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Geetanjali B. Shewale, Krushna K. Zambare*, Dhanshri S. Kulkarni, Pranita S. Pawar, Swati B. Gonge and Shrinivas B. Bumrela


Although smartphones allow individual to have unlimited access to information and to connect with others in a way otherwise thoughts impossible, there are many harmful and disturbing effect of smartphones. Today mobiles become the unavoidable part of the human’s life. Mobiles are used for Internet, education, gambling, shopping or video games, social Medias, watching online videos, excess use of some of the features of the mobiles leads to social, mental problems in one's life. Along with these smartphone use also have various health problems including heart problems, eye problems, neck problems and psychologically or mentally distarbance. Smartphones have become a representation of social status and thus, the youngsters are always eager to have newest release smartphone and to have all of the best applications. This craziness towards the cellphone and its use leads to its addiction. The current study is focused on to evaluate the smartphone addiction amongst the youngsters. For the study a set of questionnaire was formulated and asked amongst the students of SBSPM’s Pharmacy College Ambajogai. The research revealed that 100 percent students are smartphone users and around 94 percent students were found to be addicted to smartphones.

Keywords: Smartphone, Addiction, Smartphone Addiction,Smartphone, Addiction, Smartphone Addiction, Social Media Addiction. Social Media Addiction.

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