Love in Hands,Phones on Lamicall Stand
（Original Image from the network – Taken by: Eric Pickersgill）
Cell Phone Addiction
Cell Phone addiction is a dependence syndrome among mobile phone users. These users exhibit problematic behaviors such as preoccupation with mobile communication, excessive money or time spent on mobile phones, use of mobile phones in socially or physically inappropriate situations. This definition comes from Wikipedia. Actually, I think every one knows what it means. Because you know how much time you spend on mobile phone every day, and you know how it feels when you forget to bring your phone to the toilet.
On average, Americans check their phones 47 times a day, found Deloitte, which surveyed 2,000 US consumers. In cigarette terms, that’s a more than two-packs-a-day habit. Perhaps not surprisingly, young adults are the heaviest users. People ages 18 to 24 look at their devices an average of 86 times a day. It’s no wonder that neck problems on young people is increasing every year.
Cell Phone addiction can also result in health problems that may cause permanent damage or be difficult to treat, including:
1.Eye problems: eye fatigue,blurred vision,burn and itch,headache
2.Increased illnesses due to germs: coli bacteria,MRSA
3.Car accidents:44 percent of mobile phone users check their device while crossing the street.
However, cell Phone addiction can not only have bad physical effects on users, but also affect users’ psychological health.
How Does Cell Phone Addiction Ruin Your Relationship
Sleep disturbances, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, relationship problems, anxiety are all psychological effects of cell phone addiction. Today we are going to talk about relationship problems it caused in more detail.
For friends, nothing kills good atmosphere faster than pulling out a smart phone in a party, and now, research confirms it. Being attached to your phone seems to sabotage your attachment with your friend. Real-life interactions are dulled when you feels the urge to check your phone, and the distraction a phone affords you doesn’t make your friends feel good.
For lovers, some people could get jealous of their partner’s smart phone, because they would feel that their partner needs that smart phone more than themselves. Sounds quite hurt.
For families, it’s not just the matter of spending less time on your spouse and kids, but you should also consider that your kids would learn by watching what you do. Even young children, more of whom are getting cell phones at younger ages, are likely to get cell phone addiction.
Consider the above scenarios,don’t rush to sue yourself. After all, we are living in the glorious age of instant communication, when posting and sharing are deeply bound up with our everyday personal and professional lives. It’s not like we’re addicted.But actually,cell phone overuse is not use, it’s the psychological relationship to that device.
However,problems still should be resolved.
What Can Lamicall Do to Curb Phone Addiction
How to strengthen your real life relationship and get back on the right track? There are some tips for setting boundaries for your cell phone usage with Lamicall phone stand.
No phones at the dinner table:
Put Lamicall stands away from the dinner table and keep your phone on it during dinner time.
No phones during gatheringswith friends:
Hand over your cell phone and put it on Lamicall phone stand in the beginning of a party or visiting.
Set a “bedtime” for your cell phones:
Spend time telling a good story to your kids or having a sweet conversation with your spouse. Phones? Leave them on Lamicall phone stand which settled on your night table.
Try these methods and try Lamicall phone stand, you’ll see how much of a difference that makes in your personal relationships.