Addiction to smartphones in teenagers can lead to an imbalance in brain chemistry that triggers depression and anxiety



With the average age for a child to get their first phone now just 10, young people are becoming more and more reliant on their smartphones.
And a worrying new study suggests that this dependence on the technology could even be affecting some teens' brains.
The findings reveals that teenagers who are addicted to their smartphones are more likely to suffer from mental disorders, including depression and anxiety. 
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THE STUDY The researchers took brain scans of 19 young people diagnosed with internet or smartphone addiction, and compared them to 19 healthy controls.... read more

 
30 November 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 40
Source: Daily Mail
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