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Mobile phones entered the human life in 1980s and since
then have become the part and parcel of the very human
existence. From being a luxury, to becoming
indispensible, mobile phones have covered this distance
rather quickly and ‘smartly’. It is hard to imagine an
hour, let alone a day, without using our mobile phones.
Such continuous use is likely to be associated with
adverse consequences which are being studied. There are
various new terminologies being linked to mobile phone
use; WhatsAppitis, phantom ringing syndrome, phantom
vibration syndrome, to name a few.1,2 Nomophobia is a
recent addition to this ever growing fancy list.