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He agreed that “at least some patterns of data [from smartphones] seem to correlate with possible mood disorders.” However, Pinkhasov said the study sample was slanted heavily towards older women, who tend to have higher rates of depression. FULL STORY Young people who are hooked on their smartphones may be at an increased risk for depression and loneliness, according to a new study from the University of. “It may be that individuals with higher anxiety / depression use [phone] devices more intensively,” she said, “or that using devices more intensively can eventually lead to the development of.
Recent studies support a strong link between depression and cell phone use. However, there are several propaganda about depression from cell phone addiction. Cellular devices can predispose men to health threats including emotional instability.
Mobile phones are also linked to malignancy and tumor growth. The Link between Cell Phone Use, Anxiety & Depression Nearly 5 billion people use mobile phones throughout the world, while 3 billion users access the Internet on a regular basis. Unfortunately, a new study suggests this activity could indicate anxiety and depression, especially when people use technology to escape from stress.
The researchers also found that spending lots of time at home was linked to depression—and that phone data like this could predict with 87% accuracy whether someone had symptoms of depression. New research published in the Journal of Computers in Human Behaviors suggests there is an association between depression / anxiety and ‘problematic smartphone use’. On how it’s known that higher rates of depression are linked to smartphones or social media and not other factors The idea that they’re under an. Jean Twenge, a professor at San Diego State, argues in The Atlantic this week that smartphones may be destroying a generation of teens Today’s teens go.
Extensive technology usage has been linked to stress, insomnia, anxiety and depression, and some of the most positive features of the digital age are the cause of these serious problems.
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