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Increased screen time may lead to developmental problems in children, experts warn

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A new study has shown that exposure to Tvs, smartphones, tablets, and video games to physical changes in the structure of the brain, and children; analysis of islam. The Marc Siegel, Fox News medical correspondent and professor of medicine at NYU Langone Medical Center.

You might want to talk to your kids about it.

Recently, the World Health Organization, we do not recommend that parents allow children under 2 to use an item, while children over 2 should only have to spend an hour a day on the line.

In a survey of over 500,000 teens a year in 2017, found that an increase in the number of teenagers suffering from depression due to the increase in the use of mobile devices and tablets. This “screen time” had a worse effect on women, according to researchers at the University of Michigan and the CDC.

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To clearly display the time impact on the development of children and adolescents.

Dr. Pamela Hurst-Della Pietra, is a well-known child development expert, told Fox News there has been a 28 percent increase in mental health emergency department visits associated with suicide attempts in 2011 — the CDC said that the number of suicides is rising by 30 per cent, “more than one-half that of the united states since 1999.

“We’re not saying that we are to have found a causal link, at the moment, but it’s about the fact that we need more research,” Hurst-Della Pietra said. “There is, of cognitive effects [display time], including the retention of learning, memory, impulsivity, and potential for academic achievement.”

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Dr. Gayani DeSilva, a child and adolescent psychiatrist, agrees. She told Fox News that the kids need time to develop properly in their younger years, the excess of screen time from that.

“The brains of children are growing rapidly, and in response to their experiences, and the environment,” DeSilva said. “Their brains are also not be able to distinguish between reality and fantasy. That is why, children, the brain has to react to blue-screens, and the development of systems in response to their own experience as they do on their phone or tablet in the real world.”

This is especially true with video games, ” she said. For young children, as they are on the pitch to play a game of children, but only the experience of the visual stimulus. They do not have the experience, the sound, the feel, or the pain of the attack — and they don’t have the experience of losing a sense of balance.

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“Children are losing out on the development of a lot of parts of the brain and the body, as they are on tablets and phones,” DeSilva said. Indeed, Dr. Hurst-Della Pietra and be able to 2018, a study by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), teenagers aged 13 to 18 years of age experience increased anxiety.

Experts say that teenagers are the problem is related to a continuous equation, so it is not just a development problem or a problem with your perception of reality is correct. Hurst-Della Pietra and said the teenagers are using social media on their phones, constantly comparing themselves to others.

Dr. Nerissa Bauer, a medical consultant for the YourDoctors.Online, told Fox News that the problem is with the display, the time is replaced by healthy habits. Children and teens who are on their phones, and not outside enjoying the summer weather, exercising, or spending time with the kids.

“Parents of children from 18 months to 24 months with introduction of digital media, but they will have to opt for high-quality education and training programmes, and to watch the programming with their child and to be able to provide a comment and answer the children’s questions,” she said.

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In the study, and the statistics tell a clear story: Screen time effects child development. The experts agree — it’s time for the parents to make some very difficult choices to be made.

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