Prevalence of smart phone addiction, sleep quality and associated behaviour problems in adolescents

  title={Prevalence of smart phone addiction, sleep quality and associated behaviour problems in adolescents},
  author={R. Soni and R. Upadhyay and M. Jain},
  journal={International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences},
Background: World is ever changing due to advancement in realm of science and technology, one such advancement is in field of smart phones. The ubiquity of smart phone technology raises concern for its addiction among adolescents and its relationship with quality of sleep, mental and physical health problems. Objective of the study was to investigate magnitude of smart phone addiction and evaluate the impact of smart phone addiction on their mental health and sleep quality. Methods: A cross… Expand

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