..He bit the inch of the mobile! 12-year-old boy can’t sleep, police also explained, parents are helpless! | A 12 year old boy is addicted to mobile phones and cannot sleep at night without a mobile, Aurangabad

The mother also sent the child to his aunt to get rid of the addiction. But even there, the boy persisted. Eventually, his aunt got bored and sent him back home, police said.

..He bit the inch of the mobile!  12-year-old boy can't sleep, police also explained, parents are helpless!

Aurangabad: Already, the growing trend of young children towards modern technology, including the coronation of children, has left children with no choice but to use mobile phones. In the last one and a half years, the use of children’s mobiles has increased tremendously and parents are also worried about the problem of mobile addiction in their hands. A similar pattern has emerged in Aurangabad. A 12-year-old boy cannot sleep without a mobile phone in his hand. His parents tried hard to break this habit. But they have not found a solution yet.

The habit has intensified for a year and a half

The couple lives with their son and daughter in the Beed bypass area of ​​the city. The husband works as a security guard in a private company. The wife works for a private company. The couple has a daughter, Baravi. So the little boy is in the sixth. Schools have been closed for the last one and a half years. So this boy studies online. It was during this time that he became obsessed with mobile phones. His parents explained to him in many ways to reduce his madness. But it has no effect.

Irritated, irritated if mobile is not given

According to a complaint lodged by the parents with the police, the boy has a mobile phone in his hand for 24 hours. He sits quietly only when he picks up the mobile. Otherwise irritates, cries. He hits the front with whatever he can get his hands on. The parents lodged a complaint with the city’s Damini squad, hoping for some improvement if the police threatened them.

Also sent to aunt to cure addiction

The mother also sent the child to his aunt to get rid of the addiction. But even there, the boy persisted. Eventually, his aunt got bored and sent him back home, police said.

Damini team reached an understanding

The mother of the 12-year-old, who is addicted to mobile phones, called the Damini squad and expressed her grievances. Accordingly, a team of Damini Squad Sub-Inspector Suvarna Umap, Police Naik Nirmala Nimbhore, Asha Gaikwad, Sakshi Sangamwad, Sangeeta Dandge visited the family home. The team made sense of the boy. Taking him into confidence, he also explained the dangers of mobile. However, the police are also skeptical about how much it will improve.

We need to find a solution by studying how addiction is growing

The help of a psychiatrist is sought for counseling of many children who have gone on a mobile diet. Children can have different types of addiction. It is now addicted to mobile chat. They are willing to do anything to complete this addiction. So children will have to study the reasons why they are attracted to mobile and find ways to end their addiction. Children’s condition needs to be treated gently, says Rashmin Anchaliya, a psychiatrist in the city.

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