People have become slaves to smartphones. Smartphone tablet computer are often a productive tool. The use of this product is bad for work school, even in a relationship lately. Besides being a necessity, it has become an addiction too. Addiction of smartphone is known as Nomophobia. Smartphone apps are designed to use psychological tricks that may grab your focus quickly. A person who owns the smartphone always experiences an urge to check his or her phone quite often. He or she wants to know what’s new on social media and other places. Also they look what their friends are up to. Heavy use of a smartphone can be a reason behind depression, loneliness, anxiety. 

Virtual relationships:

The web is often an excellent place to meet new people, and reconnect with old friends. Perhaps, you can also start romantic bonds. However, online bonds don’t seem to be a healthy substitute for real-life interactions. Social media is such a lot of influencing that online bonds have become more important than the real one. Addiction to social media can isolate you from your family and your friends. People are such a lot in dating apps. Compulsive use of dating apps can change your focus to short-term hookups rather than developing long-term bonds. 

Information overload: 

Compulsive web surfing, watching videos, playing games, or checking news feeds can make you less productive. Where you are at work or school, it can make your time run to waste. Compulsive use of the web and smartphone apps can cause you to neglect other aspects of your life. You will detach yourselves from real-world bonds to hobbies and social pursuits. 

Cybersex addiction: 

Uncontrollable use of Internet pornography, sexting, nude-swapping, or adult messaging services can make a negative impact. It makes a bad impact on your real-life intimate bonds and overall emotional health. Also online pornography and cybersex addictions are sorts of sexual addiction. The web makes it more accessible, relatively anonymous, and extremely convenient. It’s easy to spend hours engaging in fantasies impossible in reality. Excessive use of dating apps that facilitate casual sex can make it tougher to develop long-term intimate bonds. It can also damage an existing relationship. 

Online compulsions: 

Compulsive stock trading or online shopping are often even as financially and socially damaging. E-Bay addicts may awaken at strange hours to be online for the last remaining minutes of an auction. You’ll purchase stuff you don’t need and can’t afford to experience the thrill of placing the winning bid. 


Heavy smartphone use can often be diagnostic other underlying problems, such as stress, anxiety, depression, or loneliness. At the same time, it can also exacerbate these problems. If you employ your smartphone as a “security blanket” to alleviate feelings of hysteria, loneliness, or awkwardness in social situations. For instance, you’ll succeed only in cutting yourself off beyond people around you. Gazing at your phone will deny you the face-to-face interactions. This will help to meaningfully connect you to others, alleviate anxiety, and boost your mood. In other words, the remedy you’re choosing for your anxiety (getting engaged with your smartphone), is making your anxiety worse.

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