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英国四岁女童玩iPad上瘾 需接受精神治疗

英国四岁女童玩iPad上瘾 需接受精神治疗

分类:资讯   更新:2014/1/21   来源:网络

英国四岁女童玩iPad上瘾 需接受精神治疗

Receiving treatment at the Capio Nightingale Clinic, London, the toddler is said to have become increasingly distressed whenever her parents moved to take the iPad away. Medical help was sought after the girl’s withdrawal symptoms did not improve. 这个孩子目前正在伦敦的南丁格尔诊所接受治疗。据称,每当孩子的父母从她这里拿走ipad时,她都会变得极度抑郁、不高兴。因为小姑娘的戒断症状一直没有好转,所以不得不寻求医疗帮助。
    英国四岁女童玩iPad上瘾 需接受精神治疗
    Britain’s youngest iPad addict hasn’t even started school yet. That’s right; a four-year-old girl is currently undergoing therapy after becoming obsessed with playing games on her iPad.
    英国最年轻的“ipad上瘾症患者”竟然还没有开始上学。是的,你没有看错!一个四岁女童沉溺于在ipad上玩游戏,目前正在接受治疗。
    Receiving treatment at the Capio Nightingale Clinic, London, the toddler is said to have become increasingly distressed whenever her parents moved to take the iPad away. Medical help was sought after the girl’s withdrawal symptoms did not improve.
    这个孩子目前正在伦敦的南丁格尔诊所接受治疗。据称,每当孩子的父母从她这里拿走ipad时,她都会变得极度抑郁、不高兴。因为小姑娘的戒断症状一直没有好转,所以不得不寻求医疗帮助。
    Dr. Richard Graham, the girl’s psychiatrist, said: ‘In the year running up to contacting the clinic, the parents noticed her use of the iPad was escalating. She was using it three to four hours every day and showed increased agitation if it was removed.’
    理查德·格拉汉姆是这个女童的精神科主治医生,他表示说:“在女童的父母联系诊所之前,他们发现她使用iPad的时间越来越长,每天都要玩3、4个小时。而且如果拿走iPad,她就会变得烦躁不安。”
    According to Dr. Graham, parents should strive to keep iPads and similar devices out of reach of infants, believing that: ‘Children see all the pretty colours and they will want to use it too. ’
    根据格拉汉姆医生的建议,家长们应该尽量不要让婴幼儿接触iPad以及其它类似电子产品,因为他认为“当孩子们看到丰富多彩的颜色时,他们也会想要使用”。
    ‘There are concerns that toys and dummies are being replaced by the likes of iPads and smartphones, but children are not at a level of maturity to deal with such advanced technology. They can’t cope and become addicted, reacting with tantrums and uncontrollable behavior when they are taken away. Then as they grow older, the problem only gets worse,’Dr. Graham told The Mirror.
    “值得关注的是,现在玩具和娃娃已逐渐被iPad和智能手机之类的电子产品所替代,但是孩子们并没有成长到可以接触此类高科技产品的阶段。他们无法控制自己,会对此类产品上瘾。而且一旦不让他们继续玩,可能会导致诸如发脾气之类的无法控制的行为。当他们长大后,问题会变得越来越严重。” 格拉汉姆医生告诉《镜报》说。
    The UK’s first technology addiction programme was initiated by Dr. Graham three years ago. It’s designed to deal with those who become irritable when deprived from their device. Motivation for creating the treatment programme came from a concern over the compulsive qualities of games available on iPads and smartphones.
    格拉汉姆医生在三年前发起了英国首个科技上瘾治疗计划,这个计划是为了治疗离开自己的电子设备便会急躁易怒的患者。发起这个计划的动机,是出于对由ipad和智能手机的游戏引发强迫症现象的忧虑和担心。
    Dr. Graham worries that this is not the only case of iPad addiction among young ones. It comes just after a five-year-old boy managed to cost his parents £1,700, by purchasing various add-ons for a game on the iPad.
    格拉汉姆医生担心这并不是唯一一个青少年ipad上瘾症的案例,此前曾有新闻报道称,一个5岁男童成功地让自己的父母花1700英镑在iPad上买了一个游戏。

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