Compared to the control participants, the MRS results of the smartphone and internet-addicted young participants showed chemical imbalance in their brains. Fortunately, their brain chemistries returned back to normal after being subjected to therapy.
Neuroscience December 1, 2017
Internet addiction can cause physical changes once you go offline, which usually include elevated heart rate and blood pressure. Researchers call it internet withdrawal, and it shows most people who spend too much time online are hooked to social media.
Public Health June 1, 2017
Internet addiction may increase the risk of mental health problems like ADHD and depression in youngsters, reported researchers recently. The results of their study may help shed light on how to medically approach mental health issues.
Healthy Living/Wellness September 19, 2016
Facebook addiction among the present generation is hardwired in the brain, a psychologist says. Brain evolution, particularly that of size, explains how such social changes occurred.
LIFE March 8, 2016
The Internet has made a number of things so much better. Might this be the reason some people can't stop using it? A study reports six percent of the world's population is hooked.
December 19, 2014
After man checked himself into the Navy’s Substance Abuse and Recovery Program for alcohol addiction, doctors discovered that the man also suffered from the first “Internet addiction disorder” linked to Google Glass.
Internet Culture October 15, 2014
Doctors in San Diego report the first case of 'Internet addiction disorder' manifested in the overuse of Glass. The case involves a 31-year-old U.S. navy serviceman.
LIFE October 15, 2014
While only one-fourth of the British population would panic in case the battery on their smartphone runs out, almost all Brits would be stressed if the same thing happens to them.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech May 14, 2014