Experts Advice In Delhi Children Interaction With Real World Is More Important To Get Rid Of Mobile Addiction

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Children and teenagers can be removed from mobile addiction by reading books, talking to friends and family, spending time in indoor and outdoor games. This is the best way to get out of its virtual world. Psychiatrists have also found success in getting children and adolescents out of this addiction by these methods. Such victims are now leading a normal life.

For example, a couple from Delhi’s Janakpuri was worried about their 16-year-old child’s mobile addiction. He could not understand anything. On the advice of a neighbor, he took her to a psychiatrist at a hospital in South Delhi. The first couple’s counseling took place here. After that the son’s. For the first few days, the teenager kept quarrelling, but gradually his anger calmed down and he reduced the use of mobile. Meanwhile, the doctors also gave him medicines. After about three months, he has recovered to a great extent and has started going to regular school.

The same story was also of a 17-year-old teenager who reached the psychology department of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. He had distanced himself from studies. He used to get angry while talking. Here the counseling of the parents and then of the teenagers started. It was explained to him again and again. His mother and father were advised to tell stories, give books to the child. Along with this, medicines were also given on the basis of symptoms. He was also made to do yoga and meditation. Now his anger was curbed fast and he reduced the use of the phone to a great extent. At present, the condition of Kishore is better and he is going to school.

The story, as told by the inventor of the mobile

Martin Cooper is an American engineer. To strengthen the scope of people’s relations, he invented mobile. But now he is unhappy with his own invention. The reason for this is its excessive use. In an interview, Martin Cooper said, he spends barely 72 minutes a day, ie five percent of 24 hours, on mobile. His advice is that people should switch off their mobiles and live a little bit of their life.

not strictly treatable

Too strict the victim can take wrong steps. Regular counseling is done during the treatment. More and more talks are done. Medicines are also given if needed. Depending on the disease of the patient, the treatment lasts for three to six months. During this, the parents are specially asked to keep restraint and teach books to the child, go towards sports. By doing this, the victim starts improving gradually. After a time the condition gets much better and the sufferer becomes normal again. -Doctor. Vishal Chhabra, President, Delhi Psychiatric Society

Better to connect with social activities
The victim is encouraged to talk to the family, play with them and do other things by connecting them to social activities. Due to this, the victims start keeping distance from the mobile. Mobile usage time is limited for severe sufferers. Medicines are given on need basis to control their behaviour. Along with this, yogasanas and meditation are done. Small children are made to do simple simple yoga. – Dr. Lokesh Shekhawat, Psychiatrist, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital

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Children and teenagers can be removed from mobile addiction by reading books, talking to friends and family, spending time in indoor and outdoor games. This is the best way to get out of its virtual world. Psychiatrists have also found success in getting children and adolescents out of this addiction by these methods. Such victims are now leading a normal life.


For example, a couple from Delhi’s Janakpuri was worried about their 16-year-old child’s mobile addiction. He could not understand anything. On the advice of a neighbor, he took her to a psychiatrist at a hospital in South Delhi. The first couple’s counseling took place here. After that the son’s. For the first few days, the teenager kept quarrelling, but gradually his anger calmed down and he reduced the use of mobile. Meanwhile, the doctors also gave him medicine. After about three months, he has recovered to a great extent and has started going to regular school.

The same story was also of a 17-year-old teenager who reached the psychology department of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. He had distanced himself from studies. He used to get angry while talking. Here the counseling of the parents and then of the teenagers started. It was explained to him again and again. His mother and father were advised to tell stories, give books to the child. Along with this, medicines were also given on the basis of symptoms. He was also made to do yoga and meditation. Now his anger was curbed fast and he reduced the use of the phone to a great extent. At present, the condition of Kishore is better and he is going to school.


The story, as told by the inventor of the mobile

Martin Cooper is an American engineer. To strengthen the scope of people’s relations, he invented mobile. But now he is unhappy with his own invention. The reason for this is its excessive use. In an interview, Martin Cooper said, he spends barely 72 minutes a day, ie five percent of 24 hours, on mobile. His advice is that people should switch off their mobiles and live a little bit of their life.


not strictly treatable

Too strict the victim can take wrong steps. Regular counseling is done during the treatment. More and more talks are done. Medicines are also given if needed. Depending on the disease of the patient, the treatment lasts for three to six months. During this, the parents are specially asked to keep restraint and teach books to the child, go towards sports. By doing this, the victim starts improving gradually. After a time the condition gets much better and the sufferer becomes normal again. -Doctor. Vishal Chhabra, President, Delhi Psychiatric Society

Better to connect with social activities

The victim is encouraged to talk to the family, play with them and do other things by connecting them to social activities. Due to this, the victims start keeping distance from the mobile. Mobile usage time is limited for severe sufferers. Medicines are given on need basis to control their behaviour. Along with this, yogasanas and meditation are done. Small children are made to do simple simple yoga. – Dr. Lokesh Shekhawat, Psychiatrist, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital

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