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If you are a person that to forget the phone at home they panic and anxiety pervades feel disconnected from the rest of the world, might belong to users suffering from nomofobia, as published in the Center for Specialized Studies in Disorders of Anxiety (CEETA).
The nomofobia is neither a disease typified by far but it is a phobia that produces such agony to those who suffer as a fear of enclosed spaces or move in a plane. The nomofobia, experts say, is the irrational fear of leaving the house without your cell phone. The term is an abbreviation of the phrase no mobile phone phobia (phobia of being without the phone).
The data presented in the CEETA reveals that nearly 53% of mobile phone users tend to be anxious when you lose them, they drain the battery, the balance, or no network coverage.
Anxiety has a very important function related to survival, along with fear, anger, sadness or happiness. Currently it is estimated that 20.5% or more of the world’s population suffers from an anxiety disorder, usually unknowingly.
Symptoms begin nomofobico warns CEETA with outbreaks of instability, aggression and concentration difficulties. These feelings may be accompanied by autonomic hyperarousal, manifested by tachycardia, tachypnea, mydriasis, shortness of breath, tremors in the limbs, feeling of loss of control or knowledge, sweating, nausea, and muscle stiffness, insomnia, restlessness, communication difficulties, and obsessive negative thoughts, etc. (which are typical symptoms of anxiety disorders).
Teens and women are social groups with increased risk of nomofobia, according to study center, especially teenagers between 18 and 24 years, ie in the college days.
To put an end or at least solve this addiction, experts advise parents to limit the use of the network within the home and if necessary go to a professional to detect the slightest symptom.
“The key is to learn to control, drain gradually phone, address feelings of isolation and negative thoughts arising from this condition such as panic attacks. You have to separate now. The night is for sleeping and, therefore, the phone must be turned off, the same way, which is to eat dinner and not to be with the phone”, explains the director Marina Dolgopol CEETA.
We’ve all experienced anxiety at some point in our lives and we know what it is, that feeling of impatience and nervousness obsessive we can feel the expectation of a particular time or from fear of losing a precious asset.
To give an explanation about how to combat anxiety we must first say that the origins of anxiety may be physiological, in reaction to a drug, substance abuse, disorders of the glands, hypoglycemia and cardiovascular disease. Psychological, for subconscious trauma or childhood. Or you can have a genetic origin, if the parents are prone to anxiety.