Relationship of SmartPhone Use Addiction With Musculoskeletal System and Cognitive Flexibility
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Smartphones have become a part of everyday life, but with some problems. Researches have pointed out that smartphone addiction can cause both physical and mental problems.
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Smartphones have become a part of everyday life, but with some problems. Developments in communication technologies have also improved the capacities and limits of smartphones. This has led to the increased availability of smartphones in daily life. Smartphones have become a part of everyday life, but with some problems. Smartphone addiction has been an important topic of research and discussion as a type of addiction that develops depending on the frequency of smartphone use. Researches have pointed out that smartphone addiction can cause both physical and mental problems. As a result of a study conducted in the literature, continuous use of smartphones has been found to cause sleep disturbances, stress, anxiety, decrease in physical activities and many diseases. In this study, the relationship between the concept of smartphone addiction and musculoskeletal problems and cognitive flexibility in young people will be investigated.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
18 Years to 25 Years (Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
university students between the ages of 18-25
Without any known physical and/or psychological disorders