Children are becoming victims of mobile addiction in the age of Corona...!

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 Learn about the harms of mobile addiction and how to overcome it.

Like everything else, mobile phones are now seeing side effects. The biggest impact is on children. Unknowingly, they are becoming victims of mobile addiction.

Children are getting irritated

Giving mobile phones to children has become a compulsion of parents nowadays due to online study. Children study on mobile for some time. Then you start playing the game as soon as you get the chance. By doing so, children gradually fall into mobile addiction. Children's irritability and anger are constantly increasing due to this addiction.

Children are suffering from insomnia

The problem of insomnia, eyes and headaches in children is also increasing due to the constant use of mobile phones. Their sleep is incomplete due to constant use of mobile phones at rest. Which is why they are suffering from Insomnia. The disease is associated with migraines, headaches, and dizziness.

Try playing with Children

To prevent children from becoming mobile addicts, parents should try to spend some time with them. Doing so makes children feel good and strengthens their bond with the family. Also try playing with the kids a few times if you live in an open area. It makes children fit physically and mentally.

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