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Take more than three selfies every day, then understand the disease

Take more than three selfies every day, then understand the disease

A recent study says that if someone does not fill his mind without taking more than three selfies daily, then he is sure that he is a victim of a disease or infection. This is stated by Nottingham Trent University in London and Tyagarajar School of Management in Tamil Nadu in their studies. Researchers in research have named this selfie disorder as ‘Selfitis’. According to Mark Griffith of the University of Nottingham, who has done research, he has also created the world’s first ‘Selfitis Behavior Scale’ to detect the disease. This unique Behavior School of its kind has been created after a focus group of 200 people and survey on 400 people. According to him, the habits of those taking more selfies begin to be much like drunkenness.

This unique Behavior School of its kind has been created after a focus group of 200 people and survey on 400 people.

Take more than three selfies every day, then understand the disease
Take more than three selfies every day, then understand the disease

According to the study, there are three levels of the disease. In which habit of taking 3 selfies in the first day, but not posting selfie on social media. Second selfie start sharing in social media and third: try to post your selfie on social media all the time. Such people post at least 6 photos a day. Researchers report that people with selfitis often take selfies frequently to recover their confidence, mood, cherish their memories, accept their own acceptance and stay ahead of others.There are three reasons for doing research in India, firstly, Facebook has the highest number of users in India. Second, 60% of the deaths due to selfie are in India. Third, between March 2014 and September 2016, 127 deaths occurred while taking selfies worldwide. Out of these 127 deaths, 76 were in India alone.

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