How connected is too connected?

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For many people their smartphone sits close by at all times. Taking a break can be an impossible thing.

"If we can't disconnect how far are we from becoming addicts?" asks Kay Roseland of Richfield.

Stanford even released a study proving as much and even found that 75% of iphone users confess to always having the phone near them, even while sleeping.

The term iphone window is used to describe how someone lost in the iphone screen can seem like they are staring off into nowhere.

"Unplugging is crucial for memory, relaxation and getting back in touch with loved ones," writes Julio Ojeda-Zapata for the Pioneer Press.

Yet others seem more stressed when forced to unplug.

"There were times when people had to print out maps for trips," writes a MacWorld reviewer.

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