We ourselves are constantly deteriorating our mental state from falling face down on a smartphone all day. Another study says, not only mental health but also sexual life is being lost due to this technology product.
According to a study conducted by the Department of Sexual Health at Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed International University Hospital in Casablanca, Morocco, 60 percent of participants reported that they had problems with their sex lives because of the smartphone.
The study was published in Morocco World News. A total of 600 participants participated in the study, all of whom use smartphones, and 92 percent of the participants use it at bedtime. Only 18% of people put their smartphone off at night or in ‘airplane mode’ when sleeping.
According to the research, the researchers said, “People between the ages of 20 to 45 are suffering from the loss of a smartphone. And 60 percent of them said that smartphones are causing problems in their sex life.
Half of the participants reported that they were not satisfied with their sex life. Because of this, a large part of the work is occupying smartphone use.
Shirocell, a US-based technology product maker, manufactures devices that strengthen mobile networks. The results of a survey conducted by this organization show that 17 percent of adult people use a smartphone during a meeting.
Three-quarters of ‘Millennials’, that is, adults in the 21st Century, put smartphones on the head while sleeping. Those who sleep with smartphones at the head will feel fear and discomfort when away from these devices, the levels of which are twice as common. And these people claim they are not happy with their lives.
Another study conducted by Durham University and Durex, a condom-maker, suggests that people are more attracted to smartphones than partners. About a third of the people in the study reported that they pause for a phone call in the middle of the meeting.
Participants in the study were interviewed by Mark Mac-Cormack, co-director of the university’s ‘Center for Sex, Gender and Sexuality’ department and senior sociology professor.
“There’s potentially serious harm about accessing gadgets in the bedroom,” she said. Among couples who are using smartphones to make their sex lives attractive, they will be surprised to find that shutting down the device is the most effective way.