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Texting Obsession

by Liubov Edwards  -  November 19th, 2015

Texting Obsession

More and more people are becoming very attached to their smartphones; they are browsing the internet, using social networks and texting. New findings show that obsessive excessive texting can lead to reduce academic performance in teenagers, especially girls. The research shows that teenage girls send and receive an average of 167 texts per day. This sort of communicating for social interaction is very distracting and engage in obsessive, preoccupied thinking, which makes the brain to stop receiving any academic information.

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