Effects Of Electronic Gadgets On Kids Brain’s 4

In our previous articles, we have already looked at how electronic gadgets tend to have a negative impact on kids. Whether its aggression, violence or even a kid being rude, we have shown electronic actually do have some negative effects when it comes to kids. In our final article on “Effects Of Electronic Gadgets On Kids Brain’s 3” we will be taking a look at how electronic gadgets can cause tantrums in kids. 

Electronic Gadgets Tend To Cause Tantrums

Over the year’s there has been one word that has been used by a number of parents and that is “iPaddy”. Before moving forward let us first familiarize ourselves with the term “iPaddy” and what it means exactly. This word is used in most cases by parents so as to describe a tantrum that a kid caused when an electronic gadget has been taken away from him/her. A study that was commissioned by Pixmania, an online retailer, showed that 8 in 10 parents that have children that are aged between 14-years and below, said they took gadgets from their kids as a means of punishment. Due to the fact that the kids have been so much attached to the gadgets, they tend to throw tantrums. If you are a parent and do not want your kids to one day throw tantrums then it is advised that you start monitoring how your kid uses electronic devices. You can be able to do this very easily by re-assessing how many times your kids use electronic gadget before they eventually get too attached to them. 


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