Mobile Phone Syndrome Haunts Majority of Singaporeans

by Savitha C Muppala on  December 13, 2010 at 10:39 PM Lifestyle News
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A Singaporean survey has discovered that most people always feel as if their mobile phones are ringing, when it's not.

Sin Chew Daily reported that a random survey of 50 people found that some 80 percent of them suffered from the mobile phone syndrome.
 Mobile Phone Syndrome Haunts Majority of Singaporeans
Mobile Phone Syndrome Haunts Majority of Singaporeans

These folks would check their mobile phones incessantly to see if they were ringing or if there were any missed calls or messages.

A psychiatrist blamed this syndrome on stress.

"Such people should learn to relax to avoid stress taking over their daily life," the Star Online quoted a psychiatrist.

Doctor also advised sufferers to switch off their mobile phones or avoid answering their phones for a period of time.

Source: ANI

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