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This Is How Smartphone Addiction Ruins Your Life

This Is How Smartphone Addiction Ruins Your Life

The unfortunate news was presented today at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America. Nineteen young people, with the median age of 15, who were diagnosed with smartphone addiction took part in the study. Nine weeks of cognitive behavioral therapy was given to twelve of …
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Brain chemistry may be to blame for technology addiction

Technology addicts have a chemical imbalance in their brains – although whether this is a cause or effect of their excessive internet and smartphone use has yet to be determined. People who spend huge … The findings were presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America.
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Smartphone addiction creates chemical imbalances in brain

New research finds that young people who become addicted to smartphones and the internet actually develop chemistry imbalances in their brains. Researchers from Korea … or normalized after therapy. The study was presented at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America.
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Health Insurers Are Still Skimping On Mental Health Coverage

It’s been nearly a decade since Congress passed the Mental Health Parity And Addiction Equity Act, with its promise to make mental health and … which included Mental Health America, the National Association on Mental Illness, The Kennedy Forum and others, called on federal regulators, state …
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Kids who are addicted to smartphones may have an imbalance in the brain

Teens who can’t put away their phones aren’t just entranced: Their brains actually have a chemical imbalance, a small new study has found. When researchers in South Korea used spectroscopy — a scan that shows substances present in the body — on adolescents who were addicted to smartphones …
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