Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Sonali Chaurasia, Nidhi Agrawal, Pawan Kulkarni, Pawan Kumar Sharma
Background: - Humans are surrounded with vibrations”. Vibrations can be detected by sensitive skin mechanoreceptors, but our conscious awareness of their presence is generally limited. In quiet places, users place phones on vibration mode to retain access. Using the electronic devices in vibration mode frequently, one may create the illusion that the device is vibrating when it isn’t. This phenomenon is called as “phantom vibration syndrome. Stress is proportional to the phantom vibration syndrome, according to the recent studies. Phantom vibration syndrome can cause sleep problems in some people which further affects the daily living. Methodology: - Three hundred sixty-three sample data was collected with the help of questionnaire that they were suffering from phantom vibration syndrome in a self-structured questionnaire. Data was analysed with the help of SPSS version 20.0. Result: - A survey study on phantom vibration syndrome was conducted using questions survey methods, against which 400 responses were recorded that compared the activity of students and the faculties. On assessing Spearman’s correlation coefficient, between these variables, we obtained the following, Correlation b/w Addiction+ Attention deficit, and Addiction+ Over – vigilance, Addiction+ Worsening mental health, and Attention deficit+ Anxiety, Over-vigilance+ Worsening mental health. Conclusion: - After the result and discussion the study showed positive impact on use of smartphones by revealing increase in Anxiety, over- vigilance, attention deficit, emotional disturbance during classes. Hence the present study concludes, Phantom vibration syndrome is more prevalent in the current scenario and thus it is important to educate people about phantom vibration syndrome.
Phantom vibration syndrome(PVS),Attention-deficit ,Anxiety ,Over-vigilance, Emotional disturbance
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