The concept of the disease went beyond the names we used to hear and know as common diseases such as colds, colds, or the most serious ones such as cardiac arrest, diabetes or perhaps psychological ones, including depression, anxiety and other diseases. Great technology.

The following is a list of these diseases and their causes:

Neck infections

While sending messages and telephone conversations, head tilt applies up to 27 kg of pressure on the neck, according to spine surgeons.

Prolonged use can lead to pain and inflammation of the neck muscles, a medical condition that has come to be known as the "text neck" in reference to the body of e-mails that cause it.

Australian researchers found this caused some of us to develop additional bone masses at the base of the skull.

Experts recommend trying to look at the phone at eye level and exercise.

"Gaming disorder"

With billions of online games such as Fortnite and PPG and the addiction of gaming addiction to mental health problems, the World Health Organization recently classified gaming disorder as a formal mental health problem.

People affected by it give priority to video games over their other daily activities.

Symptoms include lack of sleep and neglect of social life, and affects up to 10% of players.


The term "phobia of inability to use a mobile phone" or "nomophobia" is included in the Cambridge Dictionary of Meanings, and refers to the concern caused by the inability to use a mobile phone "NO MObile phobia".

A survey conducted by YouGov found that 53% of phone users suffer from anxiety without their phone devices, sometimes causing panic attacks.

A study published in the Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology in Britain found that shortening the time we spend on Instagram and Facebook to 10 minutes a day may reduce symptoms over time.

"Thumb smartphone"

A survey found that 43% of smartphone users suffered thumb pain from the use of mobile devices.

All of this repetitive motor activity that we use when beating or typing on our phones can cause numbness as well as pain in the fingers, wrist and forearm.

This can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome due to pressure on the nerves of the area or tendon inflammation.

The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons warns of diseases caused by a mobile device in the elbow due to arm bending for too long while using mobile phones.

Damage can be reduced by regularly switching hands and sending voice messages instead of long written messages.

"Occupational combustion syndrome"

The collapse from workplace stress has become a recognized medical condition according to the World Health Organization.

The term "combustion" has been used for years to describe a sense of physical and emotional disorder, but it has now been recognized as a real medical condition, according to Britain's Mirror.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has added "combustion or collapse" to the International Classification of Diseases, which means it will become a globally recognized medical condition in 2020.

WHO defines combustion as “a syndrome caused by chronic stress in the unmanaged workplace”.

Symptoms include feelings of energy depletion or depletion, anger and fatigue, a sense of aversion to function and tasks, and low professional effectiveness.

Selfie syndrome

It means feeling the urgency of taking selfies and posting them on social media, researchers at Nottingham Trent University have found.

Individuals are considered to have the syndrome if they feel the need to take and publish more than six selfies during the week, and researchers attributed the syndrome to lack of self-confidence.

On the other hand, a study published in the Indian Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care found that 259 individuals died in accidents while taking pictures of themselves, between 2011 and 2017.

Computer Blurred Vision Syndrome

Frequent use of computers for hours in a row can lead to eye strain and dryness, as well as blurred vision.

US research indicates that 90% of computer users, who face screens for three hours a day or more, have experienced one or more of the symptoms.