Smartphones features, and Their Impact on us

Nowadays, the lives of both adults and children cannot be imagined without smartphones. The kids are becoming more dependent on them, and therefore with the social networks available to them through smartphones and the Internet.

Ten years ago nobody I would not have guessed that these

smartphones would look like the social life of both children and adults.

Psychologists on this topic have been working intensively in recent years,

and they have come up with many interesting conclusions.

The main component for creating dependence on social networks is the secretion of dopamine.

Dopamine is a hormone that allows us to feel happy and nice, so it has a positive effect on our brain.

The main problem is that people do not know when this will happen, and because of that uncertainty,

they check daily social networks in search of a new amount of dopamine.

The question is when the dependence on smartphones and the Internet has been created?

How to reduce dependence on children?

Teens nowadays with the help of technology get better knowledge and information they use both in life and in school obligations.

Sometimes the use of mobile phones helps them reduce stress,

in other situations, they use it for us to enter everyday situations outside of school obligations,

in particular for social life and companionship.

The parents ask themselves whether the apparent obsession of their child can be qualified as addiction.

Sometimes it comes to frustrating moments when we want to talk to them, and they do not let them go eyes from phones.

According to research in 2018, 50 percent of teenagers are mobile phone dependent,

and 60 percent of parents believe their children are dependent on smartphones.

Research It also shows that 48 percent of parents and 72 percent of teens immediately answer their phones when they have messages and questions on social networks.

Every hour, 78 percent of teenagers and 69 percent of parents check phones for new notifications and messages.

Research in About the Internet in the year 2018, the teenagers say that 45 percent of them use it continuously,

and 44 percent use them online several times a day.

Teenagers are 50 percent online and girls 39 percent. Teens use smartphones and both personal and learning.

In general, the use of phones is nevertheless a positive tool in their life.

They use them to communicate with their peers to exchange ideas related to the school,

which is also supported by numerous mobile applications.

Although at first glance they are it seems that tissue makers are deeply connected with phones, however,

in reality, it is not that degree of addiction.

In the evening it is best to remove tablets, cell phones, and computers, so as not to disturb sleep during the evening.

The most important thing is to young people’s names to figure out how much time each day they need to use cell phones

so they can do other things in social life without using them.

Of course, you need to talk to the kids to understand both the benefits and the pitfalls that happen with the use of mobile devices.

With mobile and the Internet, teens can easily be misled, parents must be careful about them.

At first, these conversations may be tough, but maybe the teens themselves will be interested in what you tell them.

The teens do not want anyone to control how much time they work on smartphones,

but there are mobile applications with which may be similar and show their use.

You can use applications to talk to children,

tell them to what extent they can use the mobile devices,

in order to be moderate and not to interfere with everyday life and communication with the outside world.

In today’s text we tried to help you we show part of the impact of smartphones on our children, teenagers, and adults.

Let’s use the phones and the Internet as much as we can in learning and gaining knowledge, and less in use for bad uses.

Smartphones are an inevitable part of today life, and probably in the future will increasingly be represented in all spheres of life.