NOMOPHOBIA. Psychology of women, men and children. Stories, tips, stories and more.

NOMOPHOBIA - obsessive fear of being left without theirMobile Phone - is much more common than we can suppose. According to the survey of scientists, about 66% of people in varying degrees, suffer from NOMOPHOBIA.


Most others remain without panicmobile phone susceptible young boys and girls. 77% of respondents aged 18-24 years and 64% of 25-34 year olds experiencing symptoms NOMOPHOBIA if forget your phone at home. The fact that their phone may look into another person without their consent, causes people to experience even stronger. Also, women are more afraid of losing their mobile than men.

Phobia - a strong and uncontrollable fear andanxiety, which can adversely affect a person's life. Although many phobias can be combated, avoiding contact with the object, awe-inspiring, some of which can not be avoided. Most phobias develop in childhood and is a consequence of the events experienced.

Although NOMOPHOBIA does not look threatening healthand life, its impact on human life can be quite serious. Symptoms NOMOPHOBIA include panic attacks, dizziness, lack of oxygen, nausea, sweating, heart palpitations, tremors and chest pain.

Symptoms appear not only whena person loses or forgets the phone, but when there is no signal, low battery, and when voluntarily disconnect device. Symptoms include NOMOPHOBIA constant desire to keep your phone in sight, causeless fear of losing his or panic attacks when there is no signal reception.