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A study to assess the effects of excessive usage of mobile phones among the teenagers of dr D.Y.Patil college of nursing, Pune

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Mr. Appanagoud. M. Patil , Mr. Satish.Nadagaddi, Mr. Ninganagouda. Patil, Ms. Shewtha Ohal and Ms. Reeba Mol Varghese
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Abstract: 

Background: - The world is a comprehensive cyber community that has been connected by a network of wired and wireless devices through the world wide web (WWW).Today most of us have secured a room in cyber space by having email accounts, doing online transaction and through e-learning .All these online activities can be performed through both wired and wireless devices. The only device in the list that can be embedded several gadgets together is a mobile phone. Aims and objectives: - The present study was designed to assess the physical, social, and psychological effects of excessive usage of mobile phones in teenagers. Materials and Methods: A Descriptive research design was used for the study. In this study convenient sampling technique was adopted to draw the samples. The investigator has selected 60 students of D. Y. Patil college of Nursing; Pune In this study, the investigator used structured Rating scale to assess the effects of excessive usage of mobile phones. Results: According to the study the female teenagers has more severe physical effects i.e 30% which is less in male teenagers i.e 10%. But male teenager’s faces more moderate physical effects i.e 8% than female teenagers i.e 5%.The female teenagers suffer mild physical effects i.e 13% more than male teenagers i.e 4% According to study female teenagers have more mild social and psychological effects i.e 28% than male teenagers i.e 12%. But in male teenagers the moderate social and psychological effects are more i.e 6%, than in female teenagers i.e 4% and female teenagers has more severe social and psychological effects 16% than in male teenagers i.e 4%. Conclusion: The study showed that both male and female teenagers are facing the physical, social and psychological effects of mobile phones.

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