The Potential Outcomes Of Smartphones and Depression

 

Smartphones help predict depressive symptoms

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Smartphone usage linked to depression in young adults

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Using smartphone before bed could increase risk of depression, anxiety: Study

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Smart Phones And Depression

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No Smartphone Cure Depression & Anxiety

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Could smartphones spot teen depression?

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Could Cell Phone Usage Be Affecting Your Mental Health?

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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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In fact, at least one study has linked smartphone use to depression, although the finding is correlative and not necessarily causal (Saeb et al., 2015).

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Which is a nothing but the perception of an addicted person regarding the vibration of his cell phone (Drouin, et al., 2012; Rothberg, et al., 2010) any victim of PVS reflects obsession of frequent checking of social messages exhibits manifestation of anxiety caused by cellphones.

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Smartphone addiction is correlated with depression.100 Dependence on media may likely create changes in the dopaminereward system similar to the changes opioids and other drugs of addiction may cause, as loss of devices such as a smartphone may create feelings of panic, anxiety, or withdrawal.

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Problematic smartphone use: a conceptual overview and systematic review of relations with anxiety and depression psychopathology.

“Technology and Adolescent Mental Health” by Megan A. Moreno, Ana Radovic
from Technology and Adolescent Mental Health
by Megan A. Moreno, Ana Radovic
Springer International Publishing, 2018

It’s also true that overuse of smartphones can cause stress, depression, sleeping problems, anxiety, and loneliness.8 While overuse of technology is an indicator of poor mental health, so is technology underuse.

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Does a mobile phone depression-screening app motivate mobile phone users with high depressive symptoms to seek a health care professional’s help?

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The majority of researchers are cautious about the off and on alarms about smartphone addiction, or about the negative effects on well-being, or even depression, linked to the usage of mobile phones and social media.

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The association between problematic smartphone use, depression and anxiety symptom severity, and objectively measured smartphone use over one week.

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In line with this, new studies demonstrated that variables such as loneliness, shyness (Bian and Leung 2015) and also depression can be linked to smartphone usage patterns (Saeb et al. 2015).

“Internet Addiction: Neuroscientific Approaches and Therapeutical Implications Including Smartphone Addiction” by Christian Montag, Martin Reuter
from Internet Addiction: Neuroscientific Approaches and Therapeutical Implications Including Smartphone Addiction
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Springer International Publishing, 2017

Much of this focus on the mental health implications of excessive smartphone use also puts the onus of responsibility on the user to ‘extract’ themselves.

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  • The cellphone was the worst thing that was ever invented. It also cause anti-social behavior and reckless driving. Cellphones are easy to hack because of a wireless connections where signals are picked up by crooks from the comfort of their cars and a thumb drive plugged into their laptops.

  • Hej man, very interesting I deleted Facebook 4 years ago and it was is a relief.. I have only YouTube as media and days I do not watch I feel much better the only thing I watch on my phone and on my phone I have my primary Internet since the connection with my laptop is bad..i wonder how you did it? what was your way..

  • Thank you for sharing your experience I’m with you 100% smartphones are like drugs, you don’t wanna do anything because you want your quick dopamine fix just by scrolling a screen
    I guarantee you that in some years we will be known as the generation that believed smartphones, internet and porn don’t fuck up your brain, believe me, they do