Category - Teen
more teens now say they prefer texting to talking to other people in person, and they admit smartphone apps are waking them up at night and distracting them from homework, the. Believe it or not, smartphone use can be beneficial for teens. Teens use smartphones to connect with peers, seek help on school assignments, and they can even use apps to help them get organized. Although it might seem like teens are constantly connected, many use their devices within healthy. according to research, texting while driving is as dangerous for kids safety as drunk driving. Statistics of teen cell phone addiction the facts about teen smartphone use and driving. 32 percent of teens text while driving and 52 percent of teens talk on a smartphone while driving. according to a recent study, 72 percent of cell phone owners send text messages -- up seven percent from just last year. Too much texting has become what some doctors are calling an addiction. teens try texting with t9 technically speaking - duration 151. Wayne dyers best principles for living a successful life! Mentormewayne - duration 35334. A majority of their lives are spent texting, playing video games or interacting with social media. Users do not often realize that they may actually be developing an addiction to social media. Hence, they may be completely unaware of the ways use has taken over their lives unless someone tips them off about what they are seeing from an outside. leave it to psychologists to label yet another behavior an addiction -- short message service (sms), also commonly known as text messaging (or just plain texting). texting has become the preferred mode of communication for teens, but is it really an addiction? I think that its just like a drug.