An internet addicted teenage ballerina shared photos of her own bleeding arms on self-harm websites before committing suicide.
However, on Christmas Day 2013, she spent an estimated six hours holding a weighty mobile phone while sending vast quantities of messages.
The diagnosis was bilateral extensor pollicis longus tendinitis of the thumb – or what they have nicknamed "Whats Appitis." A selfie-addicted British teen tried to kill himself because he didn't like any of the photos he had taken.
It is an obvious truth that the mobile phone gives us benefits in some aspects of life.
Using mobile phone distributes our communication to make it easier than before.
Concern over such behavior is so widespread in China, and demand for rehabilitation is so great, that some camps now advertise on television, the report said.
Deng was found vomiting and was taken to a clinic where he died. Tao Ran, director of the country's first internet addiction treatment clinic at a military hospital in Beijing, told The Associated Press that deaths like these are bound to happen because few camps employ scientific methods, with most opting for crude military-style discipline. 200 million internet users are between the ages of 15 and 35 and many lack self-control.Until title is vested they cannot execute a deed that conveys good title. A woman used the Whats App messaging service so much over the last Christmas holiday that she ended up in hospital.Besides a mobile phone can provide us with a lot of functions like relaxing with music, chatting or playing games.However, today people especially young people are becoming addicted to using the mobile phone.Getting caught up in conversations on a cell phone can lead to the loss of focusing and highly distracted driving.Furthermore, it is generally observed that drivers using cell phones often forget to give proper signals disobey street signs and tend to cut lanes without warning.People use mobile phones in every place, every time to manage their business.They talk on the cell phone when working, even when they are on the road.Danny Bowman, 19, spent up to 10 hours each day taking up to 200 photos of himself on his i Phone.He then nearly overdosed on pills, but his mother intervened and kept him alive.