How Are Smartphones Effecting People?

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1. Does not cause people to be addicted ("nomophobia" is made up)

1.1. According to Mario Lenhenbauer-Baum, a clinical and health pyschologist, The false condition of Nomophobia is one that was created to label the fear of being without one's phone (Lenhenbauer-Baum).

1.1.1. Accordin to the article However, most authors are not aware of the concepts of addiction or phobia; when you have a closer look, both of them do not apply to a concept of "nomophobia." " (Lehenbauer-Baum).

1.1.1.1. This matters because Most people don't notice that they are addicted to their phones.

1.2. "Pew Research Center states from ¨a recent study” that ¨56 percent own smartphones¨(Rahim).

1.2.1. This quote shows that A lot of people are now owning smartphones, it's good and bad.

1.3. Due to being attached to their phones has cause big problems (Uncontrollable).

1.3.1. In the article people who have study this for a while has suggests for people trying to unconnected ¨suggest limiting the time spent on mobile devices¨ so that way ¨one´s digital life does not become more important than what is happening in the real world (Rahim).

1.3.1.1. This Matters because people can look for help or suggested if you are always on your phone.

1.3.2. According to Mr. Lynch ''We're so connected, kind of ever-presently, with technology now,'' Mr. Lynch said. (Bromwich).

1.3.2.1. This quote makes me think that everywhere you go you see people on their phones.

1.4. Because The author thinks this if you are addicted to your phone it does not mean that you have "nomophobia".

1.5. Because The author thinks this just because you are showing signs of it doesn't mean that you have "nonmophobia".

2. Causing people to be addiction to their phones and can't put them down.

2.1. A survey shows that was out for people to see that people always have their devices on and always with them (Bromwich).

2.1.1. According to the article it shows that ¨In most cases, an overuse of internet¨ causes problems ¨such as depression or social anxiety¨ (Lehenbauer-Baum).

2.1.1.1. This matters because A lot of people are having problems with being on their devices so much.

2.1.2. The article is talking about "to just be aware of the use, to recognize there are individuals who have problems and have been impacted negatively by their use, and it's important to think about how you're using your device" (Uncontrollable).

2.1.2.1. This matters because People need to start noticing how long are they on their phones and start to set limits.

2.1.3. The article is explaining why "smartphone companies are so interested in what their products are doing to us. He said that because consumer anxiety about overusing smartphones has lessened, companies feel more comfortable using that line of thinking as a way to market new products "(Bromwich).

2.1.3.1. This matters because It has become that where the phone came from and who or what created the phone, they are watching how people are on their phones.

2.2. According to a survey that showed how many adults have phones, that out of five adults only one adult has a phone (Uncontrollable).

2.2.1. According to the article it shows that ¨In most cases, an overuse of internet¨ causes problems ¨such as depression or social anxiety¨ (Lehenbauer-Baum).

2.2.1.1. This matters because Being on a phone too much, starts causing problems.

2.3. Because The author thinks this of the way people act when they don't have there phone.

2.4. Because The author thinks this without phones causing people to start to develop problems like stress,anxiety, and fear.