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reasons why ones addicts to smartphones .. how we can get over this issue .... preventions, avoidance and facts about addictions .....

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  1. 1. Presentation of Organizational Behaviour Smart phone Addiction Created by Nazish Khalid
  2. 2. Facts about mobile phone
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  11. 11. What is smart Phone: A smartphone is a mobile phone that performs many of the functions of a computer, typically having a touchscreen interface, Internet access, and an operating system capable of running downloaded apps. Addiction: A condition in which an individual do not have control over what they are doing, taking or using.
  12. 12. Smart phone addiction: Mobile phone overuse is called smart phone addicition . Smart phone overuse is a dependence syndrome seen among certain Smart phone addiction: Some mobile phone users exhibit problematic behaviors related to substance use disorders.
  13. 13. How Does One Become Addicted To Their Phone? Smartphones give us the ability to connect with our friends and family, to news and entertainment, to websites from cnn to Number direct with just a tap of a touch screen. In short: they have become a crucial part of everyday life. However, overusing the product in such a fashion is the main reason people are becoming addicted. Some find it difficult to function without their phone by their side.
  14. 14. Continue… Approximately 72% of people said they are rarely more than five feet away from their handset at any time. This is what is known as nomophobia (an abbreviation of no mobile phobia); the fear that being away from your phone somehow disconnects you from the world. It can be a side effect of depression or obsessive- compulsive disorder. Overuse of a handset can be a crutch that people with post-traumatic stress, attention deficit and social anxiety lean on too
  15. 15. Can you be addicted to your phone: Can you be addicted to your smartphone? Various studies and polls have certainly suggested this over the years. But how serious is this addiction? According to a Baylor University study, it can actually be as addicting as drugs and alcohol for some. The head of the study, Professor James Robert, says that people can be addicted to behaviors withdrawal
  16. 16. Continue… and that habitual cellphone users can begin to depend on their phone in ways that seem quite similar to how people respond to drugs. For example, spending time away from the phone can make them feel anxious. According to a Baylor University study, it can actually be as addicting as drugs and alcohol for some. Just as some drug users become so hooked that it puts a strain on their personal, social, and professional lives, the same can happen for true “smartphone addicts
  17. 17. Fighting Back Against Smartphone Addiction: The first step to beating smartphone addiction is acknowledging you have it. But how do we know if we are addicted to our phones? After all, smartphone addiction is difficult to identify as we all use our phones so frequently. The line between the need to use a device and being addicted to it is very thin. However, there is some telltale symptoms that those concerned about it should be aware of.
  18. 18. Continue… One that many people may have experienced is known as phantom cell phone vibration, when our body has become conditioned to expect some kind of smartphone interaction, so much so that we imagine the sensation of a vibration. In a culture that almost demands being connected to the internet, smartphone addiction is just as difficult to combat as it is to identify. Many people will be able to use the technology we have at our fingertips in a way that is useful,without letting it become a problem
  19. 19. Continue… However, if you are spending more time talking to your Twitter friends than your actual friends, if you are more interested in engrossing yourself in the world of a smartphone game than real life, perhaps it's time to take some small steps towards preventing or managing what could be an addiction.
  20. 20. • Studies have also shown that younger people have stronger connections to their phones than older members of the population. For example, one study found that 60 percent of respondents reported that they couldn't go more than one hour without checking their phone. Also, 73 percent of men between the ages of 18-34 said they couldn't go one hour without checking their phones while 63 percent reported the same.
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