nomophobia

Jay Shetty encourages us to consider the ways in which technology affects our personal lives.
Jay Shetty encourages us to consider the ways in which technology affects our personal lives.
Washing dishes can reduce your level of stress and anger by 27 percent if you do it mindfully, focusing on the scent of the soap, the warmth of the water and how the dishes feel.
To help you and your brain get back on track I am sharing three common mistakes that derail focus and how to get back on track.
Signs: always carrying a charger, feeling anxious about the idea of running out of battery, constantly checking for messages and sleeping with a phone.
How You Score: 20: Not at all nomophobic. You have a very healthy relationship with your device and have no problem being
Certainly there were times in my 10 month stint without a phone, that I thought, "What the hell am I doing?"
Do you know this word? Nomophobia is a term describing a growing fear in today's world -- the fear of being without a mobile device, or beyond mobile phone contact. Among today's high school and college students, it's on the rise.
Many phobias--those irrational, excessive fears that send us into trembling pools of dread--are rooted in evolutionary history.
A technology holiday allows us to slow down the pace of life, look around and become more aware of our immediate surroundings. To the most important people in our lives, this demonstrates that we are willing to sacrifice screen time for face time, an act that communicates love and warmth.
We need to take back control of our minds and stop compulsively checking our emails, Facebook updates, and text messages. I think we can live a happier and more compassionate world if we tune into ourselves and the people we are speaking with.
Mental health professionals debate whether Internet addiction should be a diagnosable disorder, and experts have discussed
They discovered that the phone's presence significantly and detrimentally impacted relationship quality, trust and empathy
"I can pull up the map, I use it to pay my bills, I buy Groupons, check my email ... and we've used the Metro map several
Nomophobia is on the rise. In a recent study by SecurEnvoy, 67 percent of respondents are afraid of losing or being without