts are socially connected to their cellphones. It’s like without their mobile phones by their side, they begin to show a feeling of vulnerability that triggers certain moods and behaviors.

"Cell phones are addictive in the same way slot machines are,” said Dr. Fran Walfish. This type of addictive behavior can be explained in a situation where a person is by themselves. Even though there are no messages or notifications coming from the phone, addicts will take out their phones and start to press buttons or scan their phones with their fingers just to feel safe and secure. We think that it will lessen the feeling of being embarrassed and shy that you don’t have anybody with you. For the people who are used to be with someone, sometimes they even pretend they’re texting someone just not to look like a loner. I admit, I do that all the time. Who doesn’t right?

Trust me not to use your mobile phones while walking because you might end up like what happened to this woman.




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