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Prevalence and risk factors of internet addiction among health science college students in South India


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Author list: Christopher Amalraj Vallaba Doss, Syed Mohamed Sadath, Amro Hashash, Abdulrahman Alzandi, Palanivel R. M., and Mohsina Bano
Publisher: Madurai J K Welfare and Pharmascope Foundation
Publication year: 2020
Journal: International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences
Journal acronym: IJRPS
Volume number: 11
Issue number: SPL4
Start page: 2556
End page: 2563
Number of pages: 8
ISSN: 0975-7538
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Scopus ID: 85103116432
eISSN: 2581-9143


The commonness of Internet Addiction (IA) among well-being science undergrads has not been accounted for utilizing a huge example. To explain the genuine status of addictive Internet use among well-being science undergrads, this examination meant to assess the commonness and the hazard variables of IA and in danger IA among well-being science understudies in south India. This cross-sectional investigation studied all well-being science undergrad workforces in Kattankulathur Prefecture, a country zone in India. Qualified members included 1165 understudies' students (533 men and 632 women). Members finished a poll on their exercises and factors identified with Internet use. The pervasiveness of IA and in danger IA was 24.7% and 26.8%, individually. Besides, game playing was demonstrated to be Internet action most firmly connected with in danger IA. This examination demonstrated that around 27% of well-being science undergrads in an urban/provincial region in India are in danger of building up a dependence on the internet and that utilizing the internet for game playing is identified within danger IA. Our outcomes propose that well-being science understudies ought to be told to utilize the internet appropriately and rouse to a valuable path for study and information purposes.


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