The simple answer is no anyone who says otherwise is a boomer
C. She references experts who have studied the negative effects of an unhealthy relationship with technology.
As the name suggests, this article is exploring the screen addiction problem and tries to answer whether the problem really exists or not.
Of course, the answer to this question isn't simple and instead of engaging in providing yes or no answer, the author quotes experts in the field, psychiatrists and psychologists.
It seems that some common ground between experts exists and that potential disagreement comes from the question whether this should be labeled as "addiction" or "bad habit".
So, regarding the question, the author develops her analysis by referencing experts who have studied overuse of technology.
C.Excessive Internet and video game usage hasn’t been defined as an addiction in an official capacity, but it negatively impacts the lives of those who experience it.
F.Our society’s dependency on devices makes it difficult to change one’s relationship with technology, but health and technology professionals are exploring solutions
The book, 'Screen addiction among teens: is there such a thing?', by Anya Karnenetz analyzes the problem of screen addiction which has become a cause for concern in the world today. The book first tries to pin down a description to the act, but recognizes that scientists, especially those in the United States as well as other official bodies, do not yet subscribe to the use of the word, 'addiction', in the description of the act. The lighter word, 'habit', according to them is preferable. They however note that this habit has some negative impacts on the teens, such as limiting social interactions.
The book also noted that the society has become very much dependent on technology. However, some technology experts are exploring solutions. One of such solutions, is the Onward application developed by Gabe Zichermann.
Central idea that describes screen addiction among teens is there such a thing is discussed below in details.
'Screen addiction' is a phrase that we are noticing more and more often in the digital as well as in print media, and has been applied to indicate different kinds of screen-related bad behaviors.
The primary outcomes showed that those kids who use screens for more than 8 hours per day show materialistic changes to the brain in the form of premature decreasing of the cortex.
It will likely be decades before researchers truly understand how screen technologies affect the brain.
Im not a screen addict and Im a teen.
1. True indeed, constant technology use of technology an actually affect sleep patterns for most teens resulting in health problems